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I've been looking for a way to make a large pole bean support without spending a bunch of money. I think I can do this! I cut a ton of branches off of the cottonwood trees every year, and they're plenty long and sturdy.

Building simple and inexpensive supports for beans and cucumbers

Build Support for Beans |Support is vital for these climbing plants. Build a wigwam from eight canes, ideally at least 7 ft (2.2 m) long, pushed firmly into the soil about 12 in (30 cm) apart, in a circle. Tie the canes securely at the top and again halfway down.

Build a Teepee trellis - stakes and ropes. I think I'll do this for cucumbers, perhaps supporting the cukes with little hammocks

Bean House- just walk right in and pickem! / how cool is that!!!

I must make some of these, they would support the peonies beautifully! #garden #plant_support

This bean arch made from rebar supports twine and chicken wire for pole beans to climb. The concept is from the vegetable garden at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens vegetable display in Alabama, but it can be adapted to any home garden. Cucumbers would like this system, too. When fully covered, arches like this make a great garden house to the delight of children of all ages.

the beanhouse--great for kids by marlene

Raspberry supports... the established raspberries are a variety called Caroline and they are fantastic even in the Hot KY summers they produce from mid June until frost!

Homemade Rain Barrel - good way to 'recycle' water and not have to jack up your water bill!

S is planning one of these; it has to be big enough for 4 kids. I'll not be growing much more than beans methinks!

Could build the potager fence out of bean and tomato trellises?