Linda is busy working on filling in the bed in the center of the back yard, near the electrical box and along the fence. One of the items she wants to plant is a vine, so she needs a trellis for the vine to grow on.
We are going to use a 4 ft. by 8 ft. wood lattice for the trellis. To hold it in place, we first attach a couple of 2x4's to the fence, standing out, so that the lattice will be 4 inches (really 3.5 inches) away from the fence. Both are attached by 1/4 by 6 inch lag screws, "standing up" on the fence. One is screwed into a 4x4 fence post; the other is screwed into the 2x4 cross beams (behind the fence pickets).
Then the lattice is screwed onto the two supports.