Be sure to utilize at least one garden trellis in your overall garden plan. There are many benefits to growing a least some of your vegetables vertically.
Garden trellis’ are such a great idea for utilizing space. You’ll be surprised how many plants can be grown vertically instead of on the ground.
5 Things to Love about Garden Trellis
- They keep your garden and food tidy by bringing the harvest off the ground
- Trellis’ bring food up to your level, so you can reach them for easy harvesting
- Garden trellis’ add interest and dimension to your overall garden
- Trellis’ help you grow more food in less space
- They are easy to make with netting and metal fence posts, cattle panels, or even bamboo poles.
Crops to plant vertically include: cantaloupe, honeydew melon, cucumber, tomato, small watermelon varieties, nasturtium, small pumpkin varieties, beans, snow and snap peas, and many others!
My pick for this week’s feature is from Oak Hill Homestead ~ The DIY Easy Garden Tomato Trellis
As someone that has had difficulty caging their tomatoes in the past, I appreciate any information I can get to have a better tomato crop and harvest! Thanks for sharing this easy garden trellis idea on the Farm Fresh Tuesdays Blog Hop.
WELCOME TO FARM FRESH TUESDAY #3! I’VE TEAMED UP WITH SOME TERRIFIC HOMESTEADING LADIES FOR A WEEKLY BLOG HOP AND WE’RE SUPER EXCITED.
What is a blog hop? It’s a place for bloggers to put their most recent articles about topics that interest you. It’s like searching for all the things you love about homesteading without having to scroll through a google search on individual topics. Each week you’ll find a new blogger and a few new articles that you’ll love.
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