Rose Pillar Malmaison - garden obelisk 60x60cm base (2'x2'), 226cm high (7'5")

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Garden obelisks, or tuteurs, draw the eye upward and offer support to twining plants such as pole beans, sweet peas and cucumbers. These structures can also be built of metal or constructed of branches.

Trellis obelisks add vertical interest, form focal points in a border and provide a framework for plants to climb. Obelisks can be made from branches, wattle, bamboo, vines and wood.

NZ Gardener - DIY bean obelisk

This step by step tutorial of How To Build An Amazing Garden Trellis Obelisk that is a vertical support structure for flowering plants that prefer to weave

MEDIUM ROSE PILLAR OBELISK - I'm not sure what I think of this. It's rather like wearing a corset. Hmmm.

Medium Rose Pillar Obelisk - Uprights are solid steel rods, powder coated black and topped with decorative finials. Shipped flat for economical freight and easily assembled with a screwdriver. All hardware included.

Copper Pyramid - will take on a verdigris patina over time. With its large ball finial it stands over 6' high and 26" in diameter at the base. Five legs provide a stable and secure support. Makes an outstanding display when used with climbing roses.

Copper Pyramid - will take on a verdigris patina over time. With its large ball finial it stands over high and in diameter at the base. Five legs provide a stable and secure support. Makes an outstanding display when used with climbing roses.

How to Pillar a Rose - Flower Patch Farmhouse

How to Pillar a Rose

Great for smaller gardens, I show you how to Pillar a Rose to get tons of blooms and vertical interest in your garden!

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