cattle panel trellis arches raised garden beds are ten feet long. I used two panels for each bed, leaving a gap in between. Cattle Panels (16′ x 50″) and Fence Staples

cattle panel trellis arches raised garden beds are ten feet long. I used two panels for each bed, leaving a gap in between. Cattle Panels (16′ x 50″) and Fence Staples

Substantial & Attractive Tomato Vine Arches created from  16′ x 3′ livestock fencing panels anchored by 3′ concrete stakes (4 per arch). {*} photo tutorial at mycakies blog

Substantial & Attractive Tomato Vine Arches created from 16′ x 3′ livestock fencing panels anchored by 3′ concrete stakes (4 per arch). {*} photo tutorial at mycakies blog

An easy way to make a trellis to grow your vegetables vertically on. It only takes a few tools and about an hour to make this trellis.

DIY Garden Trellis

An easy way to make a trellis to grow your vegetables vertically on. It only takes a few tools and about an hour to make this trellis.

I use these for an archway over some steps with vines growing on it.    They work really well, are sturdy and can really take the wind.  Gonna use them this year for my tomatoes in the garden and horizontally for my raspberries, cucumbers, and peas.

I use these for an archway over some steps with vines growing on it. They work really well, are sturdy and can really take the wind. Gonna use them this year for my tomatoes in the garden and horizontally for my raspberries, cucumbers, and peas.

Framed in wood that’s painted to match the siding, cattle panel makes a generous trellis. Behind raspberries on south side?

Framed in wood that’s painted to match the siding, cattle panel makes a generous trellis. Behind raspberries on south side?

Cattle Panel Trellis - supported by either 4 rural log fenceposts (what are they called?) - or 4 4x4s....SOOOOO much less visually obstructive, way cheaper, actually wide enough for the rider mower, and will be all covered over in a few years leaving just greenery!

Cattle Panel Trellis - supported by either 4 rural log fenceposts (what are they called?) - or 4 4x4s....SOOOOO much less visually obstructive, way cheaper, actually wide enough for the rider mower, and will be all covered over in a few years leaving just greenery!

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