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.Your frame can take any shape, and you can even experiment with a three-dimensional design, using two or more coat hangers.More creative projects for your home and gardenChristmas wreathLavender bath bagGlass jar lanternsBrowse a selection of ivy plantsView a
A contemporary twist on the hanging basket, these striking aluminium cones make a real statement, yet their chic looks belie the amazing simplicity of their construction. The aluminium sheets come in a variety of textured finishes and are easy to cut and bend, so a whole clutch o...
Follow Joe Swift's step-by-step video demonstration to making your own rustic plant supports for climbers, from bamboo canes.all year roundMore on plant supportsCreating a metal obeliskConstructing a hazel trellisMaking a spiral plant support
, as they can be difficult to reach with just a match.More creative projectsTin can lanternsIvy heartLead wall plantersBrowse deciduous climbersView plants with scented flowers
. The structure can be as small or tall as you like, although a minimum of about 1m high is best for the most lightweight climbers. If you plan to extend the height beyond this, then increase the depth of the supporting timber base.Piece of timber measuring 15cm
Ribbon for decorationlate-November - December 1 hourBundle straight twiggy growth together to form a basic ring. Use garden string, raffia, wire or strong stems cut from climbers to bind the twigs. Continue this binding technique to add sprigs of conifer, holly and other
, such as tunnels and arches.More creative project ideasA hazel trellis for climbers.Make a spiral support.Create a lead wall planter.Using plant supports.