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How to Build a Garden Tuteur

Are you looking for a structure for your vines to climb on? You can build your own rustic garden tuteur in an afternoon, and all you need are branches, glue, screws, and some string.

Steve Aitken’s article, “Build a Rustic Tuteur,” appeared in the November/December 2002 issue of Fine Gardening (#88).

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