Save Space and Increase Garden Yields by Growing Crops Vertically

Growing crops vertically can double or triple your yield of better produce, in less space, with less work, using trellises, bins, and tepees.



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Growing crops vertically using tepees for peas and cucumber racks.
ILLUSTRATION: BELLA HOLLINGWORTH
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Sapling and bamboo pea/bean supports.
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A modular tomato cage made of 1 inch -2 inch wood lathe or lattice, stiff wire (in the interior), weatherproof glue, and copper clench nails.
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Growing crops vertically using tomato bins.
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The cucumber growing rack.
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