Growing Up Is the Best Way to Make Use of Your Space
Growing Cucumbers Vertically:
Growing Gourds Vertically and in Pots:
Growing Melons and Watermelon:
Growing Squash Vertically:
Growing Beans and Peas
Caging & Trellising Tomato Plants:
There are two types of tomato plants – determinate and indeterminate. The determinate ones are fantastic for getting a big harvest, all at one time, that you can use for canning and preserving. These plants typically reach 3 to 4 feet tall, produce their crop and then they are finished. Indeterminate tomatoes will keep growing, growing, growing, and can reach up to 7 feet tall. Can you imagine a traditional tomato cage being able to handle that? Here are 3 ideas for growing indeterminate tomato plants vertically.
Vertical Strawberry Pots:
Build Your Own Vertical Trellis or Obelisk :
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