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recycled bike wheel garden trellis. i like anything with bicycle wheels. @Emmet Quinn, there must be some leftover bike wheels somewhere.
Recycle your old bike rims and make this green bean garden trellis
Bicycle Wheel Garden Trellis: For any climbing Garden Goodies, like legumes, peas, & berries (heavier fruits may need added support). The original DIY for this was in the now-defunct ReadyMade Magazine, but it's fairly simple doing. DESIGN: Two old tire rims; twine, & something for the middle to suspend the trellis (conduit, plumbing pipe, metal or wood stakes). If possible, try drilling a hole through the pipe & inserting a dowel, or threaded steel to make it sturdy.
Recycled Bike Wheel Garden Trellis - perfect for your sweet peas, @Robin Roa
What a great idea for a trellis. Go to a bike graveyard & get some old wheels, with or without the tires....
d.i.y. trellis made from cedar boards + wire cabling
Barb Wire Trellis...to go in my garden on my ranch house property with the wrap around porch drinking sweet tea, watching our animals and loving life!
Using bike rims as a trellis for pole beans. Ingenious.
I bought what was called a bean pole from a magazine for like 25-30 bucks. When I got it it essentially was a bike rim. I was like WTF why didn't I think of that!
Build a Fence Trellis - with wire mesh, wood blocks and hooks! Great idea for a small garden!!!
Trellis idea - side yard with hinges - so can be swung out of way
Farms: Great for beans and lettuce, as the beans grow on the #trellis, shading and cooling the lettuce beneath.
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sweet pea trellis, I hadn't thought of this before but I could plant sweet peas at the base of my apple tree trellis...hmmm
Garden Trellis 7' 6. No longer available on etsy, but looks to be a newel post drilled through with dowel rods. Good lookin' trellis!
Twig cage can protect young plants from being munched on by rabbits, chickens or other critters