Gardening Tip – Vertical Gardening

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Vertical vegetable gardening saves both space and allows you to harvest produce easily.  It benefits your plants by allowing air circulation around your crops and reduces the chances your plants will get a fungal disease.

Have you tried vertical gardening?

Simply train your plants such as cucumbers, beans squash and tomatoes to grow “up”.  Use A-frames, arbors, cages, or make a teepee from stakes.  This allows the plants to climb and grow up.  You can also tie them to vertical strings or secure them to attach or climb up a wall or fence.

I did this last year with my cucumbers and green peppers.  I used a tomato cage and it worked great!  Have you tried Vertical Gardening?

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