AframeTrellis and other ideas for vertical gardening~ Vertical Gardening is a method of growing crops up a fence, trellis, or wall. Plants can be grown from the base of a garden bed or straight from the ground.
"Easy-to-build A-frame trellis to support cucumbers, small melons, gourds and sugar snap peas. Plant crops that prefer cooler temperatures, including cilantro, lettuce and spinach in the space underneath the a-frame.
Growing potatoes in containers is the perfect solution for small gardens, patios or even balconies! If you only have limited space in your garden read our potato growing guide to find out how to grow potatoes in containers.
I'd love to build these for my garden! Vegetable Garden Glossary: "A-Frame - A structure that allows you to grow more than one variety of tomato or cucumber side by side, but its compact design doesn't take up much space in the garden.
How To Prune Lilacs For Bigger Blooms: Blooming in spring, lilac flowers are big, beautiful and fragrant, making the lilac one of the most recognizable. I just planted a lilac bush and fingers crossed my ends up with lots of blooms!
Here's a great idea for your garden. Take two old pallets an a couple pieces of wood and make a trellis for cucumbers, gourds or green beans. Add some drip irrigation and you have an Eco friendly, water saving garden!