Added by on 2015-09-17

In today’s 2 minute tip, I share how we train vertical crops like tomatoes, winter squash, pumpkins, watermelons, and scarlet runner beans up our conduit/remesh trellises. One Yard Revolution is all about growing a lot of food on a little land using sustainable organic methods, while keeping costs and labor at a minimum. Emphasis is placed on improving soil quality with compost, mulch, and compost tea. No store-bought fertilizers, soil amendments, pesticides, compost activators, etc. are used. Join me on Facebook: Channel Page: Featured Video: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to PLANT & GROW with Cattle Panel Arched Trellises | Vertical Gardening HelpHow to PLANT & GROW with Cattle Panel Arched Trellises | Vertical Gardening HelpVertical Vegetable Garden in 50 rupees only | DIY | Gardening with Deepa MenghaniHydroponics in apartment balcony | Vertical Gardening at home using PVC pipe| NFT systemMoney Plant Wall Hanging Ideas / Money Plant Decoration / Vertical Gardening IdeasFour reasons to go for Vertical #Gardening

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  • Jason Werk 5 years ago

    Thanks for the tip about weaving the vines.

  • Sandra Citelly 5 years ago

    you are so good because for me take 30 minutes to wash my garden every day…i know i have to get a better technigue, thank you for your videos.?

  • msfabfinds 5 years ago

    My 1st year growing pumpkins on trellis's, was wondering if I should weave the plants thru or tie um to the trellis…thanks for the tips, couldn't find an answer to this on YouTube until I found this video! Thanks! ??

  • Pete Smyth 5 years ago

    What orientation are your garden beds you use for vertical gardens? Do they shade out the other beds??

  • Jim S 5 years ago

    When you train your veggies, it's important that they want to learn. 😉
    Good stuff, as usual, Patrick.?

  • Natural Jersey Girl 5 years ago

    What I'm Watching on YouTube: 2 Min. Tip: How We Train Crops Up Trellises (Vertical Gardening) #organic #gardening #zone7 #njgarden?

  • California Gardening 5 years ago

    Thanks for the tips, very helpful!?

  • Adrian Fox 5 years ago

    All very easy, but my problem with melons and watermelons is how to prune them to stop them taking over the entire trellis or section of garden.

    I let the main shoot reach around 4 feet and then pinch it out, and pinch out the sideshoots lower down at three or four leaves.

  • Winter Squash 5 years ago

    Lovely video and your videos look well thought and beautiful! I have just subscribed to your channel and Liked your video. Do you keep hens also? I have a few chickens and one of the cutest ones is broody now:

    My little Garden of Eden:

    A short upplufting allotment musical:

    Some humble automtic watring :


  • Organic Gardening in North Carolina 5 years ago

    Thanks for that Patrick. Trellises do really save space in the garden!?

  • Patrick Meehan 5 years ago

    That's neat work Patrick?

  • Cate's Garden 5 years ago

    Great vid and I use the "hammock" technique for heavy fruits/veggies too. ;)?

  • phxtonash 5 years ago

    One thing you left out is how fun it is to train plants. Love your garden.?

  • McDowall Manor 5 years ago

    Always worth watching mate.?

  • McDowall Manor 5 years ago

    So get weaving….

  • Keyplayr61 Greenhouse Hydroponics And Gardens 5 years ago

    Good tips, Patrick!?

  • The homeschool family Northern Ireland 5 years ago

    hi weve subscribed to your channel its great,i hope you can come check us out and subscribe with us,lets stay connected?

  • The Productive Garden 5 years ago

    Nice tip Patrick. Lots of good ideas here.?

  • TheOldWoodworker 5 years ago

    Great tip Patrick