an old window frame without glass makes a trellis for climbing plants
Photo: Courtesy of Lark Books/Sterling Publishing
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Window-Frame Trellis

Turn an old window that's missing its glass into a support for climbing vines. Here, a single sash is attached to an elevated planter made from scrap wood. As an alternative to a window, use a Windsor-style chair with vertical spindles in the backrest. Place potted plants on the seat and train tendrils around the spindles.
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