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Build this Hoop Trellis to Grow Your Cantaloupe and Watermelon Vertically. In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike shows you how he built a hoop trellis so he could grow his cantaloupe and watermelon vertically to help save on some space. Growing your vining plants vertically is going to save you a lot of space. In order to do that you need to use a trellis or some other vertical structure for the plants to grow up. In this video I show you how I am going to grow cantaloupe and watermelon, vertically, with the help of what is called a hoop trellis. Using nothing more than PVC, threaded rods and some fenciing, all of which are available at any home center, you can put this together also. GARDEN TOOLS USED IN THIS VIDEO ========================================================= Seeding Square ( PVC Zip Ties ( Threaded rod Fencing FOLLOW THE VEGETABLE GARDENING SHOW ========================================================= 🔴 YouTube ( 🔴 Facebook ( 🔴 Twitter ( 🔴 Pinterest ( 🔴 Instagram ( DO YOU WANT TO APPEAR ON THE VEGETABLE GARDENING SHOW? CONTACT MIKE TODAY AT: ========================================================= 📇 ========================================================= ========================================================= ========================================================= ========================================================= IF YOU WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT, GROWING VERTICALLY, CHECK OUT THESE BEST SELLERS ========================================================= ✔️ Vertical Gardening: Grow Up, Not Out, for More Vegetables and Flowers in Much Less Space ( ✔️ Vertical Vegetables & Fruit: Creative Gardening Techniques for Growing Up in Small Spaces ( ✔️ Vertical Gardening: 30 Lessons How To Create Amazing Vertical Gardens and Aeroponic Vertical Tower Gardens at Home: (Small Yards, Balcony Gardens, Planting) ( SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER SO YOU NEVER MISS A VIDEO ====================================================== 📧 GET MIKE’S BOOK TODAY ========================================================= 📚 Vegetable Gardening For The Average Person: A Guide To Vegetable Gardening For The Rest Of Us ( HELP SUPPORT THE VEGETABLE […]

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  • Two Turtle Gardens 6 months ago

    Getting my winter projects together lol.. Nice idea..

  • Vaso Midelashvili 6 months ago

    Great idea thanks a lot

  • Azannah11 6 months ago

    Is there another video showing you melons growing?

  • Brian Ramsey 6 months ago

    the seeds were planted on the inside of the trellis? how did I work did u do an update vid?

  • Joe Dieckhaus 6 months ago

    What length of pvc did you use. This is our first yr growing cantloupe. We live in central il

  • Chris Lang 6 months ago

    Did you have problems with cross pollination between the watermelon and cantaloupe? I had this problem before with them planted too close together.

  • Debra Arizona 6 months ago

    That was a great,and easy idea building that trellis with very simple supplies.thank you and your little helper for sharing your awesome idea!!

  • tannenbaum 6 months ago

    Not stiff enough to hold the cantelope or water mellons, and too many seeds.

  • Jessica Hoffman 6 months ago

    How long is the pvc used to make the hoop? And how thick is it?

  • Two Turtle Gardens 6 months ago

    This was an excellent instructional video. I will implement this for my watermelon garden. A big thank You!

  • phillip staton 6 months ago

    Hi Mike: Thank You for the great video and information. Do You have an update on the hoop trellis with the cantaloupe? If not how well did the cantaloupe do? You have made me very interested in both the hoop trellis and the square ft. gardening. I might have missed it, How long were your pvc tubes? It looked like halve of your seeds were planted inside the trellis. Please correct me if I am wrong. Again Thank You.

  • Bobo Zion 6 months ago

    Greetings, great video. One question, after you put down the paper is the mulch the only thing you add? Or did you add soil as well?

  • Ken Byler 6 months ago

    How long are the PVC pipes… Also, are they 1/4"???