DIY Wood Pallet Pumpkin Trellis

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Wow! I think it has been a little while since I featured a wood pallet project on this blog. It just so happens that earlier on today I bumped into this diy wood pallet pumpkin trellis, that I thought would be a fun idea to share with you.

This is a fun project and does not require you to dismantle the pallets at all. You can actually build the whole thing for FREE, if you can find and reuse some hinges. Otherwise the only cost would be a maximum of about five bucks.

DIY Wood Pallet Pumpkin Trellis
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • HT wood pallets
  • wood screws
  • hand drill
  • hinges
  • nails
  • hammer
  • 2X2 lumber

Make sure you are using Heat Treated (HT) wood pallets for this project. Simply take two wood pallets the same height and attach them together at the top with two or three hinges. The trellis should be able to open up and stand on the two edges.

In order to make it sturdy for the whole season, you have to attach the 2×2 at your desired length. The pumpkins, squash and beans are planted around the outer sides of the trellis. You help them climb it as they grow. When winter comes, you can simply remove the support beam and pack this away for next season.

You can follow step by step instructions on the One Hundred Dollars A Month blog, here…

DIY Wood Pallet Pumpkin Trellis


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