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Invisible Trellis   Vines appear to defy gravity, let your wall show through.   Eyehooks screwed into siding or walls and networks of medium-gauge wire hold delicate vines. (Heavier climbers, such as roses, will need heavy-gauge wire.) Design a grid by placing eyehooks 12 to 16 inches apart and running wire through them. Or you can follow one of our designs, placing eyehooks at intersections. Support wires across a large expanse with hooks every 2 feet. To install

Invisible Trellis

Invisible Trellis Vines appear to defy gravity, let your wall show through. Eyehooks screwed into siding or walls and networks of medium-gauge wire hold delicate vines. (Heavier climbers, such as roses, will need heavy-gauge wire.) Design a grid by placing eyehooks 12 to 16 inches apart and running wire through them. Or you can follow one of our designs, placing eyehooks at intersections. Support wires across a large expanse with hooks every 2 feet. To install

Love that look. Not sure I would feel about mowing the patio though.  I'll probably get over it.

Love that look. Not sure I would feel about mowing the patio though. I'll probably get over it.

.Like the layered sluice system. Not the watering cans

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Check out this project on RYOBI Nation - This pergola has it all - built in shelves and modern lattice for shade on sides.  It’s easy to build, and you can make it your own by cutting decorative patterns in the rafter tails.

Check out this project on RYOBI Nation - This pergola has it all - built in shelves and modern lattice for shade on sides. It’s easy to build, and you can make it your own by cutting decorative patterns in the rafter tails.

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