Pick a location in your garden where you want your arch. The space between the bottom of my arch is a little over 7 ft. If you want a taller arch bring the space between the bottom of the arch closer together. If you want a shorter arch separate the bottom of the arch farther apart.
Lay cattle panel on flat surface near where you are going to install it.
In each of the corners of the 50 inch ends of the cattle panel thread the 4 U-Posts into the cattle panel. How I did this is to insert the end of the U-Post into the first hole in the cattle panel. The go up 3 holes in the cattle panel and insert it through that hole. Slide the cattle panel onto the U-Post
Holding both short ends of the cattle panel (This is where 2 people are really important) move the cattle panel to where you are going to install it.
Place one end of the cattle panel (with the U-posts) into the position where you want to hammer it into the ground. Make sure the U-posts will stick up on the outside of the archway and not on the inside of the arch way. If it is incorrect flip over the cattle panel.
Have one person hold the cattle panel in place while the other person uses the mallet or fence post driver to hammer the u-posts into the ground.
Set the other side of the archway into it location and again have one person hold it in place while the other person uses the mallet or fence post driver to hammer the u-posts into the ground
Use zip ties if desired to anchor the cattle panel securely to the u-posts
This build is much easier if you have at least 2 people. To be able to arch the trellis and hold the posts in place while hammering them in really needs 2 people.
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