This video is a demonstration of how I train my squash, melons, and other vegetables to climb trellises and grow vertically. There are many benefits of growing your vegetables upwards, such as increased air flow, protection from pests, and saving space in the garden BUT I also think it looks really beautiful.
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How to Grow Summer Squash on a Trellis. Summer squash are frost-tender, warm-season annuals that can be grown throughout the United States in the summertime. Like gourds and pumpkins, squash are members of the cucumber family. Summer squash differ from winter squash primarily in their harvest date. Summer squash — which include crookneck,…
Table of contents How to Grow Summer Squash on a Trellis
Things You’ll Need 01:02
Tips & Warnings 02:38
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