Cucumber and Pea Trellis Kit
Grow peas, cucumbers and more with this sturdy trellis.
Grow your growing space by going vertical with trellis nets. This Burpee design gives you 35 square feet of growing space in a compact area. The kit's forest-green modular steel tubing snaps together easily. Comes with Netting (5" x 5" openings) shown, plus separate black netting, made of long-lasting UV-stabilized plastic netting with 2" x 1 3/4" openings, allowing numerous growing options. Includes spool of twine and tent spikes to add stability.86” W x 60” H
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Order: Modular Trellis Net Kit
Cucumber and Pea Trellis Kit is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 2 out of 5 by longbchdirtbag from Great frame, netting was opposite of great. Decent frame, netting is poor quality plastic, nothing like what is shown in the stock photo. I was expecting a nice sturdy netting but was disappointed by a rolled up piece of plastic that was terribly hard to unfurl. I required assistance to get it unfurled, than discovered that it was not trimmed to specifications that the instruction guide indicated, making it even more difficult to get on. The plastic was so rigid it required stakes to keep the bottom near the ground or it would have just furled up again. And the method of attachment was zip ties. Yes, zip ties. If anyone is looking for a nice trellis, this is not it. Maybe if you are willing to buy the frame and than get some separate netting elsewhere it could be a complete product.
Date published: 2015-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pianogirl from Great Support I just received this Cucumber and Pea Trellis Kit. It is so sturdy and so easy to assemble. Thank you!
Date published: 2015-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by BurpeeGardenExpert from Trellis kit supports the heaviest of vines So many of our customers have asked us for a strong trellis to help them grow cucumbers, peas, beans and other vine type vegetables and flowers that require a strong support system. We designed this special trellis kit to support even the heaviest vines. We found increased yields in less space in our testing.
Date published: 2011-02-10