Learn how to create your own amazingly abundant vertical garden with this step-by-step system for harvesting extremely high yields from trellises in gardens smaller than a twin-size bed.


In this course, Debra walks you through her own garden and shares all of the secrets that she has learned over the years on how to produce a tremendous amount of food from a small vertical garden.


It's possible to harvest up to 100 pounds of tomatoes, or 50 pounds of watermelons, or 40 pounds of butternut squash from tiny 4' x 4' garden beds. 


You can tuck this size bed into the smallest yard – and you only need a few minutes per week to care for it.


In each lesson, Debra shares the tips and tricks that you can use to  harvest a lot more vegetables from trellises in small garden beds than you ever thought possible.


In this course, you will discover how to:

  • Harvest up to $150 of organic vegetables from trellises in a tiny 4'x4' garden bed

  • Produce the highest yields possible by giving your plants these five things

  • Double or triple your harvest from a small vertical garden with this one simple tip

  • Choose which type of trellises will work best with different vegetables

  • Design your vertical garden for maximum yield and comfort

  • Properly train and prune the large vining plants on your trellises

  • Easily create a large $20 trellis that will last over 15 years

  • Decide if you should NOT use a vertical garden

Course curriculum

  • 2

    Step 1: Full Sunlight

    • How to Position Your Vertical Trellises for Maximum Sunlight

    • How to Position A-Frame and Lean-to Trellises

  • 3

    Step 2: Deep Fertile Soil

    • The Huge Benefits of Providing Deep Soil

    • When You Should NOT Use Raised Beds

    • Why You Need to Check the Fertility of Your Soil

  • 4

    Step 3: Steady Moisture Levels

    • The Importance of Providing Steady Moisture Levels

  • 5

    Step 4: Plenty of Elbow Room

    • Why Plenty of Elbow Room is Critical for High Yields

  • 6

    Step 5: Appropriate Trellises

    • Selecting Appropriate Trellises for Your Plants

  • 7

    Designing an Easy-to-Use Vertical Garden

    • Designing Your Garden, Part 1

    • Designing Your Garden, Part 2

    • Designing Your Garden, Part 3

    • Designing Your Garden, Part 4

  • 8

    Training and Pruning Your Plants

  • 9

    BONUS MODULE: Creating Your Own Vertical Trellises

  • 10

    Don't Miss This EXTRA BONUS!

    • There's Another Bonus Waiting for You!

  • 11

    Conclusion

    • Conclusion

  • 12

    Index of Trellised Vegetables

Course Reviews

5 star rating

Everyone will learn something new!

Nick Long

Debra's Vertical Gardens course is excellent. Having read a number of books on the subject of vertical gardening, I didn't know how much I would benefit. It ...

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Debra's Vertical Gardens course is excellent. Having read a number of books on the subject of vertical gardening, I didn't know how much I would benefit. It wasn't long into the course, however, that I started getting additional golden nuggets of information I could apply in my garden that I hadn't been exposed to before. Debra's experience and knowledge is self-evident and I highly suggest this course to both the novice and advanced gardener.

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Create Incredibly Abundant Vertical Gardens

Charlene Rayburn

The Create Incredibly Abundant Vertical Gardens course is great. It is helpful for both a beginner or experienced gardener. The information is educational ...

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The Create Incredibly Abundant Vertical Gardens course is great. It is helpful for both a beginner or experienced gardener. The information is educational while being presented simply and with clear demonstrations. Debra's real life experience shines through; and her garden is gorgeous. The pictures of her harvest are very impressive.

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5 star rating

Very Beneficial Course

Judith Knutson

I have been gardening since I was a young child. I have been doing some vertical gardening for the last six years. I am now in my mid-60s and am a Master G...

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I have been gardening since I was a young child. I have been doing some vertical gardening for the last six years. I am now in my mid-60s and am a Master Gardener. I know there is always something new for me to learn. This course on vertical gardening will be very beneficial both to the novice gardener as well as to the long-time gardener. I have learned many things I honestly did not know about vertical gardening. I hope to put them into practice this upcoming gardening season. I recommend this highly to all gardeners... Thank you, Debra, for taking the time to put this course together.

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Learned so much! Love the details!

Deborah Frazier

Fantastic class! Learned so much! Love the details e.g. making sure to wrap the tendrils the same way the others are growing (clockwise or counterclockwise)....

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Fantastic class! Learned so much! Love the details e.g. making sure to wrap the tendrils the same way the others are growing (clockwise or counterclockwise). Looking forward to more courses from you Debra! Thank you!

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You'll learn how to harvest enough vegetables in one year from one small vertical garden to more than pay for this course.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

I can't promise that you'll be able to harvest the same amount of vegetables that I have in my own vertical garden by following these methods, as your soil and growing conditions may be very different from mine. However, if you don't feel that you've learned enough through these lessons to increase your harvests by far more than the cost of this course, just send me an email within 30 days of purchase and I'll give you your money back! ~ Debra Graff, Instructor

Instructor

Debra Graff

Debra is passionate about helping gardeners learn how to successfully grow their own incredibly delicious organic food from small spaces. She has 35 years experience in growing organic vegetables in small garden beds.She has a degree in organic agriculture and has trained Master Gardeners about vegetable gardening. Debra lives in the mountains of southwest Virginia with her sister, Brenda. They have harvested up to 900 pounds of fresh, home-grown vegetables year-round from their garden.