Want to show off your favorite climbing plant? A trellis planter offers a beautiful solution for vining plants in your home -- or out on the patio.
Rolling Planter with Trellis and Self Watering System puts your gorgeous container garden anywhere you choose. Simple design allows your climbing plants to shine -- and adds privacy for your patio, too.
Crafted of weather-resistant polyethylene
Built-in 2-1/2 gallon reservoir keeps your plants watered even when you're away
Caster wheels make it easy to move your planter, and they lock to keep it secure
You'll enjoy the ease of this mobile planter. Use it for your climbing bougainvillea, roses, clematis -- or a tall plant that needs support.
Put the Jardin Pot Trellis in a big pot -- 14-inch or larger.
You'll love its elegant hourglass silhouette, inspired by the gardens of France. Its timeless style will enhance your container garden, too.
Made of powder-coated steel, it'll stand up to the elements. But, its graceful lines add a captivating dimension to your indoor climbers as well.
Perhaps the easiest solution for vining plants, the Achla Designs Spiral Trellis shows off your plant in classic form.
Made of durable cast iron, its finished with a black powder coating to resist rust. Display your trellis in a pot indoors or out. 42"H x 8"W x 8"D
The Sunburst Lattice Planter Trellis (shown at left) has an elegant design that will look sensational for years to come.
Made of maintenance-free vinyl, it'll stand up to harmful UV rays. You can be sure it will never fade, crack, peel or rot. Never needs painting, staining or sealing to keep its good looks.
Plants that climb hold onto supports with their aerial roots or twining tendrils.
Climbers need help from you to hold onto a trellis.
Training the stems is easy to do by tying them in place with string, wire or twine. Carefully weave each stem onto the trellis, tying it in place where necessary. Tie stems tightly enough to hold them in place, but take care not to cut into the stems.
Reusable Plant Ties are the easiest I've found for tying stems to a trellis or other support.
Durable, self-gripping tape is soft enough to hold the most delicate flower stems, yet strong enough to hold up heavy tomato vines. No more struggling to tie knots in hard-to-reach places.