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Two wire-mesh panels leaning against each other make a quick-to-assemble support structure for two tomato plants at once. Plant a tomato vine at the base of each panel. Clip or wire the tops together for stability. When it's time to clean up the garden, the panels stack flat, saving on storage space.

Two wire-mesh panels leaning against each other make a quick-to-assemble support structure for two tomato plants at once. Plant a tomato vine at the base of each panel. Clip or wire the tops together for stability.

Bad Dürkheim, Tomatenlaube in einem Privatgarten (tomato pergola in a private garden) by HEN-Magonza, via Flickr by Hercio Dias

Bad Dürkheim, Tomatenlaube in einem Privatgarten (tomato pergola in a private garden) by HEN-Magonza, via Flickr by Hercio Dias

Ewa in the Garden: 14 ideas for bean poles - Inspirational Monday  For our green beans!

Ewa in the Garden: 14 ideas for bean poles - Inspirational Monday For our green beans!

gardengallery:Vegetable Garden by KarlGercens.com on Flickr.

Curb Appeal for the Vegetable Garden Adding flowers to the ends of the rows makes a HUGE difference in how it looks. (have to try this with raised beds)

Camp Wander: How to Deep Water Tomato Plants

How to "Deep Water" Tomato Plants. Great time and water saver! Also has a list of uses for essential oils.

Tomato problems: why a tomato cracks and what to do about it

Why a tomato cracks and what to do about it

Why a Tomato Cracks and What to Do About It Tomato cracks (sometimes called “growth cracks”) are a problem associated with growing conditions. Dry weather that gives way to excessive watering or a rainy period can lead to cracking.

14 Plants You Can Grow in Your Apartment - and Eat! - Page 7 of 16 - Bless My Weeds

14 Plants You Can Grow in Your Apartment – and Eat!

WARNING - clicking on this does NOT go to learning how to grow tomatoes all winter --- it goes to a website that is IMAGES ONLY ! This post is misleading Real Food Winter Tomatoes - Grow Tomatoes Indoors all Winter Long

I made the first version of these cages in 1988 out of cheap wooden boards, and with a little patching, I have used them ever since. With added rungs, the cages also can be used for cucumbers or similar vegetables, or you can add strings and use them for

Learn to Make Folding Tomato Cages - DIY

~Growing your own medicine - this lady gives tons of info on medicinal herbs!  Which ones, what they're good for, how to grow and how to prepare them - what a score~

NUTRITION-Healing herbs Growing your own medicine - this lady gives tons of info on medicinal herbs! Which ones, what they're good for, how to grow and how to prepare them - what a score

A great idea for growing your #tomatoes vertically!

15 Fun Ideas for Growing Tomatoes

Lean on Me.Two wire-mesh panels leaning against each other make a quick-to-assemble support structure for two tomato plants at once. Plant a tomato vine at the base of each panel. Clip or wire the tops together for stability.

How to build a super sturdy tomato cage.  Don't re-enforce with rebar and you don't need strengh or bolt cutters.    Get yourself a pair of Fencing pliers, don't worry about perfect bends just make it round and take the cross wires out at the bottom so that you can stake it right into the ground, works like a charm.

Super-Sturdy Tomato Cage The ultimate tomato support is strong enough to stand up to summer storms and bumper crops. Cages are constructed from livestock panels—rigid, fence sections, made of heavy-gauge galvanized wire and sold at farm-supply stores.

Vertical Gardening | Rodale's Organic Life

8 Fire Escape Flower Boxes That Improve The View

vertical gardening trellising tomatoes - I like this idea. You could add decorative metal brackets onto a fence or brick wall and do the same.

Twine-Star Supports - Martha Stewart Home

Twine-Star Supports - Martha Stewart Lawn and GardenStar supports for tomato plants. The pentagram has such a deep connection to earth and growth!

Tomato Cradle, a great invention. Uses furring strips and supports the plant without staking or tying.

Think I might have to make these for my tomato plants. Tomato Cradle, a great invention. Uses furring strips and supports the plant without staking or tying.

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