I’d ultimately like to secure these to the front of the wall so that my vines could be planted into the soil rather than have planter boxes, but since I have no experience attaching things to (or drilling into) brick, I may be over complicating the whole task.
How do I attach metal trellises (for privacy climbing vines) to brick
I have five metal trellises that I would like to attach to a low brick wall off located at the side of my house. There used to be a sunroom located here, but the previous owners tore it down. I have a fence surrounding my property, but the absence of the sunroom structure has left a huge space where someone could easily step over the low brick wall and easily gain access to my backyard. In any event, I am trying to upcycle these trellises to be used to grow climbing vines to provide some privacy and a little extra piece of mind. I’m not completely incompetent, but this project is completely outside of my wheelhouse. I don’t know if there is a clamp that could be drilled into the brick to hold these in place or if there is a bonding agent that could be used to adhere them. Any advice you could provide, or ideas that could steer me in the right direction, would be appreciated.
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