Green Wall Cable Trellis Systems

Stainless Steel Cable Trellis Kits For Self Assembly

Green Wall Cable Trellis Kits

Stainless Steel Cable Trellis Kit

Example kit shown 3ft x 3ft

(larger kits are supplied with respective number of components).

1ft 6" Spacing

Cable Trellis Kits

Available Options Hub Spacing Total Hubs Total Cable Cable
(inch)
Code Price (ex VAT)  
3ft x 3ft Trellis Kit 1ft 6" 9 18ft 1/8 CTK-11 POA
6ft x 3ft Trellis Kit 1ft 6" 15 33ft 1/8 CTK-21 POA
6ft x 6ft Trellis Kit 1ft 6" 25 60ft 1/8 CTK-22 POA
9ft x 3ft Trellis Kit 1ft 6" 21 48ft 1/8 CTK-31 POA
9ft x 6ft Trellis Kit 1ft 6" 35 94ft 1/8 CTK-32 POA
9ft x 9ft Trellis Kit 1ft 6" 49 126ft 1/8 CTK-33 POA

1ft Spacing

Cable Trellis Kits

Available Options Hub Spacing Total Hubs Total Cable Cable
(inch)
Code Price (ex VAT)  
3ft x 3ft (1ft) Trellis Kit 1ft 16 24ft 1/8 CTK-11-13 POA
6ft x 3ft (1ft) Trellis Kit 1ft 28 45ft 1/8 CTK-21-13 POA
6ft x 6ft (1ft) Trellis Kit 1ft 49 84ft 1/8 CTK-22-13 POA
9ft x 3ft (1ft) Trellis Kit 1ft 40 66ft 1/8 CTK-31-13 POA
9ft x 6ft (1ft) Trellis Kit 1ft 70 123ft 1/8 CTK-32-13 POA
9ft x 9ft (1ft) Trellis Kit 1ft 100 180ft 1/8 CTK-33-13 POA

Green Wall Cable Trellis

The 'Green Wall' stainless steel cable trellis system is made up of a quick-witted stainless steel cable 'hub' that allows the crossing and partial stressing and tensioning of cables to pattern trellis sections. Kits range from 3 ft x 3 ft up to 9 ft x 9 ft

Made In Britain

Garden Cable Trellis

Green Wall Cable Trellis Installation

Designed to be unobtrusive and highly practical, the cables can be run horizontally and vertically to create a perfect trellis grid or you can use a combination to create a trellis system suited to your own needs.

Our ready sized kits come with all the components pieces required to install a beautiful system that is perfect for creating a green facade, ideal for reinventing and adding style to walls and buildings.

The Green Wall Cable Trellis Kit Consists of:

  • Green Wall Stainless Steel Hubs
  • 1/8 inch 7x7 Stainless Steel Cable
  • 3 inch (No.12) Wood Screws
  • Plastic Cable Caps
  • Allen Key

The Essential Partner

Hand Held Cable Cutter

Strong carbon steel blades for a neat & tidy cut.

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Ready Sized Kit Layouts:

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FAQ

Stainless Steel Green Wall Trellis Installation

Plants and Spacing?

Vigorous climbing plants (e.g. Vitis, Wisteria) will cover an area nicely with the lattice squares spaced at 1 ft 6 inch, however if you are planting less vigorous climbers (e.g. Lonicera, Clematis) it may be an idea to specify the smaller lattice squares of 1 ft.

Hub Spacing Options?

Our kits come in a choice of 1 ft 6 inch or 1 ft lattice square spacings.

What is included?

All kits come with all the component parts for immediate installation: hubs, wire, screws, plastic cable caps and allen key.

What if I want a different design?

It is possible create design variations to suit your own needs using the component parts. Please call us if you would like to talk about bespoke sizes or any aspect of your particular design ideas...

... narrow spaces, fan shapes, L shapes, even entire building sides.

Stainless Steel Green Wall Trellis

DIY Installation Advice

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How to install the S3i 'Green Wall' Wire/Cable Trellis System


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An overview of DIY installation tips and advice.

The stainless steel 'HUB' is the key component to the wire trellis system; the hub allows the crossing and tensioning of the wires to form the lattice shapes required to support any planting for your finished trellis.

These hubs are mounted to the wall surface using the 3 inch wood screws supplied which will pass through the central hole of the hub and into the wall or mounting surface.

The hubs will be spaced according to your particular design. However, careful consideration of the plants is vital. We don't recommend a spacing of more than 1 ft 6 inch even for the most vigorous of climbers, e.g.Vitis. For moderately vigorous climbers such as Clematis, we would recommend spacings of 1 ft.

It may be a good idea to layout your design onto the relevant surface with chalk prior to drilling any holes. You don't need to rigidly stick to exact dimensions, take the brick
spacing into consideration for instance.

You will need to drill holes into the mounting surface and insert a plastic anchor to suit the 3 inch (No.12) wood screw.

If your plants are particularly heavy or the overall size of the trellis area is very large we might suggest filling the hole with a chemical bonding agent, although this would probably only be required in very ambitious schemes.

Removing the central screw from the hub allows you to screw the hub onto your mounting surface. Secure your hubs to the wall ensuring the holes are in alignment with each other.

Once all hubs are secure insert the central tightening screws loosely, so you can start to run your cable through.

You are now ready to start threading the cable. We recommend you do not cut to final size until all the cables are in place and secured.

We recommend using a Hand Held Cable Cutter. You can cut the cables with a hacksaw but we don't recommend it as the cable may fray. Please remember to start with cables cut slightly over length. Start with the horizontal cables and pass them through the hubs, these will remain in place without any tightening. Once these are in place, begin to insert your vertical cables working from an outside edge of the lattice, as you pass through each hub hand tighten the central screw. Leave about an inch or so protruding from the outside edges.

Once all the cables are in place and hand tight, you can then start to tighten with the allen key, work from the outside edges, sequentially, into the middle. When you are tightening the central screws the cable is pushed into the barrel of the hub thus creating the cable tension between the hubs.

When you have finished tightening all the hubs the cable ends can be cut to size. Then attach the plastic cable caps to the bare cable ends on the outside edges.

The caps are tight fitting to enable a good grip onto the cable and therefore will require a degree of patience. One tip is to widen the opening of the plastic cap by inserting the tip of a pencil to open the gap slightly just prior to placement.