DIY Tomato Cage | Sturdy and Inexpensive - Ella Claire & Co.
Still going strong after 7 years of use, these DIY wood tomato cages are easy to build and provide a very beautiful and functional, sturdy support for garden tomatoes! This is the ultimate guide to build tomato cages that are the perfect size, shape, and inexpensive design for growing big, healthy tomato plants. One of...Read More
The Garden Show Report - GardenRant
Thanks to everyone who is reporting in from garden shows. I just got back from the Portland Yard, Garden, and Patio Show, which turns out to be quite a slick show at Portland’s big downtown convention center. Easily accessible by light rail, a large and comfortable space, and pretty good food by garden show standards–veggie […]
DIY Trellis Planter Box Tutorial & Giveaway! - Deuce Cities Henhouse
Hey Guys! It’s Monday. I know, sometimes Monday’s are the worst, but I’m hoping that this post will bring a cool vibe to the beginning of yer weeks. Today I’ve got a really awesome DIY to share with you and a super sweet BLACK+DECKER AutoSense cordless drill giveaway! I spent the afternoon yesterday building a trellis-planter-box combo for our backyard. Some of you know that I’ve been trying to pretty up the concrete pad that we recently enclosed when we installed our new fence. The kids…
Raspberry Patch with Custom Trellis
This raised garden bed is made from pine and the Trellising is red cedar. We used 9 gauge wire (overkill I know but we had it on hand from the grape trellis system we are making. And we anchored the wire using these "one way wire anchors":http://w...
Utilitarian design came to mind when I was thinking of my project for Monday. u·til·i·tar·i·an- having regard to utility or usefulness rather than beauty, ornamentation, etc. I knew that I needed a trellis for the barn. For those of you that aren't familiar with the "barn" you can read about it here. The barn is getting a makeover this spring with a fresh coat of paint and new plants to adorn it. I'll be growing morning glory from seed and hope to grow it over the the top of the barn. "The…