A: The 2 metal stakes hold it in place, so yes it is a stand alone trellis
A: yes in the ground, if a heavy plant to go on it you might want to put some pins on it into the ground
A: Yes, they can be displayed as a single or in a grouping.
A: Yes, they are. They are not real tall but perfect for small climbing plants
A: Sturdy already in use
A: The usable height goes from 31 inches on the end to 42 inches in the middle. The top of the fencing is an arch.
A: About four feet.
A: The bottom legs are 4.5" long, so the above ground height would be about 44 inches.
A: one piece
A: It is one piece
A: this is 1 piece, solid well made
A: One piece
A: One piece
A: It is one piece.
A: Single.. .. all metal 1-piece complete unit ! (no assembly needed or required -- actual item exactly matches image here as shown)
A: It comes as one piece.
A: Mine came as one piece.
A: These come as one piece and you cannot stack them. If you need taller trellis, Vigro makes these also.
A: We have had soooo much rain in Georgia and I do not have any rust. If you already have it in place, I would use steel wool and remove the rust and see if Home Depot will give you a big discount on a can of rust proof spray paint and repaint the area. If not, ask for a refund.
A: Clean good and get some spray paint for metal with primer (Krylon works great). Spray lightly, couple coats and it will keep like new for years! I do with all my metals, plastic etc.
A: I remove them in the fall and touch up any missing paint with Rustolum
A: I'd recommend cleaning the rusty areas with a fine wire brush, and spray painting them with a rust inhibitor paint. It is an unfortunate fact that iron-bearing metal objects will at some point oxidize into rust, so prevention is the only way to postpone the oxidation by application of a rust deterrent.
A: Many good suggestions & tips already given here. May also try using a type of liquid rust stop (acid base) solution using a tiny craft / modelers brush on rusted area, after doing some initial clean-up scuffing of such rusted areas. Further option after any complete re-painting of trellis, could always spray a final Clear topcoat over entire trellis. I suggest spraying a small area somewhere unseen on the backside first, or some other painted object you may have, and see whether you like the once dried end result.. .. ..always read All directions / prep instructions pertaining to any applied refinishing product intending to use !
A: I would spray with a sealant clear coat or spray paint and then clearcoat
A: Brush and apply color coordinated rustoleum
A: I have several of these types of trellises. I spray paint the entire thing every year or two with rust resisting spray paint. Scrape the rust off or down to a minimal layer for best results. You will never completely stop all rusting. But the metal will last many years with this little bit of repainting. May need to do it every year for 2 or three years. But then the paint builds up and rusting slows down in the future
A: you really can't stop the rust... the best you can do is to take a small wire brush, brush out the rust and then repaint in those areas.. the joints are probably short on paint anyway...
A: Sometimes the orange in the joints is from dripping water from outdoor fixtures at the store. If there is still rust after cleaning the item, you could do what other users have suggested and add a coating of rust-resistant paint to the trellis.
|Brand||Vigoro||Arcadia Garden Products||Achla Designs||Vigoro|
|Name||48 in. Metal Pot Trellis||Emerald 48 in. x 10 in. Metal Trellis||64 in. Tall Black Powder Coat Heart Garden Trellis||72 in. Metal Cypress Fan Trellis|
|Assembled Height (in.)||48 in||48 in||64 in||72 in|
|Frame material type||Metal||Metal||Metal||Metal|
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