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Top 100 Vegetable Gardening Projects

  1. 91. Pole Bean Garden Trellis (03:56)

    Grow crops vertically to maximize space in your garden.

  2. 92. Growing Cucumbers Vertically

    Cucumbers feel right at home growing vertically, either on a trellis or in a tomato cage, say DIY Network experts.

  3. 93. How to Grow Beets

    Beets are prized for their sweet and earthy flavor. They are a cool-season crop that matures in about two months.

    Time:
    Several Months
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  4. 94. How to Fight Sweet Potato ‘Wilt’ and Other Diseases

    Though sweet potatoes are vulnerable to several diseases and a number of pest predators, keeping them safe and healthy isn't hard. Just...

  5. 95. How to Grow a Decorative Climbing Display

    Few flower and vegetable combinations could be more eye-catching than this mix of exotic purple blooms and orange squashes.

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    Cost:
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    Difficulty:
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  6. 96. How to Grow Broccoli

    Broccoli is a slow-growing cool-season crop that yields delicious edible flower buds.

    Time:
    Several Months
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  7. 97. Cloches and Cold Frames

    The gardening experts at DIYNetwork.com share tips on using cloches and cold frames to protect crops.

  8. 98. How to Grow Mesclun Salad in a Container

    Salad greens grow great in containers. For a nice variety of lettuces, plant a mesclun mix, which contains a blend of seeds.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  9. 99. Tips on Growing Leeks, Scallions and Chives

    DIY Network experts offer tips to help you grow the best leeks, scallions and chives.

  10. 100. Vertical Vegetable Trellis (01:58)

    For growing cucumbers and veggies, vertical gardening may be the solution.

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