Wattle fencing originated in England and was traditionally woven with willow or hazel branches. However, it can incorporate a variety of twigs, reeds, or branches you find outdoors (namely oak, elder, hornbeam and ash). Material-wise, it is an inexpensive option for fencing, garden walls, screens, or even raised bed planters because most of the material is repurposed from trimmings. Labor-wise, it is truly handmade and will take some time but will produce wonderfully varied, organic…

Wattle Fencing: A Cheap DIY Material for Modern Outdoor Spaces

Wattle fencing originated in England and was traditionally woven with willow or hazel branches. However, it can incorporate a variety of twigs, reeds, or branches you find outdoors (namely oak, elder, hornbeam and ash). Material-wise, it is an inexpensive option for fencing, garden walls, screens, or even raised bed planters because most of the material is repurposed from trimmings. Labor-wise, it is truly handmade and will take some time but will produce wonderfully varied, organic…

Living Willow Fence | Living Willow Wigwam from Natural Fencing

Living Willow Fence | Living Willow Wigwam from Natural Fencing

Natural fences constructed of shrubbery, trees, or flowering bushes are attractive and environmentally friendly havens for songbirds, butterflies, and other desirable fauna. These living fences also provide an eye-catching way to define your property’s boundaries, and they serve as effective and visually pleasing privacy screens—as the adage says, “good fences make good neighbors.” Here are 11 ideas for integrating a natural fence into your own property.

Living Fences: 11 Boundary-Setting Solutions

Natural fences constructed of shrubbery, trees, or flowering bushes are attractive and environmentally friendly havens for songbirds, butterflies, and other desirable fauna. These living fences also provide an eye-catching way to define your property’s boundaries, and they serve as effective and visually pleasing privacy screens—as the adage says, “good fences make good neighbors.” Here are 11 ideas for integrating a natural fence into your own property.

19 Best Climbing Plants for Pergolas and Trellises

19 Best Climbing Plants for Pergolas and Trellises

Checkout 19 best pergola plants for your garden. These climbing plants for pergolas and arbors can also be grown in small gardens easily! These vines are really perfect for climbing on fences or pergolas!

fencing, I aways love these; maybe it would keep my new puppy out of my gardens...

fencing, I aways love these; maybe it would keep my new puppy out of my gardens...

wattle fence. I can do this! We have stacks of cut applewood branches that might work.

wattle fence. I can do this! We have stacks of cut applewood branches that might work.

Organic Garden Sculptures. I could go for this. I don't like metal or glass bottle "art" in the garden. But this is beautiful.

Organic Garden Sculptures. I could go for this. I don't like metal or glass bottle "art" in the garden. But this is beautiful.

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