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Newly Planted Buddha Belly Bamboo Budding in Edible Landscape
Newly Planted Buddha Belly Bamboo Budding in Edible Landscape

Bamboo

Nearly impossible to kill and easy to grow, much like a grapevine. It’s also very important to note just how strong bamboo is. If you need something strong, fast-growing, and upright to train your grapevines in a relatively small space, try a dwarf variety of clumping bamboo. 

Also, many bamboos produce edible shoots so you’ll get two harvests in the same amount of space while keeping your grapevines safely off the ground. 
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Sugarcane

Delicious and, surprisingly, nutrious. Sugarcane comes in a multitude of colors and even has a few varieties that are known to survive cold winters if mulched heavily and given some protection. Either way, sugarcane plants will give your grapvines a sturdy, edible trellis sure to keep your grapevines well-aerated and well away from any ground-dwelling pests. 
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two asparagus spears growing beside a lion's head japanese maple tree
two asparagus spears growing beside a lion's head japanese maple tree

Ornamental Trees

*coughs* You always need a reason to add a Japanese Maple Tree to your edible landscape

But whatever tickles your fancy and is a strong, hardwood tree, that can either be pruned to be kept small or is a naturally small tree, try growing it as a trellis. 

Not that it’s not possible to use larger trees, but it’ll be harder to harvest your grapes if your grapevine is growing too far away from the ground. 
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