Use Pruned Tree Limbs as Trellises

Use hard wood branches you have pruned to at least five feet long in your garden as a trellis for climbing vines. It's perfect for sweet peas or peas. Looks absolutely pretty too.

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April 3, 20160 found this helpful

My husband made me one for climbing roses 3 years ago.

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