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Vegetable Garden Planning – How to Trellis

Growing your plants vertically rather than horizontally can save space in the garden. Using a trellis is the most common method as it allows you to grow the vines with ease. Because lattice plants have less contact with the soil, their production does not rot easily.

The recumbent is also easier when harvesting vertically grown plants than in a row of plants in the ground. If your trellis is done properly it can make your garden more attractive.

Plants growing on your trellis include pumpkins, tomatoes, peas, and grapes. Flowers such as bougainvillea, jasmine, wisteria, bindweed, and hydrangea also thrive when mounted on trellises.

What material for your grille: wood, PVC, or metal?

There are three popular options when building a grid: wood, PVC, and metal. There are many advantages and disadvantages for everyone.

Wooden pergolas seem to be the most common, and also the easiest to make if you want to make your own. A wooden pergola can also look pretty if it’s made well. However, in my experience, they don’t last too long unless you apply a protective layer.

In contrast, PVC frames are made of waterproof material and therefore usually last longer than wooden frames. You can also purchase attractive ready-made PVC grids if you don’t have the time or expertise to make them yourself. The disadvantage is that it is not environmentally friendly and easily brittle in extreme weather.

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