Added by on 2015-09-27

Here’s an update to previous Vertical Garden DIY video. In this video I’ll show you the progress of my organic cucumbers ascending up the trellis wall. Vertical Gardening is awesome! View the original DIY Vertical Garden Video here: John of shows what he is growing in his small planter box for the winter season. He is growing over a dozen snow peas and sugar snap peas vegetables plants up galvenized fencing. You can grow in an aparment patio or condo balcony or other small space too! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsVertical Gardening – DIY Cucumber Trellis – Week 8Vertical Gardening – DIY Cucumber Trellis – Week 8Vertical Gardening – DIY Cucumber TrellisHow to Make a 6 foot Cucumber & Vegetable Trellis in 15 Minutes: Grow Vertical! – TRG 2014Easy and Simple Cucumber Trellis for Vertical Growing by the California GardenerPopular Videos – Trellis & Cucumber

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  • Tanja F 2 years ago

    Wow! Awesome! If slugs got them, I wouldn't be surprised. We lost a few zucchini plants during a late night ferocious snail feast. Don't get discouraged. I just sent a nasturtium across the street for transplanting. Check for a new/stray pot in the planter near your hand rail in the front. Just water it well for about the first week and it should do just fine. If you lose the plant, don't worry, we've got plenty more volunteers that are popping up around the yard that we would be happy to share. Once they get started, there's no stopping them!?

  • OneYardRevolution | Frugal & Sustainable Organic Gardening 2 years ago

    Your garden is looking great Joe! Nice trellis.?

  • Patriot John Adams 2 years ago

    Great job there, thanks for sharing!?

  • LCJ farms 2 years ago

    lots of pickles?

  • Permaculture Prepper 2 years ago

    binky is way cuter lol.

  • Growing with Joe 2 years ago

    Here's an update to previous Vertical Garden DIY video. #garden #verticalgarden #DIY?

  • deanna morris 2 years ago

    Chico is soo cute!?

  • Wendi Phan 2 years ago

    That's so nice that you foster dogs. Do you feed them homemade food too? That crunch sure makes anyone want a bite!?

  • DONKIEKIZZLE 2 years ago

    You're a great guy. Thank you for everything you do.?

  • Hazel McCann 2 years ago

    Thanks for your video. Chico is adorable what a sweet dog. Hope he finds a good home, or an stay with you and enjoy those peas!?

  • Connielovesphotos 2 years ago

    Thank you for this video. Very helpful. ?

  • leifcatt 2 years ago

    That's cute that Chico likes the peapods.?

  • joanna lanzoni 2 years ago

    Thanks for all your tips.I started my own veggie garden this year,Not doing so well.Next year will be much better,for I have started my own compose pile.I watch your videos almost daily.My front yard is very bland,with no fencing.I would like to start some veggies in that area.Can you suggest some that will provide some what privacy all summer long around the edges?

  • Micah Massey 2 years ago

    I'm just glad we got to see Chico!

  • Sarah DeWitt 2 years ago

    Hey John. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. I have a container similar to the bed you've planted your peas in. In it I now have parsley, which is going to be pulled, on one end, and African daisies on the opposite end, which are going to stay. Are there any contraindications with planting snap peas with the flowers? Thanks in advance.

  • Loriel Adams 2 years ago

    Hi John. If I am growing snow peas and lemon cucumbers together, how many plants can I put in a container that is 26 inches long? The width is 20 inches but I have some lettuce plants in the front of the container

  • Kimberly Betz 2 years ago

    LOL My dogs love snow peas too! Especially this little white fuzz ball I'm holding in my pic! She'll be happy that we're going to grow them in our new garden at our new home. Thanks for all the helpful info! Hope Chico finds a loving forever home. =)

  • ???? ????? 2 years ago

    that sounds good, there is also a simple method I use for aphids- a small paintbrush to get them out of crevices/small areas and out from under curly leaves.

  • ASN2NV 2 years ago

    When I firsts moved to my current apartment from a house, I really hated the small spaces. Your video is inpiring, I'm now thinking of starting a garden again, on my balcony this time. Snow Pea is one of my favourite, sorry to be a pain but at what point (how many weeks) will I need to make a rack/net for the pea to climb? thank you

  • togio100 2 years ago

    Do you rotate crops out of that container? I ask because I know gardeners like to take advantage of peas and beans' nitrogen fixing abilities by planting nitrogen-loving plants in plots they had grown their peas and beans in.

  • Miranda Mason 2 years ago

    Great info! I also love the fact that you foster dogs. That's wonderful!

  • Universal Mastery 2 years ago

    "Kill-shelter"? What paradox wording… horrible.

  • randy rasmijn 2 years ago

    hallo John and other readers, some people have a lot of problem with deseases and insect(bugs) on to their organic veggies/fruits a great tip to them: crush or blend hot peppers, garlic table vinager yield(1.1.1) then mix with 24 oz of water let sit a day or two to concentrate then u can spray this on the plants to help keep bugs and insects away now for some deseases you can use one package of tabaco into a ten gallon of water let sit 1 or 2 days then spray it on the plant that have the deseas

  • Vanessa J. 2 years ago

    Yep, my dogs loves those too.

  • Paul Nixon 2 years ago

    Thank you

  • Yolanda Soto Lopez 2 years ago

    I have a rottie that loves spinach, we have to put wire around the spinach to keep him out