How to use trellis nets to maximize garden space and outputAbby Guild
Spring is fast approaching, and in warmer areas, it’s almost time to begin planting outside! We suggest setting up a trellis system to maximize your garden space and give new seedlings space to grow and thrive. Here’s how:
To build support for climbing vines such as beans and peas, begin by securing two sturdy poles on either side of your planting area. Fasten one side of our Trellis/Plant Support Netting to the first pole with staples, nails, or lacing. Stretch the netting to the second pole and fasten.
To build an A-frame support for squash, cucumbers, melons, and other ground vines, secure two sturdy poles. Using Poly Line, connect from the top of the first pole to the second. Next, drape our Trellis/Plant Support Netting over the line and secure its bottom edges to the ground.
Our Trellis/Plant Support Netting has a life expectancy of 5+ years, so you can feel confident in the longevity and quality of your plant support system. It is easy to handle and doesn’t tangle like other large open mesh netting, making this product ideal for home gardeners and commercial applications alike.
We love to see how our customers use our products—for a chance to be shared on our website, social media, or in our newsletter, tag us on Instagram @americannettings or email us your photos at email@example.com. Thank you to Pure Peonies in Everson, WA for sharing this photo of our netting in action at their flower farm!