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  • Ruth Gonzalez

    Recycle your old bike rims and make this green bean garden trellis

  • Paula Meo

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  • Paula B

    Recycled Bike Wheel Garden Trellis for Sweet peas.

  • Sara Connelly Pidcock

    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.

  • Andra Hibbert

    recycled bike wheel garden trellis. i like anything with bicycle wheels. @Emmet Quinn, there must be some leftover bike wheels somewhere.

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