Corner trellis – Lattice is a piece of wood or plastic sheets made of thin pieces of ribbon, or wood. By installing pipe spacers between the wall and the lattice space is provided for plants are wrapped around the network and remains the plants adhere to the wall itself. Cut a length of copper or PVC pipe sections. Use a handsaw. You will need a separator for each corner, and one for the center of each side, for a total of eight spacers. Keep the trellis to the wall. Use a pencil to mark where the nails will go on the network. Make a mark at each corner trellis and one in the center of each side.
Place the grid on the floor and drill pilot holes through the marks made on the network. Drill pilot holes through the marks on the wall, too. For brick walls, drill pilot holes with a masonry bit and install a coat of masonry in each hole. Keep the trellis against the wall so that all pilot holes line up. Place the first spacer between the network and the wall. Drill a screw through each holes lattice, through the spacer, and the shield wall or masonry, from the upper left or right. Secure the three corner trellis, then the sides.