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DIY Garden ~ A Simple Branch Arbor

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When you are pruning tree branches or taking down a tree, don't haul all those branches to be cut up for the fire pit or fireplace - reuse them in your garden! Last summer, several large branches needed to be trimmed and I used them to make a simple arbor over our back gate. Now, I know this arbor won't last forever, but it will last long enough or me to decide just what I want there permanently. One note is to use green limbs as they will bend more easily. Pre-drill guide holes and attach to your fence with wood screws. Fast, easy and inexpensive - my idea of the perfect garden project!
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  • Patsy Price
    Patsy Price Hartsville, SC

    @Mrs. Rosen, can you tell me where I can find these seeds. I had some a few years back but, somehow I misplaced them. I love them.

  • Rosi McCoy
    Rosi McCoy Wilmington, DE

    Gorgeous Barb!!! It looks like peace and serenity on earth.

  • Diana
    Diana Glenwood, IL

    Beautiful idea. Won't work for me, but I love the way it creates such a beautiful area.

  • Virginia
    Virginia Halifax, VA

    I will do this thanks

  • Tricia Lenwell
    Tricia Lenwell Anderson, SC

    Love it! I have been recycling branches and limbs forever. Right now, we built a frame of branches for our garage door. I planted wisteria and clematis (confederate jasmine as well) and we're training the wisteria et al to climb the branches and

    • Barb Rosen
      Barb Rosen Wilmington, DE

      @Tricia Lenwell ~ sounds like we are gardeners cut from the same cloth! : )

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