Best Tips For Growing Squash On Trellises

One of the easiest ways to grow squash and other cucurbits is on a form or trellis.

Most squashes are too heavy for the average trellis without extra support, but some, like the summer squashes and smaller gourds, are perfect for vertical growth.

Squash trellising can be as simple as crossing a couple of boards and threading some twine across to support the burgeoning vines

I looked in the pile of wood left by previous homeowners and found old fence slats to make my squash form.

Trellises for squash can also be purchased at home and garden centers, but the cheapest way is to gather a few tools and some old wood and do it yourself.

The best varieties for squash trellising are delicata, acorn, zucchini, and yellow summer. The smaller squashes and gourds do well but winter squash, like turban and butternut,

can become too heavy and large for a successful vertical garden without additional support.

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