A trellis is a framework typically made of interwoven or intersecting pieces of wood, bamboo, metal, or other sturdy materials, designed to support and display climbing plants and shrubs. Often used in gardens, landscapes, and agricultural settings, trellises can take various forms, including flat panels, curved shapes, or intricate patterns, and serve both functional and decorative purposes. They provide a stable structure that allows plants to grow upwards and can help maximize space in small areas. Trellises also aid in increasing plant exposure to sunlight and air circulation, which can contribute to healthier growth and higher yields of fruits or flowers. In addition to their practical uses, trellises can be crafted into artistic designs, contributing to the aesthetic appeal of the space they occupy.

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