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A trellis for for my peas.

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A trellis for for my peas.

Post  Hoggar on 5/22/2011, 9:20 pm

Here is my trellis for my square of peas.

Its made with old fiberglass tent poles and 1" X 1/4" lath strips.
I'm hoping the vines will climb out to the sides without tangling
so they all get full sun as they come up.

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Re: A trellis for for my peas.

Post  kamavaden on 5/22/2011, 10:11 pm

Very cool! Looks great and what a great way to reuse tent poles!

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Re: A trellis for for my peas.

Post  dianamarie03 on 5/22/2011, 10:15 pm

How nifty is that!

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Re: A trellis for for my peas.

Post  milaneyjane on 5/22/2011, 10:39 pm

Looks great!
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Post  Furbalsmom on 5/23/2011, 12:49 am

Hoggar, I am really looking forward to seeing how well that idea works. bounce
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Re: A trellis for for my peas.

Post  pattipan on 5/23/2011, 1:06 am

Kew-el! Is that designed to fit over a certain number of squares? I'm sure you can't wait to see it covered with edible peas!

I have my peas on the north side of one of my 4 x 4 boxes (they got their first blooms today!). My problem this year is I have way too many veggies that need the north side. I may steal you idea for next year! Be sure to post a picture as the peas grow...

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Re: A trellis for for my peas.

Post  BackyardBirdGardner on 5/23/2011, 12:36 pm

I love the ingenuity inside this forum. Great job!
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Re: A trellis for for my peas.

Post  Hoggar on 5/23/2011, 2:01 pm

@pattipan wrote:Kew-el! Is that designed to fit over a certain number of squares? I'm sure you can't wait to see it covered with edible peas!
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It is designed to stand over one square and support 16 plants right now my gardens are
covered with plastic to keep the rain out, over the last two weeks we have received aproxametly 10" of rain and my plants are drowning. my drainage is good there's just no place for it all to go I'm also worried about all my nutrients being washed away.
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