If you can keep the kids from scaling them, trellises are the first step toward creating a landscape lush with flowering and climbing vines. With a little forethought and minimal effort, you can transform any ordinary front or backyard into a verdant, park-like setting. In fact, even before your vines and ivies grow and blossom, trellises come in a variety of attractive styles to deliver immediate visual appeal.
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On grape trellis, rose trellis, mandevilla trellis, and other relatively delicate plants, it may be to your advantage to plant seedlings. These vines are more vulnerable to adverse weather conditions such as frost, wind, and rain than most vegetable trellis. While you may be paying more up front for seedlings and tending more closely to the vines as the mature, the resulting beauty is well worth the investment. Imagine the exotic feel of a landscape filled with grapevines, or strolling across a backyard blossoming with roses and mandevilla. These delicate pleasures are all within reach. It all starts on the simple foundation of a trellis.