Garden Projects Vine Trellis
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By Tim Johnson Make any climbing plant happy with this 6′ tall, free-standing trellis.We used dadoes, glue and screws to fasten the slats because trellises take a beating each year when you tear off the old vines.
We built our trellis from cypress, one of the longest-lasting outdoor woods.Ours was recycled from old water tanks and cost about $175.White oak, at $60, would also be a good choice.Marking the legs for the dadoes can be confusing, but if you follow our marking procedures (2a-2d), you can't mess up.
Even with our easy-to-make jigs, routing 68 dadoes is noisy, dusty and tedious (Fig.B and 4a).But once they're done, the dadoes make assembly foolproof.There's only one angle to remember: Everything slopes 6°.
You'll need an angled template, made with the miter gauge on your tablesaw, to make the dadoing jigs.You'll also need a router with a straight bit to cut the dadoes,and a drill with a slotted tip for all the screws.
We used a jointer and planer to mill our parts to thickness, but they could also be ripped to size on a tablesaw.The slats are thin, so be sure to use a push stick.How...