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  • Kate Sawyer

    Vegetable Gardening. Sturdy trellis design for heavey squash and melons. [landscape design by Amy Renea, found via houzz.com]

  • Connie Y

    trellis for heavier climbers such as squash and melons, lettuce underneath to maximize space (Amy Renea at Longwood Gardens)

  • Carrie Lewis

    Vegetable Garden Fence Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel, and Decor - page 20

  • Stacy Gariss

    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

  • Jennifer Kuhns

    Heavy duty trellis for squash and watermelon. Grow shade plants like lettuce underneath.

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