Trellis Choices

Obelisk Trellises

Obelisk trellises are best for gardens that are stand-alone or need an open feel.  

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Panel Trellises

Panel trellises are perfect for gardens that are grown against a fence or when a divider wall is desired. 

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Arch Trellis

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Garden Edging

Stone or Block Edging

Stone and Block Edging provides a strong border along the garden area.  

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Steel Edging

Steel Edging provides a clean, thin line around the border of the garden area.  Steel may rust over time.  

 

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Gravel

Gravel provides good drainage for the garden area and makes it cleaner to access.  

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Walkway

Stepping stones can provide easy access to the garden.

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Additional Planting

Boxwoods on the border, fruit trees, Bay Laurel

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