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  • Good Product
  • March 30, 2012
  • Recommended Product

I put this up by myself attaching to two stakes, it went up really easy. I was very pleased. My pole beans are just now starting to climb, but I feel this will hold nicely.

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Lee1

deer, ar
45 to 54, Female
19 out of 19 people found this helpful
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By: Lee1
  • This string garden trellis is suitable for light weight climbing vines, sweet peas and other vege...
  • December 05, 2017
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This string garden trellis is suitable for light weight climbing vines, sweet peas and other vegetables. I had difficulty attaching the end cords provided at each cross string because there was only 1 cord approximately 3" long to tie to a pole. Preferably, it would have been better to have a double string longer in length so you could make a better tie around the pole you are using to hold it in place. Instead of trying and struggling to tie the single string which unravels easily and slips, I cut lengths of twist ties and was able to secure each joint of string so it wouldn't slip. The cord is made either of rayon or nylon and is strong, but I don't know the number of seasons you could get from this product and would consider this a seasonal item that you would probably discard in the Fall.

Pros Strong Cons cords not ample size to attach to pole, tangles easily

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Hobbyist

New Jersey
65 or over, Female
12 out of 12 people found this helpful
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  • Best thing I can say about this product is this: It works! I use it to control the growth of my '...
  • December 20, 2017
  • Recommended Product

Best thing I can say about this product is this: It works! I use it to control the growth of my 'creeping' vine blackberry plants. It's been so long since planting, I can't recall the actual name of this variety of blackberry plant. Being able to direct the growth allows me to emplace flowers precisely where desired. Think of this product as a sculpting tool for your plants.

Pros Easy to Install, Functionality, Great Quality
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GrandpaTome

Colorado Springs
45 to 54, Male
8 out of 8 people found this helpful
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By: GrandpaTome
  • December 06, 2017
  • Recommended Product

I decided to pick up some of this Vigoro sturdy garden support when I saw it come out because I've been making my own version of a string trellis out of twine. My homemade version works okay but it’s time-consuming to build and isn't really reusable since once you get cucumbers growing on it for a few months, it gets too tangled up to reuse. I haven't actually used this Vigoro in the garden yet; I am reviewing my first thoughts and impressions, since I received it in November and nothing is growing. FEATURES/PROS *Very nice feel to it *Perfectly packaged. It came out of the bag folded in a way that it wasn't tangled at all *Great size: I will probably be able to put two or three cucumber plants on this one pack of sturdy garden support *Fairly priced *It feels like it will be a huge time saver next spring, instead of me making my own which is what I have been doing the past few years *Reusable I don't see any cons as of yet I definitely recommend this product. It’s a cost-effective upgrade for my Spring garden. 5 out of 5 stars

Pros Durable, Great Quality, Multi Use

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GrowingDude

va
18 to 24, Male
7 out of 7 people found this helpful
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By: GrowingDude
  • they're fine but for the price I was hoping for...
  • November 28, 2018

they're fine but for the price I was hoping for something a little bit sturdy or a little easier to put up. These are just a mess of it saying stuff in a bag and they're a pain in the asss to string and because they're so short if you have any kind of garden they are going to need to stream multiple ones together and it just ends up being a huge pain in theass. I wouldn't buy these again I would probably go online and find sofmething that's longer.

AndyPandyPuddinPie

7 out of 7 people found this helpful
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By: AndyPandyPuddinPie
  • Simple sturdy
  • May 23, 2017
  • Recommended Product

Great little product was easy to install and very cost effective. My delicate bean vines are very happy with the sturdy yet soft climbing surface will definitely be using this product again. They are holding up well and will probably be reusable for next seasons garden.

Veggieho

6 out of 6 people found this helpful
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By: Veggieho
  • The material was light and sturdy. I just wished...
  • April 22, 2017

The material was light and sturdy. I just wished they made those step in place posts 5 ft high! But we made it work.

Blinded

4 out of 4 people found this helpful
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By: Blinded
  • Garden trellis
  • July 25, 2017
  • Recommended Product

A good product in economical price which can handle the weight of cocumber plant

OzmanMalik

4 out of 4 people found this helpful
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By: OzmanMalik
  • This is a great basic trellis for cucumbers or other climbing plants with tendrils. The rope appe...
  • April 02, 2018
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This is a great basic trellis for cucumbers or other climbing plants with tendrils. The rope appears to be nylon and pretty thin, but it holds up. All around the trellis are tie-offs to attach it to stakes or a fence, etc. I dont see this lasting me multiple years and given the price, I will probably just get a new one for next year. Overall, if you need a basic climbing trellis, this will fit the bill. If you need something fancy for flowers, try a wooden or metal trellis.

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SteveVA

25 to 34, Male
3 out of 3 people found this helpful
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By: SteveVA
  • Nice n easy...
  • June 11, 2019

Nice n easy

Justin

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By: Justin