Ways to Use
The four-sided tower is the strongest arrangement possible.
One or more plants can be grown on this arrangement.
Height is virtually unlimited.
Stretch out the parts you have by building an open tower.
Building an L-Shaped tower is sturdy enough for most plants up to 36" tall.
As the trellis grows, add more parts to the base in order to strengthen the structure.
Some plants are strong enough on their own to build a tall trellis without many parts.
Growing this way combines the strength of the plant AND the trellis.
Each pack will give you enough parts to build a 13" or 26" four sided tower (1x1).
The parts can be split up into multiple trellises of varying heights and arrangements.
Great for These Varieties
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From Adansonii to Deliciosa, most varieties of Monstera will need a trellis at some point in their life. Constant support will prevent stems from growing "leggy".
Support your plants early in their life for the tightest growth.
Leaves at the base of a Philodendron are often covered up by new growth. A trellis lifts up the leaves to spread out the light.
The smooth edges are complimented by the brutalist angles of a hexagon. No matter the variety, Philodendron always look lush on a Super Trellis.
Fast growing plants like syngoium can really be a handful. These plants really need to grow vertically in order to increase foliage size.
We find it best to frequently prune these plants at the top to stimulate new growth from the base of the plant.
Growing large leaves on Adansonii or Deliciosa is a challenge. These plants grow rapidly and will grow smaller leaves with each new node if not supported.
Starting small with a trellis pictured above will set you up for success down the line. As the plant grows, add on to the trellis as a corner or tower.
A personal favorite here at Super Trellis HQ.
Slow growers during one half of the year, but wild reachers during the other. Hoyas will grow stems until they find strong support. Once they're wrapped up tight, leaves will bloom rapidly.
The "Mini Monstera" often ends up as a long thin vine with small leaves. With proper support these plants can grow dense with surprisingly large leaves.
Check out some of our other content on the success we have had in our greenhouse with this species.
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Quick Start Assembly Guide
Step 1: Unbox
Eco packaging that is compostable, tears open easily.
Open one at a time to keep parts organized
Step 2: Insert Base
Base parts allow you to fit your trellis into any size pot.
Removable stakes accommodate sharp angle planters.
Step 3: Build Structure
Hexagons snap onto each other to create a freeform honeycomb trellis.
Build around your plant to support each leaf. As the plant grows, it will consume the trellis.
Step 4: Flaunt Growth
Snap some photos or take your plant around the block for a walk.
Don't be bashful, you've accomplished something amazing!
All the parts you need to build your first trellis. Or second, third... fourth?
Available in three different sizes to accommodate plants of any age.
Add on more hexagons as plants grow.
20 colors are available to compliment your plants or decor.
A great way to contain the most unruly varieties.
Build a two or four sided tower for the best results.
Parts to suit specific growing scenarios.
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