Terra Trellis Blog
Growing up instead of out saves space in tight urban areas; garden structures like arbors and trellises can create drama and a sense of seclusion, or bring height and depth to small spaces.
Your garden is gorgeous, but is it making the best use of vertical space? Space-saving structures like garden tipis utilize centuries-old architectural elements and remain one of the best ways to preserve and protect climbing plants and vines while creating an eye-catching, sculptural effect in the garden.
We are proud to introduce our new silver finish we call “zinc". A lustrous, diamagnetic metal, zinc is found in all living organisms and is the 24th most abundant element in Earth's crust. Inspired by zinc’s timeless quality and usage, our namesake powdercoat finish is of a medium silver hue with a rich, mercury-like patina. The silvery finish of the trellis reflects the ambient light and elements of the garden. Read More>
Since we last wrote about our Bee Bungalows and offered ideas to nurture native pollinators in the landscape, we noticed an uptick of interest and sales of our feeders and bungalows. We are thrilled that awareness is growing as to the importance of native birds and bees frequenting backyards and public gardens. Read more >
We’ve come to expect a lot from the French: a chic sense of style, impeccably executed food, fine wine, and an envious lifestyle. But garden design principles?
After several years in the making, we couldn’t wait to debut our most recent trellis designs, the Annabel Tipi Trellis and the Geo Tomato Cage, at Dwell on Design in Los Angeles. This was our third year exhibiting at this giant design event, the ultimate indoor/outdoor playground for people sourcing modern living products, innovations, and ideas.
As a large part of the nation continues to be blanketed in snow, we here on the West Coast are reminded of our easygoing climate, year round planting opportunities, and perpetual state of renewal. But there’s something to be said for the unique beauty of winter’s dormant nature as the soil quiets itself in a slumbering stillness.