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Wire Rope Trellis Systems: the 2000 Category

Wisteria on a house in Pegau / Saxony. Why isn't there a greening over the shops door? Probably, because the birds, that tend to sit in the branches, would defecate on the marquee.

Category 2000 features our angled cable systems. The plants can be pulled upwards and then guided horizontally over to windows and doors. The vertical part of the support often serves only to guide the trunk of the plant (usually leafless)... a single cable is sufficient. Roses, vines, and clematis love and even need several parallel cables. Particularly strong twiners (like wisteria) thrive best on single cable systems (entanglement is thus avoided). Some plants, especially volubles, can be difficult to train horizontally (they require increased effort to stay in a horizontal position), in which case angled trellis systems are only partially suitable. Find out more under the sections on Climbing Plants and Planning.

Trellis System 2010

Simple, inexpensive basic shape for small heights / widths

Trellis System 2020

Sturdy basic shape for greater heights / widths. With additional mounts, expandable as desired.

Trellis System 2030

Economical version of system 2050, particularly good for areas with narrow / limited space

Trellis System 2040

Economical version of system 2060, particularly good for areas with narrow / limited space.

Trellis System 2050

Classic basic form for vines over windows

Trellis System 2060

For optimal plant development both horizontally and vertically