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This video shows how we have turned our small back yard in to a large food producing space by using trellises. We grow cucumbers, pole beans, cantaloupe, and any type of vegetable that vines. The height of the trellis is eight feet and it is spaced along the center of an eight by four foot box. I hope you get inspired to try this in your yard. Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts2 Min Tip: EZ DIY Trellis to Grow Tomatoes, Watermelon, Squash & Pumpkins Verticallyhomemade spaghetti squash trellis!!Easiest Cheap DIY Trellis Ever! For Beans, Cucumbers, Squash, and More.GROWING WINTER SQUASH UP A TRELLIS UPDATE 5-24-2012Butternut Squash Grown On A Trellis.Cucumber and squash trellis (for under $10)

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  • Gregarious Antithesis 1 year ago

    If you put squash, melons, and cucumbers in close vicinity to each other they will cross pollinate and you end up with some really weird tasting vegetables. So if you want you different varieties of squash or mellows or cucumbers to taste like they are suppose to never put them on the same trellis and it is best to space them opposite sides of the garden. One year we ended up with cucumbers that looked and tasted like a cantaloupe/cucumber on the inside with huge seeds.

  • Huy Tran 1 year ago

    are you mixing all calculus , squash , and  cucumber on 1 trellis ? , are they grow and get along very well ? im thinking about to grow them together like that , love your video !

  • greenbaylady 1 year ago

    what size is the lumber you used on the trellises?

  • BigDave4600 1 year ago

    Very nice. I've always liked growing vining crops.

  • Cashflow is Contagious! 1 year ago

    Great presentation.  Will definitely give this idea a try.
     Please keep posting.

  • ExposedRoot 1 year ago

    Nice. Thanks.