graibeard's Arbor garden
Garden Type: Footpath | Sun: Full Sun | Soil: Sand | Established: 2009 | Organic
These mesh Trellis’s or Arbors span the footpaths between the various garden beds. The idea is that beans, cucumbers or other climbing vegetables can be grown at the edge or border of each garden bed and up over the footpath.
No need to climb all over the garden beds to harvest the crop, take some small steps (ladder) and do it from the walkway. Hopefully they won’t interfere with the through traffic, if they do grow a bit wider than expected then they can be set back from the borders edge at the next planting.
Located in Melbourne, Australia, graibeard's Arbor garden is an outdoor organic garden that currently contains 1 plants.This is a Footpath garden that is known to be in USDA Hardiness Zone 10. It has mainly Sand soil and receives Full Sun light.
Garlic: Australian white Day 305
Sown on 20 Jul 12 Way too late, but it hadn't sprouted, and we ha...