Making a flower trellis doesn’t take any special skill; almost anyone can build one. The function is simple, aesthetically pleasing support for climbing flowers. Roses, honeysuckle, morning glory or any other flower that can be trained to grow on a frame is a lovely way to dress up your house, hide an unsightly fence or create a picturesque pergola. The key is to use your creativity to make your flower trellis a work of living art.
Cut lightweight wood into strips about 2 inches wide. The length of the strips will depend on the design you choose.
Glue pieces down and allow them to dry. Nail securely to support structure.
Plant climbing flowers next to the trellis. You may have to tie the vines to the trellis at first. Used nylons are a good choice for ties; they are stretchy and soft and won't rot from watering.