On the other end of the garden, we have flowers. I have a virtually endless supply of 1 x 6 Cedar, and I've put up a food 25-30 feet of 6'+ tall trellis along a section of fencing, one side of a small shed, and a section of carport. Most years I plant annual Morning Glories and let them cover the trellis. This year, I bought a Cup And Saucer vine on a whim. he humming birds love it, so I'll get a couple more next spring. In front of that, we have a perennial wild flower garden with Columbine, Gladiola, Lupine, and a Dahlia here and there. We toss in some annual wildflower seeds just to fill in spaces. The bed next to the carport is filled with Gladiolas, Tigridia, Hardy Fuchsias, and a needs to be divided Bleeding Heart. My cat (Harvey, The R.V. Cat on facebook) has taken to finding and digging up Daffodil bulbs that have naturalized out in the field behind the RV park we call home base. (Weird freaking cat) so now I need to plant the two dozen bulbs he's found me. All of these flowers insure that we get plenty of pollinators for the vegetables...and I like flowers.