I've finished making my garden plans for 2009. Along with the two beds I showed in my post from January 1, I will also be planting the dog kennel area.
I'll tell you all how to get a really big, sturdy trellis. One that is big enough and tall enough for anything you might want to grow.
First you buy two puppies. Then you spend $200 on a 7'x13' chain link kennel to keep said puppies safe. Then you spoil said puppies so they will NOT use said kennel. Move said kennel to corner of vegetable garden, remove 1 1/2 sides for access to existing gardens and use remainder for trellises.
Next to the dog kennel garden is the north garden. As of now, I think I might plant corn in one of the 4'x8' beds. I wasn't going to fool with it, as we do get very good local corn, but I just might talk myself into it. I think it depends on just how many broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage seeds germinate for me. If I have a lot that grow into sturdy plants I may bag the corn idea.
So here is the complete garden (not shown is a small plot for cucumbers along the west fence).
This still gives me room for a few containers, and I might want more pepper plants and maybe some shade loving flowers behind the dog kennel.