Beanpoles can be just sticks poked in the ground or works of art. This beanpole looks good and is very functional.
Step 1 - Purchase the Material
Step 2 - Build It!
First we need to make the top for our beanpole. Cut a 4" X 4" down to 2" X 2".
Next add some details to make your top more interesting. I only added one notch round the base of the top point but you can get as fancy as you like.
Now cut the 2" X 2"'s on an angle to so when mounted they will spread to the width of the base you want. Because of the garden where mine was going I made my base 18" X 24". This meant that I had to make two different set-ups on my table saw.
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This is what it looks like: