From NZ Gardener magazine
Rose Hughes shows how to make a simple structure to support climbing beans, peas or sweet peas.
You will need: Fourteen metres of 20mm x 65mm dressed treated pine, eleven metres of 45mm wide decorative architrave (optional), chicken wire, 8g x 32mm galvanised screws, two 50mm hinges, small nails, power saw, power drill, staple gun and staples, wire cutters, sandpaper, filler, paint brushes, Paint undercoat: Resene Quick Dry Primer and a topcoat.
For the frame pictured right I used Resene Koru.
Cutting measurements: Sides: 4 x 1800mm Top, base and filler: 4 x 900mm and 4 x 770mm Feet: 4 x 300mm.
Cost: $110 ($80 with no architrave).
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