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I need to build a trellis to walk under for the squash, cucumber, watermelon and cantaloupe... then make sure to have "hammocks" to support the weight of the items.

I need to build a trellis to walk under for the squash, cucumber, watermelon and cantaloupe... then make sure to have "hammocks" to support the weight of the items.

How to Make the Best Supports for Climbing Vegetables 21 May 2015, written by Benedict Vanheems    Training naturally climbing vegetables up supports yields rich rewards. By lifting plants off the ground and up towards the sun you will enjoy bigger harvests from a relatively small patch of ground. Climbing vegetables are easy to pick, require less weeding and can be used to create a leafy backdrop or windbreak for your plot.  As well as many off-the-shelf solutions such as arbours, arches…

How to Make the Best Supports for Climbing Vegetables 21 May 2015, written by Benedict Vanheems Training naturally climbing vegetables up supports yields rich rewards. By lifting plants off the ground and up towards the sun you will enjoy bigger harvests from a relatively small patch of ground. Climbing vegetables are easy to pick, require less weeding and can be used to create a leafy backdrop or windbreak for your plot. As well as many off-the-shelf solutions such as arbours, arches…

Vertical Gardening. This looks relatively simple and affordable.  If it wider you could plant tomatoes in the middle - they could be protected agains the southern heat.

Vertical Gardening. This looks relatively simple and affordable. If it wider you could plant tomatoes in the middle - they could be protected agains the southern heat.