Accessories help create a garden that’s easy to work and play in. Extras like planter caddies and rockers lighten the workload. The fact that they look good, too, is a bonus.
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This spring, as you plant your vegetable garden, keep in mind that the work doesn’t end once your seedlings are in the ground. Ensure a bountiful harvest with these quick tips for getting the most out of your vegetable garden.
Cucumbers like their feet in the shade and their fruit in the sun. For a successful cucumber harvest, include a trellis for the tendrils to curl around and keep the fruit off the ground. Cucumber tendrils like the rough feel of twine, so any trellis that includes support from jute twine works best.
Vertical gardening is perfect for growing veggies, such as peas and pole beans, that naturally want to climb. But they need your support.
A trellis can be a great structure for keeping climbing vegetables like peas, pole beans and cucumbers off the ground. Follow our step-by-step instructions for a bamboo trellis.
Make a DIY trellis planter box on wheels for a space-saving vertical garden.
Edibles need to stay off the ground where disease and insects reduce production or destroy plants. Learn how to cage, stake or trellis your vegetables.
Learn expert tips for growing cucumbers in your vegetable garden.
Stake your tomatoes for healthy, plump and juicy tomatoes all season long.
Roses don’t have to be high-maintenance. Check out these rose types and find out which is best for you and your space.
Without a trellis, these vines could wreak havoc on siding or walls. A garden trellis provides plants a structure to grow tall and healthy, and becomes a garden accent year round.
Try garden problem solvers such as mandevilla or jasmine.