Cantaloupe On A Trellis: How To Grow Cantaloupes Vertically

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Cantaloupe On A Trellis: How To Grow Cantaloupes Vertically

By Amy Grant If you’ve ever had a freshly picked, ripe cantaloupe vs. one purchased at the supermarket, you know what a treat it is. Many gardeners opt out on growing their own melons due to the space a sprawling melon patch takes up, but that’s where growing a cantaloupe vertically on a trellis comes in to play. Trellised cantaloupes utilize a much smaller portion of the garden, allowing even those with limited space to grow their own. Intrigued? Read on to find out how to grow cantaloupes vertically and other information about growing vertical cantaloupe melons. Why Grow Vertical Cantaloupe Melons? As mentioned, cantaloupes can take up a good chunk of the garden, around 3-4 feet (about a meter or so) between plants and a potential sprawl of 20 feet (6 m.)! With more and more people on the planet, space is at a premium in the garden and

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