Word-of-the-Month: Trellis

A trellis is an architectural structure that supports and displays climbing plants and is often used in larger pergola structures. It is made of an open framework or lattice of interwoven wood, bamboo, or metal.

Fun Fact
Trellis types vary from agricultural usage, for climbing vegetable plants, to garden usage, showcasing ivy, garden roses, or grapevines. The style of trellis is dependent on its placement and plant type and was originally intended to support vine stock, which gives it the name greenery bower.


Stahl is erecting trellis shade structures for the poolside of The Carlyle’s newly renovated rooftop patio. The building’s renovation is expected to be complete in June 2020.