Cheri' Harris
Cheri' Harris
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  • Kerrville, TX

Semi Invisible Trellis

semi invisible trellis, gardening
I started with measuring the area I had to plan along the sidewalk to house then I cut two pieces of 1x2 and painted to blend. Top being the color of the ceiling of my porch and the bottom brown to blend into the wood chips
semi invisible trellis, gardening
Then I staked down the bottom board after adding actual clay/soil then weaved the twine between eyelets that I screwed into each board the top board painted the same color as house and the bottom piece sprayed brown to match soil. I used stakes to hold down the bottom piece sitting in flowerbed
semi invisible trellis, gardening
These are the mature flowers vines Moonflowers that will grow across the new porch trellis
Will update as they grow!

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  • Cheri' Harris
    on Sep 5, 2016


    , Finally getting better growth
  • Amanda Mcdonald
    on Jan 14, 2019

    Very inspired! I grew morning glories last year that took over my entire bed! Your idea is perfect for creating shade on my west facing back porch!! Thanks a lot for the tutorial!

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