Gardening doesn’t have to be a large venture. Start small and use your space wisely.
By simply lifting the plants and produce off the soil and away from damaging moisture and pests, they will have a better chance of survival. Upward growing plants also receive more sunlight and air circulation, making them healthier and stronger.
A trellis can be anything that provides support to each plant and that is sturdy enough to support the weight of ripening vegetables.
Cucumbers, pole beans, peas, and melon plants send out tiny tendrils that will latch onto anything within reach and grow in that same direction, To get them to grow vertically, use support methods that provide something for the tendrils to reach up to and small enough for them to grip. Cane poles, metal or wood fence posts or wire fencing works great in the garden to support plants.