Easy DIY Pyramid Trellis for the Garden

2 materials
$5
10 Minutes
Easy

Happy Tuesday, friends!! I hope you’re having a great start to the new week!!

Today, Tara and I are each sharing a quick and easy summer craft. I put together a simple trellis for my new Mandevilla plant.

It has been a cold and rainy all day, so I brought this project inside.

What you’ll need:


bamboo stakes


twine and/or ribbon


plant


pot/planter

Start by planting your plant in your container, using a good potting soil mix.

Insert four bamboo stakes into the soil, around the edges of the planter.

Using twine/ribbon, tie the four stakes together, wrap the twine around and around the top of the stakes to secure.

Once the stakes were secured together, I started wrapping the Mandevilla vines up around the stakes. Mandevilla likes to climb, which is why it decide to add the trellis. This was such a quick, easy, and inexpensive way to build a sweet little trellis. I love it!!

I also added a couple silk ribbons to the top, because why not!! I love adding little snippets of ribbon/lace wherever I can! I cant wait to put this outside, in my yard, to watch it grow and thrive throughout the summer months! Yay for summer and all the summer flowers!!

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Emily Traxler
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