When I visited the Ocala area earlier this week, I stopped in at some friends of friends to see their gardens.
There I saw a cattle panel trellis system I really liked, as it added height without costing more.
It’s just T-posts and cattle panels, but the panels are about 18″ above the ground, bringing them up to almost 6′ of total growing space, which is perfect for indeterminate tomatoes, yams and pole beans.
My normal method inside the Grocery Row Gardens is to cut them in half and go way up, like this:
But for longer rows that don’t have trees interspersed in the mix, I like this other method of putting them higher long-ways. Just a simple change, but it really creates more vertical space for vigorous growers.