*My Upside-Down Garden*
14 July 2011
|2||2 5/8 Fence pipe 5'6" support pipes||1||2 5/8 Fence pipe 7' cut in half for the feet||4||3/4" x 14" 16 gauge solid angle iron||8||1/4 3" 20 bolts nuts and washers||1||2 1/2" Conduit pipe for desired length||6||T brackets||6||3" Carriage bolts and nuts for fencing|
(If you wish to make it longer buy additional hardware for top and support...)
Start by cutting the feet, 2 5/8" 7', in half.
Cut 3/4 14" solid angle iron 4 pieces.
Drill holes on both ends of the angle iron.
I drilled the holes in the pipe as I went. Just keep in mind, when mounting the angle iron supports, that you want them spaced equally from corner. As extra safety I rounded angle iron corners, so if someone scraped against them they wouldn't get cut.
Assemble the feet to support pipe with T clamps, then use square and assemble angle iron supports.
Now assemble top pipe to base footing, then once again install angle iron supports.
I used other fence parts for hanging pots. Not the best fit, but it works.
Good luck and happy gardening.
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