Vegetable and Climbing Plant Support Netting

A vertical support system is the preferable solution for a lot of plants. The adoption of this technique allows gaining the following benefits to cultivation of cucumbers, beans, peas and marrows:

  • Cultivated land efficiency. The need for sown area reduces by half.
  • Crop yield increase. All parts of a plant are equally exposed to the sun. Crop is less liable to diseases.
  • Comfortable maintenance. Caring for plants becomes easier and handy.
  • Decorative function. A garden or vegetable plot with trellis-mounted plants on a neat framework, which carefully bear twining stems of a climber, looks more tidy and attractive.

Cucumber trellis netting F-150 and F-170 has large openings 15 cm wide. The netting is quite durable and can carry the heavy weight of rich crop. It makes harvesting easier. Can be used not only outdoors, but also in greenhouses.

Pea and bean netting U-45 has smaller openings, which ensure more compact and even distribution of plant over vertical surface. It causes a boost of crop yield and prevents the spread of plant diseases; unharvested pods remain succulent for a longer time.

Plastic nets PROTECT for the care and protection of plants are resistant to atmospheric precipitations, rot-proof, easy-to-install and allow multiple application.

We manufacture firm plastic mesh enabling support for roses, grapevines as well as for annual plants. These nets differ not only in operating temperature, but also in density and rigidity.

For propping up creeping roses and decorative grapevines we advise you to use our nets F-90. They neednt be stored away for the winter months. The nets F-90 can bear quite a heavy load. Its high durability allows applying these nets as a secure support for decorative plants with strong shoots.

Nets F-90 have the biggest openings 90*100 mm, the mesh size in a roll equals either to 1*5 meters or 1*10 meters.

Here are the advantages of plastic nets F-90 for creeping roses and decorative grapevines support:

  •  manufactured of UV stabilized high-density polyethylene (HDPE)
  • resistant to temperature fluctuation and sunlight degradation; may not be dismantled for the winter
  • each roll is packed in PE film and weighs much less than metal analogues; the transportation wouldnt cause additional inconveniences
  • corrosion-resistant unlike metal nets
  • harmless to plants; dont prevent plant care
  • extremely easy installation; no special skills are required

For growing annual plants and clematises for cutting we advise you to use our net U-22.

Clematis trellis netting U-22/1/6 PROTECT is  specifically designed to provide support to the stems of decorative climbing annual plants like clematis of pruning groups II and III, Ipomoea (morning-glory) and alike. Thin and durable, the net with openings sized 22*22 mm can bear annual plants in full bloom. The mesh size in each roll is 1*6 meters. The net, giving support for climbers, is invisible in foliage and enables their even distribution in space.

Here are the advantages of clematis trellis netting:

  • no need for renovation with paints or anti-corrosion coating
  • doesnt rot, isnt affected by precipitation
  • easy fixing to the ground, a frame or a wall

If the medium temperature in your region is below -15C, the netting should be put away till next spring. It can be stored quite conveniently - simply folded or wound into a roll.


Article Trade name Mesh hole shape Mesh hole size, mm Width * length, m Color Package

U-13/2/25
Multipurpose netting 13 (M) square 13*15 2*25 green roll (in film)

U-22/1/6
Clematis trellis netting square 22*35 1*6 dark green 18 items in a box

U-35/1/10
Climbers trellis netting square 32*35 1 * 10 black roll (in film)

U-45/1/6
Pea and bean netting square 45*45 1*6 dark green 18  items in a box

U-45/2/25
Multipurpose netting 45 square 45*45 2*25 green roll (in film)

F-60/1/5
Garden Netting 50*60 5 m square 50*60 1 * 5 green, dark green roll (in LDPE film)

F-60/1/10
Garden Netting 50*60  10 m square 50*60 1 * 10 green, dark green roll (in LDPE film)

F-90/1/5
Net for creeping rose 90*100 5 m square 90*100 1 * 5 green, dark green roll (in LDPE film)

F-90/1/10
Net for grapevine 90*100  10 m square 90*100 1 * 10 green, dark green roll (in LDPE film)

F-150/1,7/500
Cucumber trellis netting square 150*130 1,7*500 dark green roll (in LDPE film)

F-170/2/500
Cucumber trellis netting square 150*170 2*500 dark green roll (in LDPE film)

F-170/2/5
Cucumber trellis netting square 150*170 2*5 dark green 50 items in a box

F-170/2/10
Cucumber trellis netting square 150*170 2*10 dark green 32 items in a box

Practical advice on constructing a vertical vegetable bed for peas:

For the 6 m long vegetable bed you will require: 4 pieces of 1.5 m high poles, 8 plastic ties (can be replaced by pieces of metal wire or a rope), 1 package of PROTECT Pea and bean netting U-45.

Drive poles into the ground at the intervals of 2 meters.

Fix the netting tightly on poles

and fasten it with plastic ties. Now one may sow peas!

May you have a rich crop!

Tip: in the regions with winter temperatures below -30C it is advised to put the netting away till the next crop season.

What's involved in installing clematis trellis netting?

First of all one needs to choose the place for clematis support. If you are planning to fix the netting to a wall or a fence, provide yourself with some metal staples and pegs (or nails). Having hammered the nails into the wall at the necessary height, hang the netting on them, cut the excess mesh at the bottom and fix its edge to the ground with U-staples. The clematis support is ready!

Here is a typical scenario of installation of the Net for creeping rose:

1st step: prepare your working space, drive stakes into the ground at the appropriate distance, unpack the net, and make ready a pair of secateurs and plastic ties.


2nd step: measure out the necessary length of the net and bind its edges to stakes with plastic ties


3rd step: if needed, correct the length of the net by cutting it off with secateurs and fix its bottom edge to the ground with U-staples. Use anchors instead of staples if your construction is quite big.


Everythings ready! As we have the fully grown creeping rose in our workshop, we carefully distribute roses stems over the installed net. You may fix these stems to the net with garden ties.

Using this principle you can build a garden arch, arrange a plant screen for your fence, create shade roof. To do this you should fix the net in desired position and plant some climbers at its bottom.