Horizontally-oriented classic basic form, inspired by the trellising rows of fruit trees (free-standing wire frames on poles- 0050). Also frequently used for low areas like building bases... also for walls, garages, etc.. Not compatible with creepers which need vertically orientated systems. Many variations-- see below. Please also refer to the tips we provide in the climbing plants section for support in choosing a suitable climbing system (see also the charts at the bottom of each plant profile).
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Our pre-assembled kits are suitable for all wall types, with the exception of walls with external insulation, cladding, and thin-walled concrete elements. Alternatives can be put together in all cases.
Height x Width: max. ~1.2 m x 3.2 m (1.2 m x 4 m for heavy / massive kits). Distance between the horizontal ropes: usually only 25 -30 cm (vines) or 35 cm (roses). Trellis base: ~0.5 - 1.5 m above the ground.
Variations: For trellises higher than 3050, system 5020 is an inexpensive alternative with one less cable. 4040, 4030, and even 5040 are suitable for larger widths, in each case horizontally-rectangularly installed. With more wires, mounts and cross clamps, the basic form 8010 can be easily expanded, but at a max of every 1.5 m (every 1.8 m with heavy/massive styles) a 'rope bridge' made of two mounts and two cross clamps should be provided for support. Individual horizontal cables such as 1060 are also possible.
Installation: as shown in the diagrams; please also refer to the mounting tips (click in chart above). For free standing walls, etc., wall mounts with a distance of less than 30 cm distance from the wall crown or wall edge should not be fastened with anchors (rawl plugs/dowels), but attached with composite mortar (expansion pressure-free anchoring).
Vine Training: See diagrams. Mostly "vineyard" training (R 01). Small horizontal-cordons are also possible, angled on one side or double-angled, i.e. "forked" (R 02). With longer cordon arms and greater planting distance (R 03), only one vine is needed, but it takes 1-2 years longer to build up.