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  • n. Plural form of trellis.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of trellis.


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  • Those small trees just below the barnyard fence are pears, Bartlett pears, luscious ones! and those vines on the trellises are the Isabella and Concord grapes; some years grapes don't get ripe up here in Maine; but they did last year, pretty ripe, in October.

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  • Hence, now is the time to think about garden structures such as trellises and arbors that can be installed before planting begins.

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  • Its lawn and garden group offers an array of products, such as trellises and arches, to retailers nationwide.

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  • The Company's consumer products subsidiary offers a large portfolio of outdoor living products, including wood composite decking, decorative balusters, post caps and plastic lattice, and its garden group offers an array of products, such as trellises and arches, to retailers nationwide. Digital 50 Daily Industry News RSS Feed

  • You could almost hear the flowering vines climbing their trellises.

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  • His latest work, Starchitect, picks up where Cardboard Palace left off, dividing ArtSway into grottos, with a starry firmament of cardboard trellises framing ornate reworkings of tat shop finds.

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  • Outside will feature "growing walls," or trellises, allowing for vertically growing plants, such as grapes, to snake up the side of the apartments.

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  • These are impressive rows of youngvines, well spaced and groomed with thick trellises anchored so securelythat it looks like a ragingtornado would leave theplants intact.

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  • The block-size park replaces a parking lot with a slightly rolling lawn of built-in seating and shapely trellises for bougainvillea.

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  • Large signs attached to garden trellises and decorative iron latticework inside the Colonia reinforced the message with pious declarations like “Supreme Judge, We Await Thee” and “We Withstand the Pain for the Sake of Dignity.” ...

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