I've finally done it. I have pictures of the trellises that I put up.
This is the western trellis. In this photo you can see mexican sunflowers and elephant head amaranth growing under it. I didn't realize that the sunflowers would grow so huge. I've cut them back since, to give some light for the grapes and morning glories. I had hops and kiwis planted there, but they didn't make it.
This shot is just a little to the right of the last photo. The enclosed space is my main garden. you can see some squash and peppers in it. The fences are covered in purple string beans. The plant in the back with the large leaves are poke salat. The mockingbirds love the berries. The left pot has peppermint and the right one, a volunteer vegetable leaf amaranth.
The open space in my yard, aka The Grass Farm. You can see the Eastern trellis in this shot. It remains temporarily unfinished. I need to buy a a few more cedar 2X2s and a middle support to complete it. It has grapes, hops, passion flowers and morning glories growing on it. the structure in the back with the blue tarp is my chicken coop. It's made from pipe and chicken wire. Today it has a brown tarp and would be harder to see in a pic like this.
A similar shot with a better view of the trellis, and the lawnmower with a plastic cover over it.
This is Ginger, hiding in the foliage, waiting to ambush prey at the watering hole. The plants you can see are cannas, daturas and irises. In the pond are dwarf lilypads. Not visible are thornless blackberries, blueberries and strawberries. Perhaps they'll be easier to see next year.
An early morning visitor.