Okay, so you have raspberries, blackberries or other brambles… How do you control them? With a Bramble Trellis!

Planting a raspberry patch is a great addition to the homestead, because raspberries are perennial, prolific, easy to grow, and delicious.

Planting A Raspberry Patch

➤ Quick, step-by-step guide to heating and ventilating your greenhouse. Get tips and tricks on how to properly heat and cool a greenhouse.

How do you grow squash and zucchini?!

How to Grow Zucchini Vertically

Growing squash and zucchini plants vertically. Great for a small space! Tied to a stake with rope and plastic bags cut into strips to tie it to a t-post.

Raspberries growing in a raised bed

Backyard Berries, Blueberries, Strawberries, Raspberries: Gardener's Supply

Blackberries are usually big plants and unsuitable for pots, but the thornless varieties are less vigorous and can be successfully grown in a large container. How to plant blackberries: Before you …

how to grow blackberries

Blackberries are usually big plants & unsuitable for pots, but the thornless varieties are less vigorous and can be successfully grown in a large container. How to plant blackberries: Before you …

efficient Raspberry supports

Raspberry supports

The first picture shows a traditional raspberry support. This is a well established row of berries and the supports do well until the wind blows the wrong direction. If the wind is blowing hard in . Wonder if it would work for blackberries

Bigger, Better Blackberries

donno but there should be berries! jam and cobblers and purple tongues - all very important. Links to a trellis tutorial aiming to maximize production

Vertical wire is another great option for a garden trellis. Attach sticks on either end to stake into the ground and put on the edge of whichever plants need a little help. If you have a privacy fence in your backyard, this idea will spruce up the space where your garden is. (via Dreaming Gardens)

10 Ways to Style Your Very Own Vegetable Garden

Like the look of these over typical trellis for vertical growing. perfect for small gardens where there isn't much space - grow upwards instead of out! - I like the idea of zig zag raised beds :)

❧ Before & After: April’s Bean Tunnel

Before & After: April's Bean Tunnel

Reverse the before and after sign and that is what the place looked like at Samaritan Women. We tore up all the grass, weeds and tomatoes plants. It helped the Samaritan women a lot. It allowed them to be able to plant new vegetables for the winter.

DIY Garden Trellis Projects • Lots of Ideas & Tutorials!

DIY Garden Trellis Projects

Pinterest
Search