How To Build a Squash Arch


Make your garden beautiful today! The next technique we’re about to show you doesn’t involve a lot of money, nor a professional designer to visit your property for an assessment. Actually, the project suggested here will help you harvest vegetables in the future whilst aesthetically augmenting your garden. In other words, the DIY arch we’re showcasing will both make your yard pretty and prove efficient in helping you pick your vegetables once they’re ready. In the following link you will find everything you need to know on how to build a squash trellis arch DIY gardening project. Using this method will prove great with cucumbers just as well as it does with squash. Read all of the details, get some PVC pipes ready and begin building!






15 Responses to “How To Build a Squash Arch”

  1. desiree says:

    Would love Thry doing something like that

  2. confused says:

    I would think if one of those fell on you it would really hurt!!

    • jean-carle hudon says:

      Which is why they are called ”Squash” in the first place !

      • Kevin Mahoney says:

        It is a shortened version of the original Algonquin word according to a short search on the etymology of the word.

        squash (n.1)

        gourd fruit, 1640s, shortened borrowing from Narraganset (Algonquian) askutasquash, literally “the things that may be eaten raw,” from askut “green, raw, uncooked” + asquash “eaten,” in which the -ash is a plural affix (compare succotash).


  3. Denise says:

    This would be perfect for my urban garden space! Gotta try this…

  4. Debbie says:

    are the arches the ones that you used to could buy at dollar store or the big box place

  5. Jean says:

    Okay, the link is usually under the final image…don’t see it this time?

  6. Gardener says:

    Quite often I clink on times that interest me that then bring me to the Goos Home design site. However, in the site I’m unable to find the whole article or instructions.

  7. Vickie says:

    This,works great and tomato cages too….ox

  8. Cj says:

    Oh…i did this in my garden with cinder blocks at the base, 7′ tpost in each corner of the cinder blocks and the hog panels arched over attached to the tpost….it was so inexpensive, easy and beautiful!

  9. Theresa Prendergast says:

    Love vertical gardening

  10. Erin Collins says:

    Anyone have a good link to dimensions and instructions?

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