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trellis and design ideas for chain links

 
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We're putting up a chain link around the property and I'm wordering if people have any suggestions or creative ways to trellis without destroying my fence over time. I was thinking of using aircraft wire strung through drilled wood posts, but I thought maybe there are other things, too, I may not have thought of that take advantage of the steel post system. Or even misting, watering systems etc, for chain link fences. thanks
 
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I don't understand your question. A chain link fence is an excellent trellis on its own.
 
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