Standard Lattice Wall Trellis Panel
Designed & Manufactured in the UK. 10 year structural guarantee.
The Harrod Standard Lattice Wall Trellis Panel uses 3mm thick steel wire lattice that is zinc plated and powder coated matt black to be maintenance free, weather resistant and 10 year structural guarantee More information
The Standard Wire Trellis Panel has been designed to support climbing plants such as roses or clematis to create stunning floral displays on garden walls to create a beautiful link between house and garden.
The welded mesh wire panels are manufactured from zinc plated steel wire which is high temperature powder coated in a matt black finish. The durability of the trellis gives it many advantages over wooden trellis, with no maintenance required and comes with a 10 year structural guarantee.
Simply fix as many panels as you need side-by-side to achieve your floral wall display. The panels fix esily to the wall using the brackets and fixings supplied. The brackets hold the trellis 25mm from the wall to encourage air flow and also allow plenty of room between the wire trellis panel and the wall to allow the plants to freely twine around the lattice.
- Designed and Manufactured by us in the UK
- 10 year structural guarantee
- Trellis measures 50cm/1ft 7" Wide x 1.15m/3ft 9" High
- 3mm thick steel wire lattice
- Zinc plated steel rod
- High temperature powder coated for long life
- Maintenance free welded mesh panel
- Easy to secure to garden walls with brackets & fixings supplied
- Brackets keep trellis 25mm from wall
- Allows air to circulate - reducing humidity
- Room for plants to freely twine around panel
A vast improvement on our wooden trellises. Looks good quality, and easy to attach to wall. (As long as you can drill holes on a level line! Not easy on pebble dashing.) Another review, possibly for a different size, says screws weren't included - they were on mine. Design wise I was surprised that the trellis just hooks on to the wall brackets so could be lifted off or moved by plant growth, being knocked (although the trellis is quite heavy) or theft (unlikely!). I've put the lower brackets on upside down so that the trellis is positively located. It's not going to take much weight and even with all the brackets the right way up the weight would probably only be on two of them. Time will tell how the finish fares in our coastal environment but it looks good.