Listed below are ideas for garden support structures used by many different gardeners throughout Enoch. They are list in alphabetical order by plant type name with a few miscellaneous ones at the end.
These blackberry support structures are made from tall metal fence posts with three wooden cross bars going up each post and plastic rope looping from cross bar to cross bar along the row at each of the three levels.
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Slanted Cucumber Fence Support Structure
The fence for these is intentionally at a slant. The vines of the cucumber climb the fence, and as they grow, the cucumbers hang down from the backside of the fence making them very easy to find and pick. The fencing is RED Top or Horse Field Wire. The holes are 6” x 7” square. Don usually grows Armenian cucumbers but it should work for any kind.
Tilted Wood and Twine Support
Tilted frame for the cucumbers made out of wooden 2x4s and twine. The plants will climb the twine and the cucumbers will hang beneath it for easy harvesting.
Support for Peas
Raised bed with lettuce on one side, peas in the middle and spinach on the other side. A frame has been placed in the bed to facilitate the peas in climbing. This will make it easier to find and harvest the peas. The frame is made from four sided tomato cages that have been opened up and spread out along the length and width of the raised bed. It has then had twine interwoven with the wire on the cages to help with the climbing. The twine’s fuzzy texture makes it easier for the peas to attach.
Straight wire and post fences are used to support peas, beans, and other climbing vegetables.