Put strawberry plants in concrete blocks edging a garden, what a perfect way to raise a garden and when the berries wander that block wall will look so pretty and green---put blocks around my existing ground beds
Is your backyard tight on garden space and a bit too sunny? Try this incredibly clever and simply gorgeous solution: Build an arbor or trellis for your vine crops, and let them provide you with shade as they spread across the frame, producing flowers, grapes, cucumbers, melons, squash and gourds that hang overhead -- to stunning effect.
For a quick, inexpensive support for climbing plants, build a simple tipi of natural materials you may already have. Because they are easily moved, tipis lend themselves to vegetables such as runner beans, which may not occupy the same spot next year. Not only does the structure put the veggies at a convenient height for harvesting, it creates a focal point on its own.