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arched tunnel

Ivy Arbor

I use these for an archway over some steps with vines growing on it. They work really well, are sturdy and can really take the wind. Gonna use them this year for my tomatoes in the garden and horizontally for my raspberries, cucumbers, and peas.

Found plans for a simple grape arbor that I think would be a fun way to add some shade to our treeless expanse of lawn. And grow grapes.

Lavender under a rose arbor, classic I never tire of...

Federico Forquet -Cetona Tuscany

The Grapevine Tunnel ~ this would grow fast and be a good replacement for a 'tree tunnel' that would take years and years!

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Morning Glory Lights | Buy from Gardener's Supply

Alternative Gardening: Make Your Own Greenhouse -Materials : -3 standard "cattle panels". -2 rolls of 10'x50' clear plastic. I used 6 mil. -1 16-foot 2'x'4, 3 8-foot 2'x2's, 1 8-foot 1'x2'. -A package (100) of 8-inch zip-ties. -2 rolls of clear duct tape. -1 roll of standard electrical tape. -2 simple door hinges, and a simple handle and latch. -4 2-foot sections of rebar. -2 20-foot pieces of PVC. Schedule 40 is okay, but lighter grade will work better for this. -2-inch wood screws.

Build a dome from old bicycle wheels, plant squash and bean vines, and make a great summer house for kids!

rebar arbor. To grow morning glories, grapes and other lovely vines!


Morning glory screen in pots

AWESOME hideout

bloemrijke border, strakke moderne pergola, split

Grape-covered walkway with trumpet vines for evergreen, year-round foliage

Walk through trellis made of hog wire. We call it cattle panel. Love this for pole beans or any other climbing vine.

Trellis Trail