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Better Homes & Gardens Australia|April 2021
Train your garden to grow up with this elegant frame
CHARLIE ALBONE

Who doesn’t want an obelisk in their garden? A grand, towering monument that pays tribute to your toils and travails. Grand as this may look, its construction is simplicity itself. So add power to your patch, and make it pretty as well!

Gather your supplies

• Hardwood garden stakes 25 x 25mm x 1.2m (4) 50 x 50mm x 1.8m (4)

• Marine plywood 1220 x 610 x 18mm

• Wooden fence capital

• Exterior spray paint

• Landscape adhesive

Here’s how

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