Grow pumpkins vertically to make them fit in small gardens:  Choose a small pumpkin variety to grow this way, because a large pumpkin can take the trellis down.  Plus how to grow, plant and harvest.

How to Grow Pumpkins on a Fence

Save space for growing pumpkins or other vegetable or flowers. Keeps them off the ground. Great way to grow pumpkins and save space

Trellis for pumpkins Consider using the existing stakes from the Podocarpus bush. Could work with the metal grids for additional support.

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Pallet Garden Pumpkin Trellis

Tutorial: How to build a squash, melon, and/or bean house out of wood pallets. Easy, cheap and a great garden space saver! Maybe stack 2 together?

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30-Minute Recipes

Republished with permission from thehomesteadsurvi. These great tips of how to save gardening space by growing vertically up allows you use less ground space while growing vining plants or vegetables. For those who have plenty of room in the backyard to

Based on past experience with growing pumpkins on the ground, I think this is SUCH a good idea.

Sweet Life in The : Spring Garden Inspiration from Epcot and Disney* Sweet Gardening I can see this working with watermelon hmmmmm

Simple Arched Trellis For Grapes Or Pole Beans Daily Improvisations

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simple arched trellis using ranch panel might be perfect for beans.it's up in my garden now. Planting beans tonite for fall crop

looks like a fairy garden... pretty climbing pumpkins. (Needs a really big garden at some point)

9+ Vegetable Gardens, using Vertical Gardening Ideas

Monrovia arbor of curcurbits *In small garden spaces plant bush type varieties or trellis (many types of winter squash, small pumpkins and gourds do well growing vertical).

We planted a vertical pumpkin patch in our tiny urban backyard

We planted a vertical pumpkin patch in our tiny urban backyard

tilted trellis for climbing plants and shade for lettuces  #aNestforAllSeasons  #LongwoodGardens

trellis laid on an angle for climbing plants; good solution for heavier climbers (quash, watermelon) b/c of thickness & strength of wood panel. Once the vines start climbing the trellis, they provide shade for lettuces underneath.

Grow Pumpkins vertically by using a pumpkin trellis if using smaller varieties. Can be planted along with winter squash. If growing larger varieties, hold the pumpkins in its place by using nylon nets. The flowers of pumpkin can also be dipped in batter and deep fried for an interesting snack! Grows well with radishes as flea beetles are warded off by radishes.

Grow Pumpkins vertically by using a pumpkin trellis if using smaller varieties. If growing larger varieties, hold the pumpkins in its place by using nylon nets.

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