May 21st, 2009 in member junk     
RobJ98167 RobJ98167, member
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I needed another trellis in the garden for my Aunt Shirley Squash (syrian Summer Squash) to grow up on. I had these plastic border fence pieces I bought at a yard sale some time ago, so I stuck them onto two steel fencing posts and have a trellis that is right at home with the trellis next to it!

Pattern or design used: My own design - Rob Johnson
posted in: member junk, plant holder, garden, cast iron-metallic, plastic

Comments (7)

vecernice writes: Really clever and looks super cute
Eva Posted: 11:30 am on May 23rd
junkermidge writes: Ooh, what a clever way to reuse the border into a trellis. Way to go, Rob.
Midge Posted: 9:41 am on May 23rd
suewhitney writes: Great idea, Rob. I'm sure Aunt this will lay the foundation for a good upbringing or Shirley Squash. Nice work!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 9:39 pm on May 22nd
chiccottagejunk writes: How cool. It almost looks like a steel gate of some sort. What a great idea to use those border pieces.

Sue Posted: 4:55 am on May 22nd
JunkArchitect writes: Another great idea Rob.
Jim Posted: 10:33 pm on May 21st
alicemom writes: Rob,
Love the trellis! A really great use for the borders that don't work as borders!
ps love the no-tater basket Posted: 7:20 pm on May 21st
leannahawk writes: This is a fantastic idea! I love how you reused those border pieces. I never had any luck with them as a border so this is a great alternative. Posted: 3:11 pm on May 21st
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