There is an old saying: The fastest way to find an easy way to do something is to give the job to a lazy person and see how they go about it.
I am that lazy person.
|Before. This row was soaked with a hose after this picture to make supports easy to push into ground.
|Materials. Gray Dogwood trimmings, baling twine, loppers to sharpen ends. Not shown, three T posts and 60 feet of 14 gauge "electric fence" wire.
|Close up. One support per plant. The trimmings pushed in about 8 inches.
|Looking down the row. Tee post and hose visible.
|Putting an extra large Dogwood cutting on the end allows the end plant(s) to collect sun that would otherwise fall on a path. Some of the trimmings were stabilized by tying them to the wire with the baling twine.