Obelisk trellis

Enhance your garden with unique obelisk trellis designs that add height and structure to your plants. Explore top ideas to create a stunning focal point in your outdoor space.
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How to Build a Wooden Obelisk

At Farrand Farms we don't currently sell wooden obelisks, or wooden trellis', tripods or tee pees, but we don't want to leave you without so we made our own and documented the process so you can make yours. For the price of one, $70-$100 each at the store, you can make four of your own. Buy your lumber • Three 2" x 1" x 8' • Four 2" x 2" x 8' - the 8' is the height of your obelisk. You can buy 6' if you prefer a shorter obelisk. If you have a table saw you can also buy two 2" x 4" x 8's and…

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Linda Paquet
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DIY Cottage Garden Obelisk

I am so excited to start doing DIY projects to go in our outdoor spaces for the season! I had the idea to create a cottage garden obelisk for our garden and Jose was kind enough to build one for me! While we have many structural supports for our garden plants, an obelisk is one that I have been wanting to add, as I love their unique shape so much! A garden obelisk is a tall structure with a pyramid-like shape used as a decor and also plant support. An obelisk can vary in style but each has a…

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Jennifer Howell
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DIY Garden Obelisk – Outdoor Projects - Kippi at Home

A Garden Obelisk adds beauty and height to your garden and landscape, in addition to being plant support. I have been swooning over them for years, and since we had a little extra time on our hands this summer, I thought, why not make a few. A friend gave me an ivy plant with a

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