Use your fence to grow your vegetables vertically. I bought some 6 tall deer netting from a local nursery and stapled it along the inside of my wooden fence. It has lasted for years and I grow tomatoes, peas, beans, melons, and cucumbers on it.
Cedar A-frame Squash support. Good idea for squash, cucumber, melons and other vining crops. One pinned says: "Trellising vines increases air circulation to minimize disease problems. Keeps vines and fruits off soil for a cleaner, better harvest.
How to Build a Fence Mounted Trellis - Cut a 5 x 10 foot piece of rigid wire mesh. Attach four wood blocks to the fence (one for each corner of mesh), screw a hook into each block, and fit the mesh over the hooks.
Swiss Chard One of the most beautiful vegetables you can grow, tasty Swiss chard is often used as an ornamental thanks to its bold red, yellow, orange, or white stems. 'Bright Lights' is an especially beautiful award-winning selection.
10 FLOWERS TO GROW WITH VEGETABLES Companion Planting: How To Deter Pests and Encourage Beneficial Insects Flowers among the vegetables are more than just a colourful addition. They attract pollinating insects to fertilise the flowers of beans, peas, toma
There are some plants that give off a scent that repels those bugs and keeps them away from your precious produce. Such plants – like marigolds and the borage herb plant – are very effective at keeping those pests away from your tomato plants. Plant th