Added by on 2018-06-03

An easy way to save space in your garden is to train your vining vegetables up onto a trellis. This makes it easy to pick the cucumbers, saves space, brings light and air into the center of the plant, and looks nice too. We show you how to get your cucumbers growing up the trellis and how we utilize a cattle panel as an easy method of creating that trellis system. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsTraining Squash & Cucumbers On Trellis Small Space Grow VerticalFirst Garden #12 – Planting Zucchini and Cucumbers and Easy Trellis IdeasEasiest Cheap DIY Trellis Ever! For Beans, Cucumbers, Squash, and More.Garden Trellis for Cucumbers and MelonsGrowing cucumbers and cucuzzi squash on a trellisGrowing Vertical Growing Squash Melons and Cucumbers up a nylon web trellis

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  • Barbara Waters 8 months ago

    Really really, really really, really really, really really?

  • living Off Grid McGarvey style 8 months ago

    Thanks for sharing. Doing a trellis on my cucumbers this year. Have a great day..!!

  • Saved by grace 8 months ago

    Great video! Are you a Christian?

  • M mangla 8 months ago

    Thank you for the information

  • Chelle Weatherspoon 8 months ago

    Thank you this is just what I needed!

  • smart451cab 8 months ago

    How do you get a 16' cattle panel home? Delivery charges would be more than the cost of the panel.

  • Chandler Nuttal 8 months ago

    How many plants did you but on that trellis

  • RD Kitchen Garden 8 months ago

    what variety of cucumbers do you plant. My cucumbers don't grow very tall at all. Great tutorial. Have a marvellous day

  • Tom Dearing 8 months ago

    Nice video. Easy instructions. Thanks. Appreciate your instructional videos.

  • Jesus is Lord 8 months ago

    Cucumber fanatic here 🙂 Please give more updates on your cucumber plants as time goes by! Cucumbers are probably my favorite vegetable to grow And I have probably around 70 plants growing in my backyard. Thanks for the idea on the trellis but I probably won't be able to use cattle panels as I live in the suburbs and just is not ideal for my circumstances. Thank you for uploading