I had to build a tall semi permanent garden trellis to grow a very long variety of Italian/Sicilian squash called “Cucuzza”. I used T-posts, cattle panels, electrical conduit and wired it all together. The cattle panels are 8ft long and 50 inches high that I purchased at Tractor supply. The T-posts were 8ft tall and I also used electrical conduit that I bought at Home depot.
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Take a look at how I’ve been growing my vertical garden using cattle panel trellis.
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