DIY Garden Plant Stakes by The Wood Grain Cottage
By pruning and staking zucchini, you can grow them in significantly less space, with no loss of productivity. Here’s how it works. - Plant a 4′ stake in the ground right next to your zucchini. It’s best to do this at the time you plant the seeds, so you don’t risk damaging the roots. - As the zucchini grows and produces fruit, cut off all leaves between the fruit and the ground. When it gets long enough, tie the vine to the stake.
Use a strong garden stake, or a piece of rebar from your home and garden store. Get several clay pots (with single drainage hole at bottom). Slide the biggest pot onto stake, tilt until the side touches the stake. Repeat tilting opposite way every other pot.
Wire Wrap Plant Stakes Garden Art Whimsy Fairy by brambleoak