- v. present participle of trellis.
“Then there is the "trellising" style, for the long-pruned varieties, in which the vine is trained to a great distance along a wire.”
“Unfortunately, I've been in a lifetime struggle -- between rabbits, guinea hens, and trellising solutions, I've only once really gotten the output for the effort I put into them.”
“Look at that even spacing; look at the trellising," he said, staring down row after row.”
“At the American History Museum's Victory Garden, Joe Brunetti raised 11 varieties of antique beans this year, most of them climbing types that need trellising.”
“Favas are easy, they're delicious, they don't need trellising.”
“And because heirlooms generally grow on big "indeterminate" vines, more supports and trellising are required.”
“That much only, fists and blossom forged by salt, trellising your wounded helixes against our days.”
“Joe has devoted one bed (2 by 12 feet) to three varieties, dozens of individual plants given order (here's the secret) by trellising.”
“New World winemakers are trellising their vines and grading the understory to regulate humidity, compensating for drought.”
“My favorite parts were about pruning and trellising--perhaps because as an amateur gardener I really enjoyed the discussion of exactly how vines are trained.”
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