You won’t believe this! My Grow Arches are doing better than they ever have done. I have lots of vegetables growing at eye level, and it’s a lot of fun picking them.
Vertical gardening is a lot of fun, and is also VERY productive.
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AMAZING GROW ARCHES! ~Vertical Gardening At It’s BEST

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  • Paul Surratt

    Alright I have same problem in Spring with bugs here in Plano, so you have me intrigued. When did you start your Fall garden? I suppose I might need to start as week or so before you. I always thought it would be too hot.

  • TheCajunHomesteader

    Great video. We did something similar but use 3 cattle panels  9 tee post, 3 on each side and 3 on top. Works great

  • Tim Weigel

    I got to try this. What month do you plant the fall cucumbers in Texas? Squash bugs are a plague for me also in the Spring.

  • Linda G

    Authentic 'family style' Chinese recipe for yard long beans: (Pick while they are small, about the size of a pencil; if larger, beans form inside and aren't as tender.) PREP: Line up handfuls of yard long beans & cut in inch pieces. For 2 LARGE handful bunches of yard longs that equal about 2-3 pounds: Dice 1 mdm onion, and mince 1 clove garlic. Cut boneless pork (like pork chops) into pieces about the size of the bean pieces. Season the pork with salt, pepper, and enough soy sauce to coat the meat, but not be dripping wet. PREPARATION: Heat oil (prefer peanut oil) in a 4-qt pan until very hot, then add pork & quickly cook until no pink remains and meat is lightly browned. Remove meat and add onion and garlic; saute for 3-4 min, then add pork back to the pan and add yard longs. Add enough chicken broth to cover, and about 1 tabl soy sauce. Bring to a boil, then reduce to simmer and simmer for 30 min or more, until beans are tender, or have a bit of crunch left, to your taste. Wonderful served over rice as a meal (if a fair amount of pork is added), or as a veggie if only enough meat is used to flavor the dish. Of course, ham or smoked Polish-style sausage could be used instead of pork, but that turns it more into a Cajun version, than Chinese… and you could omit the soy sauce and add a dash of Tabasco, instead. Enjoy!

  • Kim Jacks

    I put up 3 arches this year. I grew Rattlesnake green beans, Boston Picklers, Cherokee Tan Pumpkins and Cantaloupe. All did great, but my pumpkins grew over my cantaloupes and crowded them out. Next year, each plant type will get it's OWN arch!

  • Mamoka Mika

    Please tell us how many yard long bean or cucumber plants on each side of the grow arch. What’s about fertilizer to keep them so good. Have you tried to grow these on a grow arch yet -bitter melon or luffa or bottle gourds?thank you so much for your inspiration and enthusiasm.

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