The Many Advantages of Trellis Fencing


Now that the clocks have gone forwards, home-owners are migrating to their gardens to soak up the extra hours of warmth and sunlight. Whether your garden provides you with a secluded escape from reality or a place to entertain guests, it’s important that your outside space reflects your personality as well as your practical needs.  Incorporating trellis fencing into your garden achieves both of these aspects all in one...

Garden trellises are both practical and beautiful. As well as complementing your garden aesthetically by decoratively growing foliage or displaying an edible garden, incorporating a trellis into your space is a stylish way to create privacy and a great alternative to traditional fencing. Trellis’ can also be used as a garden partition to separate your space into different areas and also to conceal unsightly aspects such as bins.

At The Garden Trellis Company, we offer many different styles of panels, in a variety of different colours, ranging from the classic trellis design to the more contemporary slatted panels, to suit everyone’s styles and requirements. Our materials are FSC accredited and sourced from Scandinavia, Russia, South Africa, America, Chile, New Zealand or Australia and made to the highest quality at either a bespoke or ready to buy service. 

Classic Trellis Panels 

Contemporary Slatted Panels 

Coordinating your garden accessories with your trellis can also create an organised and unanimous feel to your space.  At The Garden Trellis Company we are also able to create bespoke pieces that range from benches, planters, barbecue stores and more to match the design of your garden.

If you are planning a project and would like to discuss your requirements with us, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01255 688361 or email [email protected].

If you would like browse through our products, click here to download our brochure.

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