I'm working out a plan for cucumbers and possibly beans for next year. My trellis idea is a 6 foot tall by 8 foot long frame of chicken wire. Because chicken wire comes in 2, 3, or 4 foot by 25 or 50 foot. I figure getting it in 4 foot wide and cut it to 6 foot lengths. So two 4 foot by 6 foot sections to make one 6 by 8 panel. I figure I could use T-posts at each end of the panel to support the panel so it doesn't fall over. I was also thinking that 4 foot up on this I could attach a gutter to plant herbs or strawberries or anything else that grows good in gutters. The complete details of the build I'm not sure on. But I was thinking the chicken wire frame would be made out of 2 by 2 and the chicken wire stapled to that. And the gutter mounted on a 1 by 4 and the scrap pieces of 2 by 2 used as spacer to attach the 1 by 4 to the chicken wire frame. I'd be making two of these frames if I am going to do cucumbers and beans. And could make more if there are other things that grow on vines that I would want to grow. Or if I should consider more than one panel for either or both cucumbers and beans.
This year is my first year doing a big garden. And with it I learned from a couple mistakes. First mistake was cucumbers don't want to climb my wrought iron fence so I ended up using twine to tie the vines to the fence as they grew longer. The second mistake I made was bush beans. I didn't do my research and assumed bush meant something big not a bush slightly less than twice the size of a softball. So only enough beans for a single meal, if I'm lucky, will be ready to harvest at any given time. Rather than my expectation of harvesting to can for many meals all year long.