|Assembled Depth (in.)||1.5 in||Assembled Height (in.)||60 in|
|Assembled Width (in.)||20 in|
|Assembly Required||No||Color Family||Browns/Tans|
|Frame material type||Wood||Hardware Included||No|
|Outdoor Living Product Type||Trellis|
A: The trellis is flat.
A: Not sure what type of plants you need trellis support for (clinging plants/ivy, flowers vs say vegetables pole beans/tomato plants) as that will determine the best trellis for your needs but, my understanding is that a barrel trellis like this one is usually ideal for placing in a large planter for some variety of climbing plant. This particular trellis is flat and not convex. I am using it unconventionally to hold small hanging pots containing herbs to keep them above ground level and safe from the neighborhood pets.
A: It is flat.
A: Very easy to use , perfect wood and design. My grape fruit sits well on it
A: I believe a Barrell is the shape of the upper part, could be named rectangle for all I care. It is fat and the two stakes at the bottom are slightly tapered to aid in pushing it into the ground.
A: This is great for our crawling plants and vines. This has a 20” wide and 36” tall frame with 12 5” x 8” grids.
A: The stake portion measures 24 in. long, while the grid portion measures 36 in. long.
A: Genevieve, the size of the squares are 7 ¾ inches X 5 ¼ inches.
A: 20 inch wide approx and total about 4 feet tall