Bamboo fence roll provide excellent support for all types of climbing vines. These light build trellis are robust enough for heavy perennial plants and easy enough to easily move for annul. Bamboo is a renewable resource that you can feel good if you use in your own backyard green areas.
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Form the frame for trellis by placing two of the 8-foot bamboo fence roll piles in parallel with each other about 5.5 meters apart. Place two of the 6-foot posts over the 8-foot sections about 6 inches from the ends. This will form a rectangular shape frame. Cut four pieces of string about 12 inches long and wrap the poles where they meet in a crisscrossed pattern and tie the string in a single knot. Trim any excess string with a pair of scissors.
Turn the frame over and place the five remaining 8-foot sections over 6-foot posts so that they are positioned equally between the parallel 8-foot sides of the frame. Cut 10 sections of string 12 inches long and loosely tie all 10 ends of the frame. Slide the seven remaining 6-foot bamboo piles in place by weaving them over and under the 8-foot posts and positioning them so that they are evenly spaced between the parallel 6-foot sides of the frame. Cut 14 sections of string 12 inches long. Then tie each end tightly against the frame, again wrapping in a crisscrossed pattern for stability. Pull the loose yarn onto the 8-foot posts, wrap in the crisscrossed pattern and trim the excess.how to make a bamboo fence roll