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    The Homestead Survival: Heavy Duty Trellis Supports Bigger Vegetables & Creates Shade For Others

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    • Beth Newman

      Vegetable gardening tips from Longwood Gardens. Trellis for climbing vines can shade cool weather crops below.

    • Debbie Jones

      Heavy duty trellis for squash and watermelon. Grow shade plants like lettuce and carrots underneath..... another big garden idea

    • Katie Parker

      Heavy duty trellis for squash and watermelon. Grow shade plants like lettuce and carrots underneath. I think I can downsize this for our outdoor classroom garden

    • Cathy Cazares

      Nice way to increase veggie garden space and shade plants that can't too much sun

    • Kasey Quackenbush Tross

      garden trellis- lots of great garden ideas in this link

    • David Hollis

      Garden Trellis Idea -- for cukes

    • July Maus

      beautiful garden ideas

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    • Angi Evans

      Garden Trellis Idea

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