Create a plant trellis to grow your favorite vegetables and flowers. Using wood branches will help the trellis blend in with the surroundings, allowing the flowers and plants to be the main attraction. Twigs and branches are free for the taking and are eco-friendly.
Decide where your trellis will stand in your garden. Remove rocks and other debris from the site, then rake the soil to level it.
Choose sturdy material. Young tree branches and saplings can be easily bent and integrated into a plant trellis. Look around your home for other materials to use. Metal components from gates and even bed frames can be used.
Calculate the dimensions of the area where the trellis will stand, then create an outline or blueprint for a trellis to fit the space. The plants you'll grow on your trellis will help you determine the correct height.
Use garden wire and small nails to attach the trellis pieces. Crisscross the branches over one another until you have reached the correct height and width. Wet the branches to make them more pliable.
Bury 1 or 2 feet of the trellis. Dig a hole, then place the base of the structure in it and press the trellis firmly into the ground. Tamp the soil and place rocks around the base to secure the trellis if necessary.