Rebar Trellis Question
I did a search for the rebar trellis post and find it interesting and think I might give it a try. I need a couple tall trellis's. The one's I seen in the post have the hose clamp at the top to hold them together, now my question is how do you achor / drive them in the ground? I figure I would need at least a couple feet in the ground. My way, which I'm sure would be over kill would be to dig three hole's at a slant just big enough to insert a piece of 3" or 4" PVC pipe and pour concrete into the PVC pipe and then insert the three rebar legs into the concrete. Once it set up I don't think it would be going anywhere, but is there an easier way? I don't want them to fall or turn over in the future once my darling clem's are go up them. Turning over can't be an option. I have several that need something a lot taller then they currently have. If I could get this fugured out I can just build the rebar trellis around the Clematis's and not disturb their root systems and leave them all where they are. If you have the rebar trellis's in use please pass along how you installed them. Thanks.