3,283 vine support Landscape Design Photos

Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Ideabooks4,784
Questions5
kind of vine is growing on the wire?
what the vine growing up the trellis?
vines trained in criss cross pattern
shape vines on wall - for garage wall
Pattern for growing vines on a wall.
paving, the vine on the house, the low walls.
Train vines. This is the season of rapid growth. Train vines on support structures while they're still manageable. Ask anyone who’s ever had a rambunctious vine get out of hand and you’ll appreciate the value of doing this task early and often.
Vines were trained in meticulous patterns in the formal
“diamond shape vines on wall - for garage wall” — cynthia717
Secret Gardens
Secret Gardens of Sydney
Ideabooks3,118
Questions4
size: Vining types can reach 30 feet; compact types, 2 to 6 feet tall Growing tips: For top bloom keep the container soil on the dry side. Vines need support to climb; tie branches to a trellis or wall. Prune in spring after the frost. Keep plants bushy by cutting back stringy stems during the growing
Bougainvillea - vine 30ft, compact 2-6ft. Requires trellis. Cut back stringy stems. Dry soil.
size: Vining types can reach 30 feet; compact types, 2 to 6 feet tallGrowing tips: Vines need support to climb; tie branches to a trellis or wall. Prune in spring after the frost. Keep plants bushy by cutting back stringy stems during growing season. For top bloom, keep container soil on the dry side
size: Vining types can reach 30 feet; compact types, 2 to 6 feet tallGrowing tips: For top bloom keep the container soil on the dry side. Vines need support to climb; tie branches to a trellis or wall. Prune in spring after the frost. Keep plants bushy by cutting back stringy stems during the growing
“yes” — storm64cj
Lazar Landscape Design and Construction
12 Reviews
Lazar Landscape
Ideabooks2,314
Questions5
Once the vines are full size and producing, the weight will pull on the posts. Vineyards use an anchor cable at each end. Are the posts cemented in. Is that sufficient to bear the weight. I really want to do this, but the run I need would be much longer.
if the vines have enough space. Thanks!
garden the vines are acting more like a screen for visual interest, the intention is not specifically for fruit production. This garden was built about 5 years ago and each year the vines are pruned and trained on the screen. They are very successful in this case, I will try to add more current photos soon
I like you can train vines onto the fence and the posts are handsome
Love the posts for supporting the espalier
“to grow vines” — suzannelamy
Landscape d.o.o. Slovenia
Flower garden stories
Ideabooks2,033
Questions2
things supporting vines on side of house.
note climbing frame support on shed
Vine supports on shed
climbing rose support idea
Support for vines...mbing vines...climbing vines
“Wildflowers” — sfilby
Karen Aitken
Wisteria on Atherton fort
Ideabooks11,389
Questions4
I like how "natural" this feels, closer to nature, not a duplication of a real house. Vines would be very impractical in our installation, but I like none the less.
Good support for Wisteria, Trumpet Vine, etc
stump with vines for privacy on deck
wisteria vines, a tiny door and a zip line — or maybe you will just close your eyes and dream of pirates and a family named Robinson.More: How to Create a Nest at HomeCreating Nests in Unexpected PlacesStaying Cozy Outdoors
“Wisteria” — jaciross
Nature's Realm
10 Reviews
Secluded Bellaire Garden Landscape
Ideabooks5,766
Questions5
plant vine support
“Love this garden!” — swirlz
Denise Dering Design
1 Review
Landscape Design
Ideabooks349
Questions1
kind of vine is growing on them?
climbing vine on either side of the window ties everything together
house a vine support
nice vine plant "holder"...
containers & vines
“for north side of house?” — juliannamk
Banyon Tree Design Studio
7 Reviews
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
Ideabooks214
Questions0
garden shed supports a fruiting grape vine.
grape vine...Grape vine support
“pergola beams” — darcyjo
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