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Top 46 Trellises Projects

  1. 1. Vertical Vegetable Trellis (01:58)

    For growing cucumbers and veggies, vertical gardening may be the solution.

  2. 2. Tomatillos and Malabar Spinach (19:59)

    We'll plant Tomatillos and Malabar spinach and then build a PVC trellis.

  3. 3. DIY Live Trellis (00:36)

    Get directions on how to build your own live trellis for your backyard.

  4. 4. Decorative Garden Trellis (00:57)

    Add a decorative focal point to your garden with an easy-to-build trellis.

  5. 5. Plastic Bottle Trellis (00:03:29)

    How to recycle kitchen "leftovers" into beautiful color for your garden.

  6. 6. Berry Good Blackberries (20:01)

    We'll show you how to plant, care for, and harvest blackberries.

  7. 7. How to Make a Bamboo Trellis (00:01:12)

    Make a simple bamboo trellis, and learn how to find natural plant supports.

  8. 8. Growing Cucumbers Vertically

    Cucumbers feel right at home growing vertically, either on a trellis or in a tomato cage, say DIY Network experts.

  9. 9. Build an Easy Trellis for Tomatoes

    This simple trellis is an easy way to support tomato plants.

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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  10. 10. Trellis Planter Pots for Patio (00:01:00)

    DIY trellis planter pots customize a shade structure with colorful plants.

  11. 11. Can't Miss Crashed Yards by Ahmed Hassan

    Find inspiration to tackle your yard with these outdoor space makeovers from DIY Network's Yard Crashers.

  12. 12. Garden Trellis (02:16)

    Build your own teepee trellis for your zucchini plants.

  13. 13. Fruitful Muscadines (20:02)

    Muscadines are the most carefree grapes to grow.

  14. 14. Entryway Update (04:01)

    Ryan adds an ultramodern vibe to his home's outdated entryway.

  15. 15. Postage-Stamp Yard (01:36)

    Concrete and tiles add drama to this postage-stamp-sized backyard.

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