The Delphi Planter/Pot Trellis provides an elegant and secure way to add plants to your outdoor space. The planter trellis is designed to be placed in pots or planters, providing height to plants and giving them room to grow. This trellis is a perfect way to add a touch of nature to your outdoor space.
Delphi Planter Trellis With Ground Stakes
-- WHAT CAN THE DELPHI PLANTER TRELLIS BE USED FOR?
-- These unique panels are specifically designed to be used in planters and pots!
-- Small size allows for easy transportation to your desired location.
-- Sturdy 1/2” thick ground stakes that run up the entire backside of the panel for ultimate strength.
-- Can be used in any location to add style and transform your landscape.
*** Size: Please contact me if resizing is needed. Prices vary based on size.
Standard Size: 22X11", 20X10” (inches)
Ground Stakes: 8" Length - 1/2" Thick Diameter
Thickness: 14 Gauge
Paint: No (We can quote you a price for painting)
All Products Made-To-Order
Proudly Made In U.S.A
Please Note The Following:
Material: Our products are constructed of raw .14 gauge American Steel. The steel has a natural patina that may include darker spots in certain areas. The color of the steel is typically a darker gray/blue mixture.
The steel is not finished or coated unless requested, if exposed to moisture the natural steel will produce a rustic patina over time. The price for powder coat is listed below:
$90 Flat Rate Per Screen
We don't match exotic colors. If you would like to move forward, we will then send a custom invoice with the charge included. Many choose to paint the screens themselves. If this is desired, rust resistant paint can be picked up at any major store including Lowes, Home Depot, Walmart, or ordered online for usually a few dollars a can. Rustoleum or Krylon brand is the recommended choices for do-it-yourself painting.
Ground Stakes: The 1/2" solid steel ground stakes are welded to the backside of the panel in a fixed position. You may notice a small "heat spot" on the front of the panel, opposite of the tack weld. This ensures that the weld has penetrated the steel and that the stakes will not break off. We try to keep these heat spots to a minimum but they aren't completely avoidable. This is rarely an issue but I feel it should be addressed.