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vertical frame structure

Watch this “how to” video to learn how to make a vertical structure for your garden.

 

 


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7 thoughts on “How-To Video: Building a Vertical Structure”

  1. Patricia Cropper says:

    my entire garden is vertical,. self water/fertilizing system,. works on a timer and a pump. luv it!

  2. Tessa Williams Simpson says:

    I have to grow up to maximize the number of things I can grow. Trying to find some friends with empty space in their yards for my squash plants…hopefully the promise of 50% harvest lures some of them in!

  3. Megan Everitt Ancheta says:

    I have space you can have in my yard, Tessa Williams Simpson!! ;) Maybe it will force you to come visit sometime. LOL!

  4. Tessa Williams Simpson says:

    hmmm..Alaska…that growing season would definitely put my skills to the test! Megan Everitt Ancheta

  5. Yay! Never thought to use the electrical conduit, fabulous idea Hallie! SO making this…I have been making mine out of rebar or recycled tree branches, but I can get this taller! Can’t wait!

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