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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.
In April 2006, the museum contacted WUDPAC regarding the conservation of its early 20th-century Treillage Loggia Murals by Tiffany Studios' James Wall Finn.
For the true nature enthusiast, Treillage's leather-covered Coleman coolers and thermoses are bound to make one at home with the great outdoors, even in an apartment on the 90th floor.
Conversely, using only one type of hedging or treillage as both frame and backdrop to a vista will shorten the appearance of the distance because the background merges with the foreground material.
"Single-carrier dependency is analogous to having your entire 401K in a single investment," said Deb Mielke, principal, Treillage Network Strategies, Inc.