Nature has designed many climbing vegetables and fruit from beans to fruiting squash. Read on to see which vegetables will benefit from using trellis and why to use it.
Are you wondering when or even how to trellis your squash plants? Squash belong to a group of fruits that grow on large plants. Trellising them might seem like a great idea, but is it possible? Find out!
Grapevines can’t cling to walls or fences so you’ll need to provide support for them. There are a few ways to successfully trellis a wandering grapevine:
Whether you are growing vine or bush tomatoes, there are several reasons for trellising these cheery fruits as they grow.
A climbing trellis is not ideal, but find out how your strawberry plants can thrive by understanding just what they need to provide you with juicy red fruit!
A vine cucumber needs a trellis or climbing frame. Learn how to train your cucumber on a trellis and what types of trellis might suit your pot or garden.
Growing beans in your garden? Let’s look at the most commonly grown bean varieties that need the support of a trellis and the best time to trellis them.
Learning how to grow basil is a practical way to get your fingers green and start cultivating edible plants, even in a small space.
Learn how to improve your garden soil in six, simple steps, and enjoy happy, healthy flowers and crops year after year.
Our list of the 10 best plants for kids to grow will encourage them to have fun in the garden and have a better understanding of the natural world.
Growing crops can be tough without full sun in your garden. Here are 21 vegetables to grow in shade, with tips on how to keep them healthy.
Choosing to grow vegetables in hanging baskets is an efficient use of space, giving you fantastic foliage and also leaving you with something delicious to enjoy at the end of the season.
An aphid population can destroy gardens, houseplants and vegetable patches. Read these tips for getting rid of aphids to save your plants!
Learn how to grow strawberries at home, and enjoy the perfect treat for a summer’s day – with cream, in Pimm’s, or as a fresh treat on their own.
Learning how to grow sweetcorn in your garden will reward you with stunning foliage and delicious golden cobs to enjoy at the dinner table.
If you like a little bit of kick in your kitchen, learning how to grow chilli peppers is going to be a very satisfying experience.
Companion planting is all about knowing which vegetables can be grown together to get the best out of your kitchen garden.
Versatile, delicious and packed with nutrients, carrots are a winner at the dinner table. Learn how to grow carrots in your garden at home.
Enjoy more fresh salads and crunchy garnishes with home-grown ingredients by learning how to grow cucumbers in your own garden.
It’s time to bring life back into your vegetable patch, and prepare your plates for these delicious garden vegetables to plant in spring.
There are so many ways to enjoy potatoes that it makes them one of the most practical crops to start producing at home.
Tomatoes a rewarding crop, and you can get an excellent harvest from just a few plants. Learn how to grow tomatoes in your garden here!
Green beans, also known as string beans or French beans, are super easy to grow in the UK.
Cabbage is a nutritious plate-filler, and a fantastic crop to start growing at home.