This might be boring for you non-gardeners, but I want to put in one place the garden structures we're using this year in our vegetable garden. These can be taken down and used again and again and they are super strong and support all the veggies well.
For the tomatoes and cucumbers, we're using trellises like last year.
For the beans (I know this is a repeat), we decided a tunnel would be nice so I can walk underneath the beans as they vine up and over. Last year the structure was like the trellises above and not easy to get underneath to gather the beans that hung on the inside.
And, to keep the deer away from the sweet potatoes, Mike got some wire mesh (like what was used for the trellises above) and some metal poles and just "sliced" the pole to hold the mesh wire. It's kinda hard to see, but the mesh sections fit into the poles and everything can be adjusted or enlarged very easily (as the plants spread out and grow). Maybe the sweet potatoes will have a chance this year!
Close-up of one corner:
And, speaking of chances, I'm doing a quadruple whammy attack on the squash bugs, vine borers and cucumber beetles this year with my zucchini.
I'm surrounding them with marigolds, spraying them with neem, dusting them with DE and check out the aluminum foil mulch. The brightness of it is supposed to confuse the vine borer moth from depositing her eggs at the root of the plant and also make it harder to get to. It looks a little crazy, but I'm willing to howl at the moon if it helps.