Add a little something extra to your yard with the Passionflower. This design looks great supporting flowering vines or left bare as a landscaping accent. A decorative spear finial sit on top of this classically inspired pyramid that forms this garden structure.
The concept for this obelisk came about following a request from Samara Clark, near Braidwood NSW. Her garden, designed by Michael Bligh & Associates, included a water feature flanked by a pair of pillar roses. Her brief was to design a free-standing frame sturdy enough to support the vigorous growth of this type of rose,
The original Pillar Rose was customised here by Lynne from Geelong and the concept of this trellis evolved. We tapered the uprights to a point and crowned them with a basket style finial. This has resulted in a robust structure ideal for any climbing or trellis rose such as the Graham Thomas or the fragrant Madame Isacc Pereire.
For increased stability the frame is anchored to the ground with four barbed earth anchors.
As a variation to the conventional "tripod" style of obelisk the Quad provides a four sided shape made from 12mm round uprights and 10mm spacing rings. The obelisk is crowned with any of any one of our wrought iron finials. This one is shown with the Willow finial at its peak.
The Iron Style Banksia Rosette trellis is a contemporary interpretation of a traditional ladder trellis design. All Iron Style trellises are designed to be fixed to the wall with anchor hooks so they can be easily removed to allow for painting or maintenance.