OREGON by Food Farmer Earth
Here are some seasoned ideas for garden trellis designs that enable plants to climb as they grow, and that provide the necessary support for plants that are weighted down with maturing fruit. Weston Miller, Oregon State University’s Community and Urban Horticulturist, talks about different types of trellis systems for tomatoes, cucumbers, peas, and beans. By keeping plants off the ground it also gives others more room to grow. Miller shares different styles of trellises – tomato cages, a teepee trellis, a scaffolding trellis, and stakes – several of which can be made from materials often found at home.
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