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A walk through our garden to show a few different ways we have configured cattle panels vertical garden supports in our raised garden beds. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHog Panels Make the Best Trellis for Growing Vertical in a Raised Bed GardenThe Benefits of Gardening in Raised BedsThe Benefits of Gardening in Raised Bedsraised beds – raised beds and plantersEcho Visit Growing in Raised Beds on concrete Roofs and Urban Gardening in Tropical AreasVegetable Gardening : How to Plant Raised Vegetable Beds

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  • Fabian Mora 2 months ago

    Trellis heaven:) love your garden y'all really did think outside the box kudos!

  • Mike Cox 2 months ago

    Good looking garden and cattle panels work great. Also in central Arkansas about 30 minutes S/W of Russellville. All the best!

  • sheryl napier 2 months ago

    I used cattle panels as well and loved them! They really make gardening easier. Don't know if anyone else posted this or not but your zip ties will eventually get dry rot and will need to be replaced. Thanks for posting from Maine, USA

  • Midsummer night 2 months ago

    Wow! I've found my people and garden inspiration! Loved when hubby posed at the end. Very nice work. We are entering our third year of a huge garden endeavor ourselves, and it has been a lot of work as you know. We just got our first of many cattle panels the other day and want to make an arch or trellis by cutting in half. Still not sure.

  • Quentin Smith 2 months ago

    Some great Ideas.

  • Lynn Lamont 2 months ago

    I made a twenty foot arbor with the t posts and cattle panels. I planted green beans on the inside and outside. I canned 134qts. of beans. Everyone called it a green bean garage. I attached the panels about a foot up on the posts to make it higher so the beans had plenty of room to run.

  • Not a Farm Girl: a Homestead Adventure 2 months ago

    Your garden looks so beautiful just trellis without anything growing in it I can’t wait to see the next video and see what you grew!

  • Melanie MSG 2 months ago

    The more I see cattle panels on gardens the more I realize we need to use them for our gardening. Our hesitance stems from living on a slope and needing to buy t posts and possibly other things to support cattle panels from gravity, having to balance them with braces due to steep slopes and strong winds.

  • Dolly Perry 2 months ago

    Did you have good luck with squash on the cattle panels? I don't see a follow up video.

  • Like your set up.You have a good sense of value in getting your infrastructure built economically and to last.

  • Harry Pitts 2 months ago

    Awesome! Will last a generation

  • Bridgette Maharaj 2 months ago

    New Subbie/Fan and just have to say BRILLIANT! LOVE your garden and TFS! coz I have been trying to figure out a way to build a permanent raised bed garden. Looking forward to seeing your bounty next year. (HUUUGS) AR family roots! <3 <3 <3

  • Careless Whispers 2 months ago

    Wonder what kind of dope head thumbed down your vid.

  • Careless Whispers 2 months ago

    Hey there! Great vid. Looks like someone also noticed your raised bed. Can you do a video on that too please! Trust me, it will go viral! Mark my words. Great job. Looks frikkin' awesome. And the trellis idea is also creative and unique (the arch between raised beds). /cheers.

  • Josie Gallegos 2 months ago

    Thank you for sharing. I will use this on my garden.

  • manzoor shah 2 months ago

    Hii sweet baby

  • Fensterfarm Greenhouse 2 months ago

    Very impressive. Love the look of the arches that the panels make! Love the arm art too!

  • The Declercq Homestead 2 months ago

    Great video Jess ☺️❤️

  • Guildbrook Farm - Off Grid Living 2 months ago

    Love your rough saw cut log beds and awesome cattle panel trellises! They look amazing!