Sawn Trellis vs Diamond Lattice Panels
At Southern Timber we use the phrase “trellis” for panels using sawn battens and “lattice” for panels using planed battens. In practice even our trellis is using a smoother batten which appears planed.
Sawn trellis uses sawn battens which are regularised but not as smooth. Edges are more square and the battens are arranged in a square design. This is a traditional and rustic looking garden product. Our Diamond Lattice panels have a more contemporary style. The battens have a smooth planed finish and the edges are nicely rounded. The battens are arranged in a diamond pattern and secured within a nicely rebated planed edging. Both of these timber products are manufactured in Poland.
Trellis sizes available
We carry a range of these ready made trellis panels. These panels are made from pressure-treated sawn timber battens to improve the service life of the product. Each trellis panel is finished with an extra batten to improve the products rigidity. The batten spacing on these panels means the square holes are approximately 65mm.
Sawn Tanalised Trellis 1.83 metres x 0.305 metre (approx. 6’ x 1’)
Sawn Tanalised Trellis 1.83 metres x 0.61 metres (approx. 6’ x 2’)
Sawn Tanalised Trellis 1.83 metres x 0.91 metres (approx. 6’ x 3’)
Sawn Tanalised Trellis 1.83 metres x 1.22 metres (approx. 6’ x 4’)
Sawn Tanalised Trellis 1.83 metres x 1.52 metres (approx. 6’ x 5’)
Sawn Tanalised Trellis 1.83 metres x 1.83 metres (approx. 6’ x 6’)
There is no convex or concave option, but you could select these from the diamond lattice range
These trellis panels are made to the same 1.83 metre widths as our HD Lap Panels.
DIY Trellis panels
We stock a range of sawn timber battens, the most useful for making your own trellis would probably be the 19mm x 38mm batten.