Vertical gardening saves your back, money and weeding efforts while increasing your yields per square foot. Read on to get started with suitable plants and their trellises, and which you need for vertical growing.
Use your fence to grow your vegetables vertically. I bought some 6 tall deer netting from a local nursery and stapled it along the inside of my wooden fence. It has lasted for years and I grow tomatoes, peas, beans, melons, and cucumbers on it.
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