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Building It Up and Giving Some Support

As the heat of the summer grows (or slowly ebbs and flows), I start to see the results of my undone to-do list. In the garden the things you leave for tomorrow often end up in wildness, anarchy and...

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Looks sturdy and uses less material than it her options.

Another nice tomato trellis idea for next year's vegetable garden.

T posts and 14 or 16 gauge wire. T posts need to be driven into the ground about 2 feet to be sturdy. According to the guy that made this one, his posts have been 30 feet apart without a center support. Use foam covered twist ties to attach tomato stalks.

Square Foot Garden: Everyone with 6 square feet of space can create a raised garden bed. Mine is 4x8 ft, and has provided me with several zuchinni, eggplant, mini-peppers, and herbs such as basil and mint! So peaceful to look at and so satisfying to grow your own food.

My tomato trellis.

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Jeff Esposito
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How to build a tomato trellis using fence T posts, 100 ft roll of plastic clothesline and mounting hardware.

trellis could be made easily with recycled materials. Love the shape and position framing building and long walkway.

garden trellis---make in the style of the string & bead spiderweb pin in the gypsy board