Added by on 2017-07-15

Just transplanted cucumbers along the new trellis I put up so that they can grow up and be kept off the ground. Growing your own vegetables is fun and anyone can do it. You don’t have to be perfect. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGrowing Cucumbers Vertically Compared to on the GroundTrellising Options for Cucumbers, Beans, Zucchini, Squash & Melons: Grow Vertically & Save Space!Growing cucumbers and cucuzzi squash on a trellisGrowing Vertical Growing Squash Melons and Cucumbers up a nylon web trellisGrowing Cucumbers: Trellises, Preparing the Planting Bed & Using Transplants – TRG 2016Growing Plants Vertically Using A Simple Low Cost DIY Garden Arbor

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  • me 2k 6 months ago

    I will try this' its but my mellons is not planted in straight row.

  • helio raposo 6 months ago

    Where do you get the string thing strawless

  • Melissa Burdick 6 months ago

    How did the cucumbers hold up?? I was going to do something similar but they're so heavy…

  • This Old Homestead 6 months ago

    I like the idea of putting zucc. in tomato cages

  • M mangla 6 months ago

    very nice

  • north louisiana model shop 6 months ago

    Good looking trellis!!! Im gonna build one just like it, thanks for sharing.

  • Pamela Lehto 6 months ago


  • Hozea Hozea 6 months ago

    Great video ! Because I don't know anything about growing cucumbers !! I just put the seeds in the ground they are coming up ! I have a big garden so I guess they will be okay running around the garden ! LOL ! You just gave me a good Idea I can use the old election signs wire/stand to put on my plants and let them grow up those !

  • trish W 6 months ago

    no fence around your garden??! how do you keep the big and little critters out?

  • Richard Downer 6 months ago

    great video. thank you… do you have a cold,flu your voice is not sounding so good???? thumbs up great video…

  • Jim Marcum 6 months ago

    instead of standing in the hot sun for 3 or 4 hours tying knots in string why not just buy one section of cattle fence and use it over and over through the years in your garden.  but I personally like for my cucumbers to vine.

  • delsurf71 6 months ago

    Great idea to let them go clumps till final plant then trim. I usually start yearly and get lanky plants. I will try this method, it can't be bad

  • Pond River Farm 6 months ago

    do you have a video (or pictures) of later in the season as the vegetables grew up the trellis?

  • Jason Cung 6 months ago

    I like it!

  • esther hjulmand 6 months ago

    you do make me smile 🙂 keep up all your good works lovely lady !