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  • Elizabeth McVey

    Cucumber A frame by veggiegardener: Secret hiding place : ) #veggiegardener

  • 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

  • Jodi Ellenbogen Rosen

    Cucumber TeePee by veggiegardener: Secret hiding place :) Neat idea for my raised beds...

  • Ashley Smith

    Vertical gardening ideas.

  • Sarah West

    vertical garden trellis

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