Thursday, April 20, 2017

Twig Fencing: Get the Look For Less

Oddly, most often, adding 'more' to a small space, enlarges it.  Another of those COUNTERINTUITIVITIES about Garden Design.  Off topic, but had to mention it.  More, off topic, deer won't jump a fence they can't see thru/beyond.
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Twig fencing, below, hard to copy throughout most of USA.  Make it yourself?  Sure, in your spare time.  Great, you've sourced it ready-made, now to afford it.


In the high places of Dorset - Ben Pentreath Inspiration:
Pic, above, here.

Luckily, big box stores sell rolls of reed fencing, below.

 
Pic, above, here.


 Marmalade Season - Charlie McCormick:
Pic, above, here.
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Perhaps reed fencing is now input into your Garden Design vision questing.
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Garden & Be Well,    XO T

3 comments:

Penelope Bianchi said...

Yes!!
And it makes a great cover for an arbor over a terrace! vines grow over it.....I use it a lot!

See Velvet and Linen and look at it on their arbors!!!

Penny

David Cristiani said...

The pre-made rolls may be a good screening treatment, though short-lived in our sun. Extremely attractive for certain effects!

Health eSCENTials said...

I haven't used reed fencing in the garden, but I do use it to disguise the ugly 50 gallon drum rain barrels! :)

What lovely, lovely, gardens.