Wanting to grow more vegetables, but don’t have the right amount of space? Then a trellis garden is perfect for you! Trellises are one of the best ways to make use out of smaller garden spaces. Adding structure and height to your garden also adds an attractiveness. We have selected the best, most productive vegetables that can be grown up, so you don’t have to worry about not having enough space!
The crisp, sweet succulent 3 inch pods of the Sugar Ann Pea are ready to eat in just 10 to 14 days ahead of the original Sugar Snap!
The smooth meaty texture of the Cannolini Pole bean is a favorite for shelling and cooking, especially ideal for Minestrone and other soups and stew.
The Fortex bean is an early maturing and very productive bean that has a long pod that is slender and stringless and very tender when picked early.
The Green Finger cucumber is a Beit Alpha type with a small seed cavity that has nice green thin skin and an exceptional taste!
The Hidatsa Shield bean is an old heirloom grown by the Hidatsa Indians grown deep in the Missouri River Valley of North Dakota.
The Mexican Sour Gherkin cucumber said to be the most cold-tolerant of all cucumbers, and will continue to fruit until the first frost.
The Muncher cucumber plant variety produces a smooth nearly spineless, medium green cucumber that is crisp and delicious!
The Progress No. 9 Pea is a wrinkle-seeded pea that is fast growing and produces plump dark green pods with 7-9 delicious peas per pod.