You must have used branches or driftwood for hangers or to create garden bed boundaries, but have you ever used them for a trellis? A ladder, perhaps? Learn how with our DIYs!
Just gather slender tree branches and tie them up for a sturdy trellis. It will handle the weight of any plant and add a rustic look. DIY here.
This lovely chair made of tree branches will allow you to flaunt your plants and double as a trellis. Here’s how to make it.
With a little bit of branches and twine, you, too, can make this nice and strong vine trellis for your garden. Check out this DIY.
Follow this quick and easy DIY to create a similar birch ladder for your home entrance. Ashbee used it for Forsythias, but you can plant your favorite flowers.
Bentwood trellis are highly decorative and can be used for lawn decor as well. Check out this DIY to learn how to make one.
You just need screws and a drill for this one, and of course, any tree branches would do. It looks amazing, too. Here is the DIY.
This cute ladder made by using tree branches is perfect for small trees, and for hanging pots. Follow this DIY to recreate this idea.
You don’t need massive branches for a good trellis – twigs would do just as fine. Here’s a DIY to make a twig trellis that will also work as a lawn entrance.
How to create a garden trellis using tree branches? Simple, just gather 4-6 sturdy branches and read this DIY.
This one might need a couple of days to make, but it will add year-round interest to your garden. Here’s the DIY to help you get started.
Instead of buying $20-30 on stakes, why not put those dried-up branches to good use with this DIY guide?
Got wood? We know how to make the most of it! Just make a teepee trellis using it, and your plants will thank you for it. DIYRead more on balconygardenweb.com