- v. Simple past tense and past participle of trellis.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having a trellis or trellises.
“We'll work those plans out to-morrow Also, there is the matter of berries on the bench here -- and trellised table grapes, the choicest.”
“Besides the wide open spaces, our eyes are drawn to the two-floor party patio, trellised backyard, and a downstairs art gallery space.”
“The trellised vines are much easier to harvest because the vines are trained on wires and most of the grapes hang down and are accessible.”
“We will harvest trellised and goblet trained vines.”
“She also built a two-story guest house with a wooden deck and outdoor entertaining spaces including a sunken fire pit, a gazebo and a trellised patio.”
“Birds sang in hidden gardens and the perfume of trellised vines came wistful from arbours his grandfather had reared.”
“In the American History Museum Victory Garden, a single vine has crawled along more than 25 feet at the back of the rows of trellised veggies.”
“They asked questions of a handsome, black-eyed man with curly gray hair, who talked to them in a German accent, while a cheery-faced woman smiled down at them out of a trellised high window of the Swiss cottage perched on the bank.”
“When we picked the grapes they were trellised and even then there were bunches that were hard to find.”
“Just a few years ago, Patricia Kluge was well on her way to creating her own little version of what she called "America's Eden" on her vast acreage of rolling green hills and trellised grape vines southeast of Charlottesville.”
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