Product details: The Burghley Wrought Iron Trellis
The Burghley Wrought Iron Trellis, which is available to buy online using our user-friendly online shopping facility, measures 44 x 201 cm and comes as standard in black, although other colours are possible too. Included in the price are the four hooks needed to attach the garden trellis to the wall with a 10-cm gap between trellis and façade. Screws and fasteners are the only things you need to purchase on top.
The inspiration for the wall trellis
This striking metal wall trellis is named after Burghley House, a stately home in Lincolnshire, England. One of Burghley House’s notable features is its highly decorated façades. These opulent but orderly decorative elements are echoed beautifully in the elaborate yet strictly geometric design of the Burghley Wrought Iron Trellis.
The rectangular wall trellis features two sizes of squares as well as three circles, which break up the structure’s otherwise straight lines. This wonderful wall-mounted trellis is thus not only an ideal growing support for various climbing plants but also extremely attractive in itself. It works particularly well in a group, such as one on either side of a window or a grouping of three wall trellis panels hung symmetrically on a wall.
A touch of British elegance
Garden decoration in England is often romantic, rustic, sometimes even endearingly over the top. With the Burghley House Wrought Iron Trellis, you can bring a touch of British elegance to your own garden. To the experienced eye, the high-quality craftsmanship of this wall trellis is impossible to miss. It is sublimely elegant, even when viewed from a distance.
Choosing the perfect plants
With the right plants, the Burghley Wrought Iron Trellis will become a stunning piece of wall art that will change with the seasons. Your choice of climbing plants and flowers will turn this metal garden trellis into a personalised piece of garden decoration, so take the time to consider what you want to grow up it. In doing so, don’t limit yourself to just roses – and perhaps consider growing something different each year!