Published at Friday, February 22nd, 2019 - 18:26:31 PM. garden fence. By Alarik Werner.
Depending on the location of your garden, you might only need to fence a portion of it. For example if your garden is between your house and garage, then don’t put up fencing by the house or garage, just fence the other two sides. If your garden is out back in an open area, consider giving a unique design to your garden fencing. There’s no rule that says you have to fence in a straight line.
If you’re looking to have some privacy in your garden area, then consider going with vinyl fencing. These fences ranged from four feet to six feet tall. Each panel consists of six or more posts. Usually you’ll have a choice of rounded, squared or pointed post tops. Vinyl fencing holds up well in most kinds of weather. If your garden contains a small pond or a water fountain, then this might be a good option. It will discourage animals and small children from entering the garden.
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