Wooden trellis panels are incredibly versatile, and can be used for adding screening and privacy to outdoor spaces, supporting climbing plants, creating attractive wall features, and more. We also have trellis fences which can be used as contemporary alternatives to traditional fence panels.
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As the name suggests, these consist of a trellis lattice within a square frame. These are ideally fixed to a garden wall for plants to climb up or used as a garden divider. Also, you could fix these to the top of a garden wall to add height without restricting the view. These panels are an elegant way to screen off a shed or kitchen garden and integrate well with our arches and arbours.
These panels are similar to our square top trellis panels but feature a curved top. Curved styles can add design flair to your garden, and they make great garden dividers.
The vast majority of our wooden trellis fences and panels for sale include free of cost delivery to the vast majority of UK mainland postcodes for orders over £100. You can use the postcode checker for each product for further details.
As well as the obvious choice of adding trellis fences to help avoid being overlooked by neighbours , there are many other benefits, some of which we have summarised below.
Trellis panels enhance the appearance of a garden while also improving the functional use of available outdoor space. Adding styles like lattice trellis fence panels provides a decorative feature and elegant finish to a garden, which when complemented with flora and fauna definitely adds character!
Garden trellis is perfect to support climbing plants such as clematis, honeysuckle, ivy, jasmine, nasturtium, roses, sweet peas, and an amazing variety of other plants too. The trellis also often makes it easier for pollinators to gain access to flowers and pollen. In addition, the extra space for plants improves ventilation, which reduces disease risks (particularly fungi-related)
Add partitions and garden screens to larger outdoor spaces through garden trellis screening. This can often give an illusion of additional space and can separate gardens for various purposes (e.g., sports, sunbathing, vegetable patch, etc.,) Additionally partitions can be used to hide unsightly areas such as bins, compost areas, manhole covers, etc.
For added privacy, consider an extra layer of low-cost trellis screening. The wooden privacy trellis layer is a partial barrier, which can be filled in over a period as climbing plants fill the trellising space
As well as using trellis fence panels for privacy and screening, garden trellis also adds security. If security is an issue consider adding climbing plants with thorns at the top of the trellis (e.g., bougainvillea, firethorn, roses, etc., This will add an extra layer of low-cost security and further deter intruders (especially as garden trellis is difficult to climb over)
Protect your outdoor space from the sun by adding privacy trellis screening. Garden trellis can add shade by placing it in front of a window, to excessively sunny seating areas and to areas where you have shade-loving plants
Why choose Shedstore, here are just some of the reasons:
Absolutely, yes. Many vegetables and fruit will love using your trellis in much the same way as climbing plants do. Vegetables such as cucumbers, marrows, peas, runner beans, squashes, and fruits such as grapes, melons, and berries (e.g., blackberries, gooseberries, raspberries, strawberries) can successfully be trained to use the trellis. Trellising reduces "crop rot" on the ground, makes harvesting easier (as not at ground level) and also avoids unintentional trampling of the crop.
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