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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

The Vines Are Coming

The teepee trellises certainly get a lot of attention in the garden.  They are unique structures and kind of artistic.  However, their purpose it to support the gourds and flowering vines which I planted from seed below the teepee trellises.


 I think I'll have plenty of vines especially since we have received a lot of rain the last few days.

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  1. Soon you won't even see the trellis.

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  2. I need to get a few up soon too! Yours will be covered up quickly!

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  3. Fantastic trellis!!! They will grow so quick too!

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  4. Really nice trellis. Will be great for holding up a climber. Look forward to seeing it in use.
    Cher
    Goldenray Yorkies

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  5. Soon those new trellises will be in good use.

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  6. Oh, I hope your vines do good. .Which reminds me that I intended to plant mine in a container. .hope it's not too late! Glad you got some moisture. .we had .2 last night. .and tiny sprinkles off and on today. .enough to thoroughly annoy Devin when they cancelled the end of the play day races!! :-)We'll take what we can get!!

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  7. Love the trellis.....that's a great idea:)

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  8. You are going to have many vines for these trellises to support. The rain has been great for your seedlings.

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  9. Wow, what do you have there growing so close together?

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  10. ~meemsnyc
    I planted a lot of gourds--Turk's Turban, a bumpy yellow gourd I had in a fall display and saved the seeds from, snake gourds and some I don't know the names of at all! Also, cardinal vine, sweet peas, purple hyacinth bean vine and there are some morning glories that self seed in the area. Most of what you see in the photo are the gourds. I planted the flowering vines around the feet of the trellises. I could thin the seedlings but since they're ornamental, I think I'll just let them battle it out a bit.

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