Wednesday, May 31, 2017

The Old Farmer's Almanac - How to Make a Beautiful Arch for Climbing Vegetables

How to Make a Beautiful Arch for Climbing Vegetables


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Vegetable arches offer an incredibly efficient - and attractive - way to grow sprawling or vining vegetables such as squashes, beans and cucumbers.

How to Make a Beautiful Arch for Climbing Vegetables

When you don't have much growing space it makes sense to train your vegetables upwards.
In this short video we show you how to make a very simple vegetable arch that's perfect for creating a beautiful, edible focal point to your garden.
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