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treillage

A trellis support for vines or espaliers.
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Peto's gardens draw upon an eclectic mix of French treillage, Classical antiquity, renaissance villa gardens and lush Japanese-inspired tree and shrub plantings.
Interior designer, gardener and author Bunny Williams, above, who started her career at the august decorating firm of Parish Hadley, and partner John Rosselli have created Treillage, an Upper East Side mecca for beautiful garden furniture and accessories.
The three new collections -- Charmont, Treillage and Tuillerie -- are all 230 count and feature colorations that range from latte and ivory to gray and white, but nevertheless work together.
Another new department is Treillage, a branch of Bunny Williams' and John Rosselli's Manhattan garden shop.