Wire Coathangers For Gardening

Re-use old coathangers by twisting to desired shape to hold climbing plants, like roses, in place on lattice or wire structures. Once the cane is trained, you can remove and use elsewhere. Much less painful than tying back! Also handy to hook onto high canes to pull down and position.


By Susan M. from Tasmania Australia

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By Jean in GA. (Guest Post)
June 1, 20070 found this helpful

Good idea! I didn't want to have to "string" a vine into the shape it wanted. Now, I can use your idea. Thank you.

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June 7, 20070 found this helpful

We use the wire hangers to make hangers for the birdfeeders.Can make different lenghs or even hook them together for a really long tree branch to hang a feeder from.

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