Depending on what you have to work with, maybe a lattice? Good luck and stay safe!
I've seen them used in gardens: http://ottoblotto.blogspot.com/2010/05/repurposing-salvaged-tv-antennas.html
Hi Julie. I would use it to create a decoration for Halloween. Even if you put a white sheet over it, you could easily lift it off the ground with fishing line or string to scare trick-or-treaters.
How about as garden decor
Hi Julie: Something for the birds to sit on? Or maybe a huge wind chime? :)
Is it like a Sat Dish or a actuall antenna? Antenna can be used for hanging things on perhaps...
An antenna that was busted apart.
for sure you can make super cute rack for hanging or climbing plants
That’s what I would like to do
How about making a trellis?
What about keeping it attached to the roof (if that is still where it is) and use it as a mounting background to string lights in the shape of a star, for all the neighbours to see during the holiday season.
Without a picture, I can't tell what shape it is, so might suggest adding a frame around it or make a stand out of concrete and either plant it in the concrete or stand it on top of it to make a garden sculpture. Then paint it to suit your taste.. Hope that helps
Fifteen uses for old TV antennas
Hi Julie, depending on it's shape they can make a beautiful/interesting garden trellis for ivy, creeping roses, moon flowers or morning glory
Hi Julie, hope this help you out, Use them as trellises or plant supports for vigorous climbers, or fix the metal rods to your potting bench or shed to hang up tools, waterproof boots or even plant pots. If you're working on hard-landscaping projects, old tower-style antennas can make a great, solid support for simple construction projects