Definition of Treillage. Meaning of Treillage. Synonyms of Treillage

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Definition of Treillage

Treillage
Treillage Treil"lage, n. [F. treillage. See Trellis.] Latticework for supporting vines, etc.; an espalier; a trellis. --Spectator. I shall plant the roses against my treillage to-morrow. --Walpole.

Meaning of Treillage from wikipedia

- Look up trellis or treillage in Wiktionary, the free dictionary....
- A trellis (treillage) is an architectural structure, usually made from an open framework or lattice of interwoven or intersecting pieces of wood, bamboo...
- and rose vines, with one of the tallest outdoor fountains in Minnesota. Treillage Garden - an arbor trellis (104 feet long, with central dome 24 feet (7...
- marsh and bird hides. It also features Lake Belvedere, Peace Monument, Treillage Tower, Sundial, 'Cyrus the Great' statue, the Silent Hearts Memorial Garden...
- Pradel, Les monuments de treillage de Jean-Max Albert, Opus n°65, 1978 L'ivre de pierre Hubert Beylier, Bénédicte Leclerc, Treillage de jardin du XIV au XX...
- temporarily extended in 1904, and is planned for restoration by 2013 (the "treillage of the Rostrum" was restored prior to 1970.) "The Branford Opinion - Google...
- reminiscent of a conservatory without gl****. It is covered by a trellis (or treillage) and covered with climbing plants, resulting in a space that is filled...
- timber trellises on the two verandahs and porches on each side. This treillage supported climbing plants and gave some privacy to users of the bathroom...
- many, some garden-critics commented "too many" seats, covered seats, treillages and pavilions. Mary Soames, who wrote a book about the 5th Duke of Marlborough...
- free-standing, or espaliered against walls, or free-standing palissades en treillageenclose the parterre; they include traditional varieties of apples,...
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