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Model #822232

8 ft. x 3 ft. Stainless Steel Wire Rope Plant Trellis Kit

  • 8 ft. x 3/32 in. stainless steel wire rope
  • Six 39-1/2 in. horizontal cross members
  • Eight 2-1/2 in. wall spacers
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Product Overview

This Vigoro Wire Rope Trellis is a beautiful modern update on the traditional plant trellis. Made with stainless steel components to stand up to the elements outside your home. It's designed to support your favorite vine or plant on any wall. The rows and columns can be configured in several ways.
  • 8 ft. x 3/32 in. stainless steel wire rope
  • Six 39-1/2 in. horizontal cross members
  • Eight 2-1/2 in. wall spacers
  • Can be used on wood, masonry, and concrete walls
  • Invigorate your lawn or garden with a wide assortment of exclusive Vigoro products. Click here to learn more.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.5 in
Product Height (in.)
96 in
Product Width (in.)
39.5 in

Details

Color/Finish
Stainless
Landscape Supply Type
Plant Support & Protection
Material
Stainless Steel
Plant Support Type
Trellis
Returnable
180-Day

Questions & Answers

4Questions6Answers

Can this be mounted to the wall using a type of caulk or silicone in lieu of the screws?

Asked by NG August 7, 2020
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Answer

For proper installation of the trellis kit we recommend using the hardware included with the kit.

Could this be mounted on the Horizontal eg 8ft wide & 3ft tall?

Asked by Andy July 5, 2020
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This wire rope trellis can be mounted horizontally or vertically to suit the area you have available.

I am thinking of using this free standing in the ground. Does it come with anything to hold it u...

Asked by SandySpring April 12, 2020
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This product was designed to be fastened to a wall, it does not come with any products to support it free standing in the ground.

Does it attach away from the wall?

Asked by Johnnie January 16, 2020
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Answers

Yes, stands out roughly 2-3 inches from the wall

Customer Reviews

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Looks great, well designed and easy to install with the correct tools. I cut the cross bars in ha...
Looks great, well designed and easy to install with the correct tools. I cut the cross bars in half and make 2 thinner trellis.
by Cdea7818
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I got this trellis kit to help my plants, I did do a modification adding a base board anchored ...
I got this trellis kit to help my plants, I did do a modification adding a base board anchored into the ground and tying the top connectors to the fascia of the top eave and running the trellis down to the anchored board, did not like having to make that many drill holes into the brick on the side. If you have wood siding very easy to install, with brick lot of drilling since their are 4 brackets. Reason I used an anchor board staked into the ground,
by Sparky1011
This trellis kit looks great and was really well thought out. I haven’t installed it yet since pl...
This trellis kit looks great and was really well thought out. I haven’t installed it yet since planting season has ended but after ordering it and inspecting the included pieces I’ve been very pleased. Everything is very well made and the whole thing will be a breeze to install. The kit is completely modular so it can be adapted to almost any area, wide small or tall
by Eddie
Three hours of my life wasted putting together a product that was far more difficult to install t...
Three hours of my life wasted putting together a product that was far more difficult to install than a trellis should ever require. The kit has a lot of parts. I installed the product into a brick wall. For this application it requires a 7/64 masonry bit which is not a standard size in any masonry bit kits I have ever purchased. So I had to use a 3/16 bit and ream out the holes for the anchors. Since the mounting brackets are made of metal there is no flexibility for the screw holes to be slightly off. This unfortunately happens with masonry drilling as the blocks have an uneven surface and the bit wanders. The end result was cracking of my masonry blocks as the screws tried to force their way into the slightly off center holes. The next phase involved cutting the stainless steel wire rope to size and attaching to the tensioners. Yet another poor design as some of the wires would slide loose in the tensioner while tightening. The worst part of the entire installation was the plastic caps and the metal rods. The instructions say to install the clamps on the wire rope first then slide the metal rod through the clamps. First of all, the clamps are extremely difficult to press onto the wire rope. After trying my fingers I ended up having to use adjustable pliers which scared the plastic clamp and cause the wire rope to pull loose from the tensioner leaving some slack instead of tightness. Second of all it is nearly impossible to push the rod through four clamps. There is just too much friction. After the first rod I ended up putting the clamps on the rods first then attaching them to the wire ropes. As I mentioned, this was far too much work and the entire process was frustrating. I cannot recommend this product.
by RJJ21
Everything needed to install this trellis kit is included (except some tools). Two small wrenche...
Everything needed to install this trellis kit is included (except some tools). Two small wrenches are included to tighten the wire rope. A ratchet with a 10mm socket makes tightening the tensioners a little easier. Once I removed the instructions from the packaging, I was pleased to notice that I could snap the packaging back together. This prevented accidently losing some parts while I prepared the site for the trellis. The wire rope comes precut. The instructions say you must have 98” of space to use the full wire ropes. I did not have 98” of vertical space, so I mounted the trellis horizontally. The clamps that hold what normally would be the horizonal rods are tight enough to hold the rods vertically. There is now space above the trellis for a second trellis once my plants gain some height. I glued 2x4s to the wall, instead of mounting the spacers directly to the block wall. Fortunately, I planned on installing the spacers in the center of the 2x4s. One detail in the instructions confused me. If you do not have the required 98” of space, you are instructed to cut the cable two inches less than the distance between the centers of the two supporting spacers. Another part says that if you want to use the full wire ropes you must have 98” between the centers of the spacers. I installed all the spacers with 98” centers before I inspected the wire ropes. The wire ropes sagged a lot. Then I learned that the wire ropes are 98” long, which requires a distance of 100” between the spacers to have the wire ropes straight. Instead of cutting the cables, I had enough room on the 2x4s to reinstall all the spacers with 100.25” between centers. The instructions say to drill 5/64” holes for the screws to hold the spacers. The core of the screws is about 1/8”, and they are very tight in a 5/64” pilot hole. I was installing in wood, so during the reinstall of the spacers I drilled 1/8” pilot holes. The screws were definitely tight enough in the 1/8” pilot holes. I learned my lesson and fully installed one wire rope before installing the next. I was finally satisfied with an uncut wire rope installed with a distance of 100.25” between the spacer centers. I had to grind a small burr off the end of one of the wire ropes. The way I went about it, it took about four hours to install the trellis. That did not include the few days to allow the glue to cure between the 2x4s and the wall. The instructions told me to snap the clamps on the wire rope then slide the rod into the clamps. The clamps are very tight on the rods. I found it easier to slide the clamps on the rods first. I put some grease on the rod and slid the clamps onto the rod using a hammer to tap the rod with the clamp against a vice. It was then easy to slide the clamps to where they needed to be and snap the clamps onto the wire rope using a pair of pliers. I should have measured where to place the clamps on the rods before snapping them onto the wire ropes. It would have made the finished product line up better with the edges of blocks in the block wall, but the plants don’t care. The trellis is a great addition to my garden. I envision the wall completely covered with vines. This has been a goal for long time, and this trellis makes it possible. I was wondering how to make a trellis look good without having it rot away. The stainless-steel construction of this trellis solves that problem. If I hadn’t put it on 2x4s the trellis would be hard to see except for its shadow. Once it is covered with vines it should be very well hidden.
by gebhere
I must begin with the fact that this is the first product from vigaro that I have ever had a prob...
I must begin with the fact that this is the first product from vigaro that I have ever had a problem with. There are a large amount of parts. Some are very good while others just didn't work for me. The screw heads stripped out on at least 4 of the screw. The anchors for masonry were really small. The parts that connect the rods to the cable needed to be redrilled larger and the cable does not fit the slot. There are no extra parts in the kit. I used a wood frame. My picture shows the completed trellis built on pine boards. It will get painted gray to match the house but I'm thinking the trellis would not show up in pictures because of gray on gray.
by Passenthrough
This stainless steel trellis is designed to be attached to a vertical surface. It does require quite a bit of assembly, including precise measurements to insure there is adequate roping. And there are A LOT of parts. Considering it is made of stainless steel, it should last a long time and not be subject to surface degradation like other materials. It’s too late in the season for me to use it this year. I plan on building a frame to mount it on for use next growing season.
by DONNA
This is a strong trellis. The trellis is designed as a wall crawler and can be set for a wide sp...
This is a strong trellis. The trellis is designed as a wall crawler and can be set for a wide spread or tall. I used it as a crawler for the garden to grow beans and peas. The wire rope is substantial and can hold a large plant. Really like thick cable. The adjacent SS Steel rods add strength. The fittings for vuilding the grid are excellent. The grid is almost 4 by 8 and can be divided into other combinations of size. I will use it for a planting in the wall of the garden. The stainless steel is of high quality and the grid will last a long time. Comes with basic wrenches to build the frame.
by pjsmithres
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Easier to assemble than expected, looks nice....
Easier to assemble than expected, looks nice.
by HomeDepotCustomer
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