Are you looking for garden trellis ideas? We love the look and with these garden trellises, you can grow the stringy, viney type plants
Garden Art Trellis
This trellis serves two purposes by being an artistic focal point of the yard while serving as a garden plant support. All you need is something attractive that a plant can get it’s vines around.
A Small Yard Garden Trellis
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If you have a postage stamp size backyard, this inexpensive trellis can be the trick to allow you a small space veggie garden. Think beans, peas, tomatoes, cucumbers, and even squash. Gourds work well also.
Backyard Bedding Trellis
What a great repurposing idea for old bed springs. This one is a no-brainer for someone on a tight budget with simple carpentry skills. Using flowering vines, this idea can give you a privacy wall in the summertime.
Corner It Trellis
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Do you want just a splash of color in an outside corner of the house? This trellis made out of twigs is an easy way to make that happen. You could easily create a living periwinkle tree.
Veggie Bamboo Trellis
This trellis idea is perfect for a patio garden. By using large flower pots with this tripod bamboo trellis idea, each pot can house a different plant. Great for urban use.
Garden Trellis Portal
Using a trellis as a portal into a private area of the yard adds mystery and magic to the area. Cover it with a scented flower or colorful berry vine to give it a deeper mystic flair.
Shelve It Trellis
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Did you know that a trellis can be multi-functional? This design allows for climbing plants as well as shelving for potted plants. With the right combination of plants, you could create a work of art.
Lattice Garden Beds Trellis
What a great idea to create walls of green privacy around your patio in the summertime. This moveable trellis with a planting bed attached can be planted with vegetables and/or flowers. Just leave enough space to walk around them.
String It Along Trellis
Another great repurpose trellis idea is with an old bicycle rim along with an old mop or broom handle, and some twine. Your climbing veggies will make good use of your innovation. Using raised beds that make the harvesting easier, is a back-saver. You can also put this up near your flagstone patio area as well.
This sassy and ingenious idea really provides eye candy to your home’s or garage’s windows. Instead of window shutters, substitute trellises for a country cottage effect.
Natural Plant Trellis Murals
A blank wall is merely a blank canvas to a garden artist. Instead of painting, adhere trellis to the wall in a pattern that is pleasing. With a creative selection, the plants will create a colorful mosaic on that formally dull wall.
Decorative Doorway Trellis
Without much trouble, a trellis can be added beside a door to your home. This will spruce up an entrance without the cost of adding a porch or an overhang. The look will
be a winner for visual appeal.
Old But Not Forgotten Trellis
Even after they have served their original use, these garden tools can serve another purpose. Making a trellis from them give the backyard a primitive folk art appeal as it shows how clever you are.
Take Another Look Trellis
This trellis repurpose idea can be hung anywhere that will support an old window frame and a bit of chicken wire. Leave the frame rustic or repaint a bright color that will compliment your plant’s flowers.
Why not dress up those beautiful shade trees in your yard. Simply surround the trunk
with square or chicken wire adding your favorite flowering shade vine and voila, awesome tree magic!
Light ‘Em Up Indoor Trellis
Not all trellises have to be big or outdoors. This cute trellis idea can be done with indoor climbing plants and a string of lights for a bedroom or a bath that has some natural lighting for the plant.
Crib Side Appeal Trellis
With kids grown and gone, there is still use for that old crib. Just dismantle and use the slatted crib sides for a garden trellis. Adding stakes to secure them in the ground will let you place this outdoor trellis anywhere on the property.
Squash It Trellis
When we hear the word trellis, an arched shape comes to mind, Rarely do we think of it supporting squash plants, but as seen here, it is a good gardening idea. They are easy to pick and keeps the veggies off the wet ground.
Recycle Nature Trellis
If there is a wooded area near, scavenging downed branches after a storm should be plentiful, easy, and quick. Turn this wood into an organic trellis instead of composting them. Just because they were down, does not mean they are out of use.
Another Sticky Trellis
Here is another idea on how to clean your yard of tree debris and makes those tree limbs useful. All you need is a couple of posts, zip ties, and limbs. It’s easy on the wallet when the materials are free.
Bamboo And You Garden Trellis
Bamboo trellis is easy to make and easy on the budget. Using twine to stabilize these poles makes the whole trellis organic and compostable after the growing season is over.
You may be able to get several seasons of use out of your handiwork before it’s time to build another one.
Pallet Up Trellis
Used pallets are easy to come by, adding to the fact they are so versatile. They can make a trellis wall anywhere just by nailing some stakes to one end. To add some color, get out a can or two of spray paint.
Round Metal Trellis
What a wonderful primitive addition to your yard. Climbing roses are going to love this repurposed wagon wheel trellis. Hang it from the house to enhance the curbside appeal of your property.
Don’t Throw It Out Trellis
When an old wooden step ladder is no longer safe to climb – don’t throw it out. The climbing flower vines want to call it their own. Let’s give it to them, okay? They will love you for it while sprucing up the place.
Hang ‘Um High Trellis
This use of a trellis design allows you to use vertical space to hang your potted plants using a nice display. This is a great idea for small backyards or urban apartment patios.
Wire It Up Trellis
With a few eye hooks and some wire, you can create a stunning backdrop to your fenced patio area. This simple, but effective trellis idea uses creativity more than dollars. Remember you can make any shape you want.
TeePee Garden Trellis
The kids will love it when you build your pea vine trellis. They may claim it as their playhouse, so plant the peas on the outside to create their walls. Nothing like a double duty trellis that is practical as well as fun.
Metal Headboard Trellis
If you need to do something with that old metal headboard, why not use it in the garden in the plant beds. The old metal headboard will give your garden a primitive look while keeping your garden growing great veggies.
Upcycled Frame Trellis
Salvage old door and window frames to use as a trellis for a nice mix of rustic and organic beauty. Just think of these as magical windows and doorways into another realm.
Round ‘N Round Trellis
More bicycle wheel recycling ideas that is great for a small space or if you want a divider wall. This is a great idea for growing gourds. It really makes the gourds easy to harvest.
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For those of you with a love of garden sculpture, this idea is a piece of eye candy. Using branches, and sticks, this trellis is exciting when envisioning covered with English ivy or morning glories.
Dress It Trellis
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This lovely lady garden trellis idea just begs to be dressed in vibrant flowers and thick foliage. Intertwine different plants for a most eclectic look. These yard candies are sure to be a show-stopper.