|Beans climbing Persimmon branches|
It was very easy to make. I picked relatively straight branches about five feet long and pushed them all the way to the bottom of a large clay pot filled with soil, to form a circle of branches around the rim of the pot. Then I bent the thin tops of the branches together gently at the top and used twine to secure the trellis.
|Twine secures the top|
Here's what it looked like in May a few weeks after the beans sprouted:
|Trellis in a pot|
Now the beans are nearly to the top of the branches:
|Beans reaching skyward|