Gardening is not only for people with large backyards. Growing cucumbers vertically is good even if you only own a small amount of land, like a narrow side yard. A raised bed or a tall trellis will help you allow the plant to grow to its full potential and best harvest.
The soil involved should be loose and deep, well-drained, neutral in pH, and rich in organic matter.
The right temperature to properly grow cucumbers is between 60 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit (15 – 35 Celsius).
Watch the video below to learn about easily building a trellis for vertical plant growth:
Choose the right kind of cucumber. Varieties that are well-suited for vertical growing include the Bush Champion, Spacemaster, Hybrid Bush Crop, Baby Bush, Bush Pickle, and Potluck.