Sharla Snider
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Like the look of these over typical trellis for vertical growing

Like the look of these over typical trellis for vertical growing. perfect for small gardens where there isn't much space - grow upwards instead of out! Great for my small garden!

trellis across raised beds (more room for the beds and adds a pretty little 'tunnel' under the future plantings!

Trellis between two raised beds increases your growing space and creates shade! Grow lettuce & other plants that need afternoon shade under the trellis. Position beds so that the shaded plants receive morning sun.

A-frame in corrugated metal raised beds! This type of trellis system works great with climbers such as tomatoes,  cukes, squash, and etc. The heavier fruits will need to be mimi-hammocked for support. T-shirt & nylons are the best materials for this.

YES PLEASE, green bean teepees. This is amazing! What a great idea for some serious green bean growing. This would also work for strawberries, peas, grapes and possibly squash varieties. Basically, anything that can grow vertically!

Jerry Finkelstein at his 3-foot high raised beds -- the beds are built on a base of milk crates or plastic barrels, with 10" of soil on top. It's an ingenious system to get the beds to counter height for easy weeding and harvesting.

Jerry Finkelstein at his high raised beds - the beds are built on a base of milk crates or plastic barrels, with 10 of soil on top. Its an ingenious system to get the beds to counter height for easy weeding and harvesting. - My Garden Window