DIY Wood Pallet Pumpkin Trellis #woodpallets #diy #gardening

DIY Wood Pallet Pumpkin Trellis #woodpallets #diy #gardening

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

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.

Two Men and a Little Farm: PUMPKIN TRELLIS, INSPIRATION THURSDAY

Two Men and a Little Farm: PUMPKIN TRELLIS, INSPIRATION THURSDAY

a vertical pumpkin patch in a tiny urban backyard | Offbeat Home

We planted a vertical pumpkin patch in our tiny urban backyard

a vertical pumpkin patch in a tiny urban backyard | Offbeat Home

Squash, pumpkin and cucumber trellises ready to be climbed....

Squash, pumpkin and cucumber trellises ready to be climbed....

Pantyhose Plant Hammock  - CountryLiving.com

16 Garden Hacks You'd Never Think to Try

Pantyhose Plant Hammock - CountryLiving.com

Growing pumpkins requires 3 things: space, heat, and ample water. Learn how to grow pumpkins successfully no matter how much space you have!

Growing pumpkins requires 3 things: space, heat, and ample water. Learn how to grow pumpkins successfully no matter how much space you have!

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

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

Build a trellis.  Using sturdy materials like 2 x 4’s and hardware cloth, you can fashion trellises for all of your climbing and vining edibles, making more room in the ground for vegetables and herbs that tend to bush or clump. Small pumpkins, summer squash, cucumbers, peas, and green beans will love scrambling up the trellis, and they’ll be easier to maintain and harvest when their long vines are elevated.

Build a trellis. Using sturdy materials like 2 x 4’s and hardware cloth, you can fashion trellises for all of your climbing and vining edibles, making more room in the ground for vegetables and herbs that tend to bush or clump. Small pumpkins, summer squash, cucumbers, peas, and green beans will love scrambling up the trellis, and they’ll be easier to maintain and harvest when their long vines are elevated.

A family garden plan that will get, keep kids engaged - The Denver Post

A family garden plan that will get, keep kids engaged

A family garden plan that will get, keep kids engaged - The Denver Post

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