I have an update on how well our cattle panel garden trellis worked along with the featured posts from last week’s Tuesday Garden Party. Be sure to scroll down and link up or share what’s happening in your garden in the comments below.
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Here’s how the DIY Garden Trellis worked for us this year,
I love growing pole beans in the garden. You plant them and they just keep on giving, until you pull them up. Our beans are still producing really well, so well that I’ve started sharing with the neighbors. We have enough canned green beans to last us for about a year now.
To support my pole beans, cucumbers and sugar snap peas, I use a DIY Garden Trellis made from a cattle panel. The beans have fully taken over their panel. The cucumbers don’t get as full, but they do climb up the trellis quite well. If you need a trellis for next year consider making a cattle panel one. They work well, are easy to store for the winter (since they fold flat) and they’re sturdy too. Great for growing plants vertically.
Now onto the feature posts from last week’s Tuesday Garden Party,
1. Gentle Joy Homemaker, shared some great information on using dill
2. One Creative Mommy, shared her strawberry spinach salad, I’m always on the lookout for new salad recipes
3. Garden Matter, shared a few recipes for Herb Infused Oils and Vinegars
4. Life Currents, shared how to grow green onions on the cheap
5. Green Phone Booth, shared Garden Chores for Children
I can’t wait to see what you all have to share this week! Go ahead and scroll down to link up!