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Hanging Squash Haha, I love this! They trained their squash plant to grow over this cute little trellis and now the gourds just hang down like fruit! ....Very heavy fruit that needs a little extra support from some well-placed caution tape-turned-sling. (EDIT: Apparently these are "Asian Melons",

A trellis of gourds

Atlanta Community Gardens
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Vegetable Arbor! Build an arbor or trellis for your vine crops, and let them provide you with shade as they spread across the frame, producing flowers, grapes, cucumbers, melons, squash and gourds that hang overhead -- to stunning effect.

3 Step Garden Trellis - Simple, natural, and ready to plant, your new cedar trellis will age soon to a nice silvery gray. We planted six varieties of tomatoes on each trellis, training them up as they grew. In fall, either cut strings and take down posts or leave over winter for a decorative accent

SBG loves lashing bamboo, poles and sticks which make a seriously cool gourd house

THE GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING...AND GIVING! | Little Homestead in the City - the Urban Homestead Journal

squash trellis - would be good to have some trellises built into the veggie garden area

Here's a great way to make your own trellis. This trellis is a great way to extend your gardening space. Grow your vegetables vertically. This trellis is easy to make and folds for easy winter storage. #garden #DIY #trellis

Pumpkin hammock - Each pumpkin vine had been trained up a metal pole, its lone fruit deposited on the net for safekeeping. The pumpkins, poised over a Lilliputian garden world (“hills of parsley, valleys of lettuces, rivers of origanum”), are meant to symbolize the daily course of the sun.

Twig cage can protect young plants from being munched on by rabbits, chickens or other critters