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      WFT-60  Flex Fan Trellis                                                   

Our willow fan trellis is self standing are constructed with natural willow sticks. Use them for on top of planters or over climbing vines and roses. They will add another dimension to your garden design.  Foldable and can be stored away easily when not in use.

Excellent as support for plant support or decoration around your garden. Our fan trellis opens to 30" wide at the top when expanded to 60"high.

Key Features

  • Willow fan trellis offer support for climbing vines.

  • Ornamental and practical in your garden.

  • Different designs and sizes to suit your needs.

  • Put them over your favorite planters.

  • Expandable to various width and height.

Pricing & Purchase







Willow Expandable Fan Trellis

$7.85+ shipping

12"W x 60"H




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