Cucumbers and squash grow well in the city. In terms of reliability they grow better than tomatoes. If a summer is part wet and part dry they thrive while tomatoes struggle. With climbing vine and bush varieties they can be used to create an under-story and an over-story in a growing area. They lend themselves to climbing up walls and structures. String is often better than canes for supporting the plant and heavier fruit making them ideally suited for city walls, roof areas, stairwells or aluminium frame systems. They also produce well in large pots.
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