30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

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Creative garden features you can DIY for free

You can spend a fortune kitting out your garden with edging, artwork, plant supports, and other garden features. Fortunately, there’s a lot of projects that you can DIY. Better yet, you can do-it-yourself with free materials like sticks and branches.

When you’re next pruning your trees, bushes, grapevines, or raspberry canes, set the pieces aside for some of these projects. If you have willow growing on your land even better since it can be used to create all sorts of attractive and useful features for the garden.

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Techniques

Each of the projects below has a link to their source and many include instructions on how to recreate them. If in doubt, consider making a project using your own method. Some common techniques for these garden projects include:

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

susan albright lifestyle design

Obelisk made with Sticks & Branches

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Instructables

Natural Wood Raised Garden Bed

Woven Garden Edging

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Amazon

Stick & String Lattice

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Empress of Dirt

Willow Sweet Pea Arch

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Martha Stewart

Twig Plant Markers

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Garden Photo Stream

Forest Walk Arbor

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Rambling Round

Nature’s Birdhouse

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Star & Diamond Stick Lattice

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Simple Stick Fence

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Nathalie Pasquel

Willow Tomato Cage

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Forgotten Way Farms

DIY Wattle Fencing

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

dengarden

Living Willow Playhouse

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Country Living

Espalier Garden Bench

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Grit

Wooden Tomato Support

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Isas Trädgård

Peony Branch Support

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Garden Gate Magazine

Globe Plant Support

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Apartment Therapy

Woven Wattle Garden Divider

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Willow Bird Nest

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Instructables

Woven Circular Raised Bed

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

blomsterverkstad

Willow Flower Support

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Empress of Dirt

Giant Garden Art Bird Nest

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Better Homes & Gardens

Garden Pavilion

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Karma per Diem

Rustic Branch Obelisk

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Houzz

Simple Dividing Fence

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Full Moon Stick Lattice

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Hearth & Vine

Rustic Plant Support

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

A Garden by Design

Train climbers up a lattice

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement

Arched Flower Support

Telegraph Gardening

Willow Pea Dome

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Pressing sticks around edibles looks pretty and keeps some animals out

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

This Old House

DIY Diamond Patterned Twig Lattice

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Better Homes & Gardens

DIY Wooden Arbor

30+ Garden Projects using Sticks & Twigs

Indeed Decor

Runner Bean Arbor

4 Discussion to this post

  1. Karen Heath says:

    Question. I have some (many) Willow branches that I saved from a Willow I used to have. I know that these branches sometimes root when they are stuck in the ground. If my branches are 5 or 6 years old do you think I might be safe from “accidental propagation”?

  2. Tyler Braithwaite says:

    This is one of the magical things I have ever seen!

  3. Ann says:

    Great Tanya! I really enjoy this type of post.

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