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How to Build a Trellis for Growing Peas

Plants that are trellised have a higher yield than those not trellised.

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  1. 1. To-Do List for Fall Gardening

    October and November are good months to do some gardening and landscaping. DIY Network outlines just a few things a gardener could or s...

  2. 2. Texture, Layers and Color (00:03:58)

    Will adding texture, layers and color help Greg win his neighbors' respect?

  3. 3. Votto's Field of Dreams (00:03:11)

    Votto and his humans get brand-new dog-and-people-approved landscaping.

  4. 4. Helping Out a Historic Home (00:03:52)

    The Riches renovated their historic home's interior -- now for the outside.

  5. 5. Color-Drenched Front Porch (00:03:24)

    The crew adds unexpected color to this century-old home's front porch.

  6. 6. Family-Friendly Front Yard (00:03:52)

    Jason helps an energetic family inject some personality into their yard.

  7. 7. Determining Plant Health

    Use these tips from DIY Network to make sure plants are healthy while shopping for new items for the yard.

  8. 8. A+ Landscaping (00:03:36)

    Even dogs complain about this school's yard, so Jason steps in to help.

  9. 9. Mulch Options

    DIY Network experts discuss the different benefits of various types of mulch and help you determine which type is best for your garden.

  10. 10. Lawn Watering Basics

    DIY experts offer a crash course in watering a lawn.

  11. 11. How to Build a Freestanding Rose Trellis

    This rose trellis can be moved around the garden to best suit your needs.

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  12. 12. Total Front Yard Rescue (00:03:42)

    Jason landscapes for two homeowners who let their front yard go to the dog.

  13. 13. Backyard in Brooklyn (03:15)

    A small, weedy Brooklyn backyard gets a complete transformation.

  14. 14. Garden Design (02:46)

    Before you plant, plan your garden on paper with the First Time Gardener.

  15. 15. Quick-Growing Spring and Fall Vegetables

    From seed to dinner table in one month? The DIY Network experts give some tips for cool weather garden treats.

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