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  • Antje Körber

    vertical gardening trellis

  • Johanna Bachman

    A frame vertical garden

  • Dawn Harju

    Raised Beds & Vertical Gardening. I want both. - squash, pickles (haha yeah I know they are cucumbers), green beans, peas, - this will go great with the bean house - Dawn

  • Niki Van Anda

    Cucumber TeePee by veggiegardener: Secret hiding place : ) #Cucumber_Teepee #veggiegardener. Wonder if Ryan can build this for me going from one raised bed to another?

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Raised beds are a popular way to grow vegetables, and there are all kinds of styles. This raised bed is really done nicely. It can be covered as seasons change by spreading bird netting or greenhouse plastic over the pvc arches, plus tall plants can be grown on the trelises. Click on the link and take the time to read the comments. (No plans given, but the picture seems easy to figure out.)

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