Your houseplants have a lively new place to thrive! We’re thrilled to introduce you to the Bloom Bungalow Window Box + Trellis, a special TerraTrellis collaboration with Chantal Aida Gordon and Ryan Benoit of The Horticult.
Terra Trellis Blog
One of our favorite design trends is container edible gardens which we have seen pop up everywhere in our neighborhood in Los Angeles and around the US. We design many of our trellises specifically to be paired with containers and are excited to share some tips for how you can start a beautiful container garden of your own.
One of the most delicious (and non guilty!) pleasures of summer is biting into a sweet, juicy tomato plucked fresh off the vine right from your own edible garden. All of our Terra Trellis designs are used as sculptural, super strong tomato supports, creating living works of functional art in edible garden.
Hundreds of brightly colored butterflies flutter all around, looping through the air and alighting on inviting plants and flowers inside the Butterfly Pavilion at the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History. People of all ages and walks of life are equally fascinated (and captivated) as they wander through the recurring and immersive exhibit—which now houses four of our arbors and trellises!
Imagine walking through a tunnel of vine-draped arbors dripping with cherry tomatoes, surrounded by hues of purple and white echinacea, all while breathing in the intoxicating fragrance of flowering basil, lavender and French thyme. Sunset Magazine has created this sensory experience inside their new immersive test gardens.
Growing up instead of out saves space in tight urban areas; garden structures like arbors and trellises can create drama and a sense of seclusion, or bring height and depth to small spaces.
Your garden is gorgeous, but is it making the best use of vertical space? Space-saving structures like garden tipis utilize centuries-old architectural elements and remain one of the best ways to preserve and protect climbing plants and vines while creating an eye-catching, sculptural effect in the garden.
We are proud to introduce our new silver finish we call “zinc". A lustrous, diamagnetic metal, zinc is found in all living organisms and is the 24th most abundant element in Earth's crust. Inspired by zinc’s timeless quality and usage, our namesake powdercoat finish is of a medium silver hue with a rich, mercury-like patina. The silvery finish of the trellis reflects the ambient light and elements of the garden. Read More>