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DIY Trellis for Maximum Garden Returns the TRILLIX Way

DIY Trellis for Maximum Garden Returns the TRILLIX Way
In today's article we are going to break down how to build your own trellis for maximum returns and how we designed our trellis to give you the freedom to interchange into different trellises. Did you know that there are only two main ways you can trellis plants? They can be trellised in a horizontal fashion parallel to the ground or vertical fashion growing up away from the ground. 

What is the best support material to use with my trellis?

What is the best support material to use with my trellis?
What is the best material to use to support my growing vines? Are there more than one? What is better and why? We are sure at some point you have thought about experimenting with different materials in supporting your plants growth. In this post we are going to discuss the three materials that you can use to trellis with, how they differ, and why you might want to use one over the other. 

Where Can You Trellis?

Where Can You Trellis?
Any plant that grows larger than 24 inches can benefit from being trellised. Trellising will help that plant grow big, grow strong, and make growing easier for. So where can you trellis? Anywhere really. You can build a variety of trellis to match your growing style. Trellises work well in traditional ground gardens or raised beds. You can construct trellis on a deck or a pot to help aide the growth of your plants to healthy full harvest. In our previous post we have discussed how to build a trellis the TRILLIX way in being able to have the freedom and creativity to interchange or try different trellis methods.