Build this obelisk arbor using these step-by-step instructions and free downloadable plans.
This obelisk is easy to build because there are no angled cuts. Here is the free tutorial.
This beautiful obelisk stands 7 feet to the cap on top. Just click on the pdf icon at the link to download the plan.
Whether you call it a pyramid, an obelisk, or a tuteur trellis, this distinctive garden structure is a hallmark of cottage style.
These garden structures are easy to build and only requires a couple of tools to complete. This project is more of a test of your patience than it is difficult….but the reward is huge! They can be used for climbing plants or for decorative purposes.
A garden tower with the crisp geometry of an obelisk adds a stunning focal point and a vertical dimension to your garden.
Create a year-round garden accent with this stylish plant obelisk. Whether supporting vines or left unadorned, it adds a vertical design element to your garden.
We asked Paul Ruhlmann, the co-inventor of the Veritas Tenon Cutter, to show and tell us how to make a garden obelisk. His challenging design is a four-sided ladder with sloped rungs and topped with an optional oblong centerpiece.
Spring is here and it is time to plant your garden. If you are growing beans you are going to need a beanpole. This is a really simple project that looks nice and works good. You can modify these plans very easily to change the width of the base or the height of the pole. Be creative and have fun.