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Thursday, April 23, 2015

Best Plants for Wrought Iron Trellis

A wrought iron trellis can be the perfect item to provide visual interest and make maintenance easier in your garden area. Trellises can be placed against walls, on patios or used in combinations to make shaded arbors for friends and family to enjoy in warm weather. Trellises can hold both greenery and blooming flowers to create a beautiful area to enjoy the outdoors. Wrought iron is strong enough to provide good support for the heaviest of vines. A number of plants can be used to grow on wrought iron trellises, such as:

Climbing Roses
Roses are one of the most traditional plants for growing on trellises. They provide a relaxed and romantic look that harks back to the past. Climbing rose varieties need to be trained to grow on the trellis. These plants are generally hardy from U.S. Zone 8 to Zone 5. but may need to be covered during colder months. Place the trellis in a sunny location for best results.

The large, colorful blooms of the perennial clematis vine grow well on trellis structures. These plants can grow to 10 feet long, and thrive in sun or partial shade. Clematis is hardy in U.S. Zones 4 to 9 and comes in a variety of colors.

The thick, blooming clusters of flowers of wisteria are a natural for wrought iron trellises. These vines grow in U.S. Zones 5 to 8, but grow best in warm climates. The large flower clusters offer fragrance and color to garden areas.

English Ivy
A natural climber, English ivy grows well on iron trellises. It requires little maintenance beyond training the vines to wrap around the material. Ivy can tolerate dense shade so you can place your trellis anywhere your garden needs a bit of visual interest. Ivy is hardy in U.S. Zones 4 to 9.

If you are one of the many gardeners who have wanted to try your hand at growing grapes, a trellis can provide a good support structure for your vines. Grapevines are hardy in U.S. Zones 5 to 8. Vines can grow to 20 feet long. Grapes require intensive maintenance if grown for fruit, but will produce some fruit along with the greenery if given minimal care. A wrought iron trellis is sturdy enough to hold the woody, heavy vines of grapes as they mature.


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