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Jayson Fann a jeho ľudské hniezda

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How To Make A Living Fence For Your Garden

Living Fences – How To Make A Living Fence. It's all well and good until the deer you're trying to keep out eat the fence itself.

"grow-your-own fence" - the pollarded willows not only supply the withes, they're also the fence posts by herminia

Here's a "grow-your-own fence" - the pollarded willows not only supply the withes, they're also the fence posts at Appeltern Gardens -- BelleWood-Gardens - Diary - Love the idea of the living fence posts!

Willow spiling is the most common and best known green solution for bank revetment. The technique uses woven living willow to form flexible, live, growing structures which resist and deflect water flows, enabling the bank and vegetation to naturally re-generate and stabilize to prevent further erosion.  >  Wonder if this would work on our mountains of heavily weathered granite...

Willow spiling for bank revetment. The technique uses woven living willow to form flexible, live, growing structures that resist and deflect water flows, enabling the bank and vegetation to naturally re-generate and stabilise to prevent further erosion.

weaving willow stems around hazel uprights to form a turf seat

Howard Rice Garden Photography - Gallery: Garden DIY Made from willow stems a wrapped around wooden spikes.

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7 idées de clôtures originales à réaliser soi-même

7 idées de clôtures originales à réaliser soi-même

willow branches from landscape nursery in bundles of 100 sticks . put branches in ground at least 6 inches . 4 to 8 inches apart . one pointing left . the next pointing right . weave them together . using hemp twine tie them together at the top

great garden fence idea by ollie

I need it fenced but the trees and uneven ground make it near impossible for regular fencing Sight screen or natural fence for the garden corner

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