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Forest Garden Square Pressure treated Trellis panel (W)0.61m (H)1.83m
- Ideal for supporting climbing plants on walls or fences
- Guarantee - 15 years
Features and benefits
- Pressure treated to extend the product's lifetime and protect against both fungal and insect attack
- Made using responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber
- Fixings sold separately
- Easy to install
Health and safety
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Does the job
Sambo123 - 9 days ago
Looks good and great for growing grapes up. We fixed a couple of these onto our pergola
Appallingly poor item
Jeff777 - 1 month ago
This trellis is made of very thin battens, forget climbing plants up it, if a pigeon landed on it it will fall to pieces. All these items should show the size of the timber used in construction.
Now I have to figure out how to get it to my local branch in a small car, otherwise I’ve just wasted my money.
B & Q. You need to up the quality of your goods it’s been in decline for last few years.
I’ll be buying elsewhere in future
It is a trellis
Anonymous - 9 months ago
I bought this in the hope that it was a trellis. It looked like a trellis, felt like a trellis, and when I took it to the till, appeared as a trellis.
I can confirm that it is a trellis.
If you want a trellis, this is one
lyndzi1 - 1 year ago
This trellis is honestly not fit for anything but the tip. Thin slats, full of cracks, splits and filthy and very unlikely to last minutes. Looks like it's been sitting in an open yard for years. Had to give 1 star on ease of use but wanted to give none as won't be using.Will be returning for sure.
Functional for its purpose, but poorly built.
Tara3 - 1 year ago
Functional for its purpose as a very basic trellis, but poorly constructed with misaligned staples (some protruding), insufficiently stapled sections. Some timber sections have holes where notches were in timber sections.