DIY Vertical Garden Wall Using Wire Netting

DIY Vertical Garden Wall Using Wire Netting

This is one more version of a DIY vertical garden, which is not on an actual wall, but on an arbor that acts a little like a wall. You’ll need 2 – ground spike in khaki, 2 – 4″x4″x8′ cedar posts, 3 – 2″x6″x8′ cedar planks, scrap length of 4″x4″, 8 – 1/4″x3″  lag bolts, 1 pkg Hex Wire Netting 24 inches x 25 feet – 1 inch, 3/4″ fence staples, 19 gauge plated steel wire, 4″ terra cotta pots, small plants and potting soil. Measure out and mark where your posts will go on the ground. Ours are seven feet apart, centered on our patio space. Using a sledgehammer and a scrap piece of wood (you don’t want to damage the good cedar posts or the ground spikes) , hammer ground spikes into the ground. Keep reading what to do at akadesign.ca.

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