Our 'snap' pea trellis... ~7 ft

Our 'snap' pea trellis... ~7 ft

Simple Arched Trellis For Grapes Or Pole Beans Daily Improvisations

Simple Arched Trellis For Grapes Or Pole Beans Daily Improvisations

Climbing peas and runner beans are among the most productive vegetables in the garden, but you do have to treat them well to get the best crops. They are easy to care for once planted out and established, but the key to success is to nourish the soil well before planting time.

Grow a Row of Beans

Climbing peas and runner beans are among the most productive vegetables in the garden, but you do have to treat them well to get the best crops. They are easy to care for once planted out and established, but the key to success is to nourish the soil well before planting time.

Green bean trellis made easy   2 inch PVC pipe hammered in the ground for support. (about 20 inches each) 9-10 inches above ground.   2x2x8 boards cut at 4 ft for ends and one 8 ft piece for top.   String one piece of twine across base of  pipe. Then individually tie twine on cross beam down to bottom string.   Green beans will grow up twine naturally.   At end of season twine can be recycled for next year or put in compost.   PVC is sturdy enough to get plenty of years of use.   DON'T USE…

Green bean trellis made easy 2 inch PVC pipe hammered in the ground for support. (about 20 inches each) 9-10 inches above ground. 2x2x8 boards cut at 4 ft for ends and one 8 ft piece for top. String one piece of twine across base of pipe. Then individually tie twine on cross beam down to bottom string. Green beans will grow up twine naturally. At end of season twine can be recycled for next year or put in compost. PVC is sturdy enough to get plenty of years of use. DON'T USE…

Using a Trellis System - Your trellis system will need some kind of support: 4x4-inch posts or Studded T Posts driven into the ground are typical solutions. Lace heavy twine or wire and pattern string from top to bottom to support the crop.

Staking Vegetables

Using a Trellis System - Your trellis system will need some kind of support: 4x4-inch posts or Studded T Posts driven into the ground are typical solutions. Lace heavy twine or wire and pattern string from top to bottom to support the crop.

Sugarsnap pea trellis. Sugar snap peas, 2 ft by 5

Sugarsnap pea trellis. Sugar snap peas, 2 ft by 5

Some call it thrifty, but I will admit it, I am cheap! Check out the trellis system I made for my raised garden beds for under $5!

Raised Bed Trellis for Under $5

Some call it thrifty, but I will admit it, I am cheap! Check out the trellis system I made for my raised garden beds for under $5!

the approx. $4 DIY bean trellis

the $4 DIY bean trellis

the approx. $4 DIY bean trellis

i love the idea of a trellis covered in vines or greenery. plus, it'd be cheap.

i love the idea of a trellis covered in vines or greenery. plus, it'd be cheap.

Cucumbers like it hot. Lettuce likes it cool and shady. But with a trellis, theyre perfect companions! Use a slanted trellis to grow your cucumbers and youll enjoy loads of straight, unblemished fruit. Plant lettuce, mesclun, or spinach in the shady area beneath to protect it from wilting or bolting. Great idea! Can easily DIY!

Cucumbers like it hot. Lettuce likes it cool and shady. But with a trellis, theyre perfect companions! Use a slanted trellis to grow your cucumbers and youll enjoy loads of straight, unblemished fruit. Plant lettuce, mesclun, or spinach in the shady area beneath to protect it from wilting or bolting. Great idea! Can easily DIY!

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