Move Your Trellises
Do you have a vision for your garden or other outdoor living space and need it to be moved into a different location? If it doesn't include one or more trellises, you could be missing out on a classic, attractive, and very affordable way to add beauty and ambience to your new location and outdoor space. And practically anything can serve as a trellis, whether you use an old ladder or a structure made specifically for the purpose. The garden trellises we move at midnightsting.com are carefully moved with our Outdoor Furniture & Specialty Garden trucks. Your full ranges of trellises are shipped across the nation. We also provide custom trellis-work for a wide range of residential and commercial clients in the area.
Check out the benefits of garden moving a trellises with us...
Create an Attractive, Living Barrier within Your Space
Adding trellises is a great way to add partitions and barriers in an attractive way. Trellises can be used to either divide your garden into specific areas, enclose your outdoor space partially or completely, or to provide additional cover along an existing partition such as a fence or a wall. The plants grown on a trellis are not only a way to provide privacy, but can also shield an outdoor space from animals and wind. Having a trellis can also allow you to have plants in your space that may not have previously done well via other means of growth or cultivation.
Thanks to Hawk Movers for helping us move our equipment from Dallas to Fort Worth Texas.
Discover Vertical Vegetable Gardening with Trellises
A trellis doesn't only have to be for the flowers in your garden; it can also be used to cultivate healthy fruits and vegetables. We don't only move trellises, we at Midnight Sting also offer trellises specifically for vegetables and legumes - check out our wide range of bean and cucumber trellises. Trellises are especially useful for those with smaller garden spaces, as they eliminate the need for lots of space. Those vegetables which tend to take up a large amount of space on the ground, such as cucumbers, melons and pumpkins can actually do very well when grown and cultivated on a trellis. Plus, trellis gardening is much easier on your back than the constant stooping required with traditional gardening.