Added by on 2016-05-22

You can save a lot of space and get more vegetables by growing your cucumbers and vine vegetables up a trellis. I show you how to make a 6 foot trellis for about .00 in under 15 minutes. No bolts, screws or nails. Just tie up some wire shelving to wood posts. It is that easy. This design is great for peas, pole beans, cucumbers, summer squash, winter squash and melons. New to Gardening? Check out my 2nd Gardening YouTube Channel dedicated to New Gardeners. The videos are longer and more detailed. Each video presents as if you are new to gardening. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAPRtyacJ69AUdb7o-TZLSw Join My Google+ Gardening Community called Our Tomato & Vegetable Gardens – we are approaching 5000 world-wide gardeners: https://plus.google.com/communities/114956817444053979636 or Link from My YouTube Page. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsVertical Gardening – DIY Cucumber Trellis – Week 52015 SFG – How to Build a Trellis to aid vertical gardening – Square Foot GardenVertical Gardening – DIY Cucumber Trellis – Week 8Vertical Gardening – DIY Cucumber Trellis – Week 8Vertical Gardening – DIY Cucumber TrellisEasy and Simple Cucumber Trellis for Vertical Growing by the California Gardener

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19 Comments

  • Peregrin1972 1 year ago

    Just what I was looking for–an easy, inexpensive way to make trellises for growing up! Thanks so much for making this video! :)

  • hilbilee's 1 year ago

    $12.00 my contracting ass sorry Gary but I call bullshit.

  • britney ellis 1 year ago

    is this good for a pole bean?

  • Shaheen Tariq 1 year ago

    good idea

  • Michele Fawcett (The Dreaming Dilettante) 1 year ago

    I really enjoyed this video and I actually have some of this shelving already. Would you plant one plant per 2 pieces of shelving or could you do more? When you talked about how to train it I was thinking that maybe only one plant per 2 shelves. Thanks so much!

  • cajanwitch60 1 year ago

    could you grow  watermelons and other melons if you cemented your metal pieces & painted wood into the ground with pantyhose to hold the growing melons in?  Like your videos.

  • Anieve Marks 1 year ago

    Got the materials yesterday to make this! Have you posted any update videos of this trellis?

  • Kelly F 1 year ago

    Thanks for all of your informative videos! This year I will be planting in a community garden and will have limited space. I want to try and grow one watermelon plant vertically and have been researching the best ways to do so. It is very windy where I live (near a beach), so I'm wondering if I should do it this way or angle it slightly somehow to distribute the weight differently in case of strong winds/heavy fruit. Thanks in advance for any tips.

  • Pine Meadows Hobby Farm A Modern Homestead 1 year ago

    Thanks Gary
    This is such great information I can deploy here on Pine Meadows Hobby Farm.
    I subbed your channel because you have such good ideas.

  • chuckciao1 1 year ago

    Fabulous idea! Thanks

  • Hearthsong 1 year ago

    How about zip ties to fasten. even faster

  • Dolly Perry 1 year ago

    Do you prune your cucumber vines? Do you limit how many vines come from the plant? How close should the mulch be to the plant? Last year I had terrible trouble with bitter cucumbers!!

  • Tom Kastner 1 year ago

    Can you grow musk melons on your Trellis that you make or are they to heavy? Thanks Tom

  • Kim Jameson 1 year ago

    I misread the title and was hoping to learn how to grow a six-foot cucumber.

  • knitnpaint 1 year ago

    Great idea. I have some of those shelves in the shop that are not beeing used right now. I have hoophouse anchors to fit 1 inch pvc pipes I can use to tie them to when my hoophouse comes down for the summer. whoo hoo I an happy now. Only have to get some pvc pipe.

  • Code 3 1 year ago

    Would love to have seen a picture of cucumbers at harvest time

  • SomebodyYouDontKnow 1 year ago

    Are those posts made of treated wood?

  • Michael Duvic 1 year ago

    Brilliant

  • This is necessary if you're thinking about planting in a restricted area, we didn't have much space to use but this method is great. Thanks