In this build I will use one half inch PVC pipe and bird netting, both available at your favorite home improvement store. I wanted to cover two trees with netting, one was nice and compact, the other is in a wide V shape. For the V shaped tree I made two smaller frames to make it easier to move while mowing.
I did not glue these frames together, my plan is to have the option to quickly take apart the frame in the event of a hurricane.
These frames will not be cubes so I can save on materials and because they look cool.
Each frame needs a four sided base, a spine for the top and 3-way 90 degree corners to attach it all together.
A single frame needs six 3-way 90 degree corners. The store I shopped at did not have them so I needed to use a coupler to make it work.
All parts totaled I used 180 feet of PVC pipe, 18 3-way 90 degree fittings with side outlet with male adapter.
Do not be discouraged by the total length of PVC, I have several four foot lengths left over because the most common length I needed was six feet and the PVC was available in only ten foot lengths.
In addition to the PVC and netting I used a channellock wrench, hacksaw, saw horses, measuring tape, marker and a blade. I also used cord to tie the net down, I used mason line.