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Vegetable Trellis 59" (2/pk) - GP9000

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Enchanting new garden design.

What an incredibly attractive and functional plant trellis. These delightful supports are not only attractive but they add much needed height to your garden beautifully displaying your cucumbers, beans, squash, peas, tomatoes and vining flowers.

With a strong wide stance these wooded plant trellis are designed to maximize your garden growing area, keep bugs off your plants, and utilize the limited space on apartment decks, raised beds, and planted pots.

In early spring these trellises can be used as a cold frame. Set this trellis up in your garden, cover with clear heavy plastic. Start seedlings early, then when the time is right plant directly in the ground.

Folds flat for easy winter storage.

Made of high quality Douglas fir that with minimal care will last for years to come.

Arrives unfinished/earth friendly. Some assembly required. Easily assembles with philips screwdriver and wire nose pliers,

59 inches X 13.5 inches X 1 1/2 inches folded flat.

Proudly Made in the USA.


  • Item Model Number: GP9000
  • Shipping Dimensions: 59.5 x 4 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds

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