Front Yard Fence
Keeping them safe If you have a Houdini and need to keep your escape artist from tunneling under the fence, you may need to install an underground barrier made of rebar, chicken wire or poured concrete. Here, a fence underlined with boards keeps four Welsh springer spaniels from tunneling into the front yard in Battle Ground, Wash.
A gated garden arch and picket fence is surrounded by old-fashioned hydrangeas, dogwoods, roses, and lilacs. | Photo: Judith Bromley | thisoldhouse.com
Pretty Front Yard, and I love the fencing and walkthrough for my morning glories! The flowers in front of the fence are a brilliant idea!!
Easy Front Yard Garden Plan. free Planting Guide for this garden includes a larger version of the illustration, a detailed layout diagram, a list of plants for the garden as shown, and complete instructions for installing the garden
Pretty pink climbing roses on white fence; this is another idea for the side yard in front. We know we want roses...climbing and others....Joe and i are looking for a variety of colors. We planned this last summer and now I have a picture. This is much what we talked about.
Old Gate - Many farms/yards had old metal gates separating the house and yard from the rest of the property. If you were on the farm the gate and fence kept the chickens, geese, ducks etc. out of the yard around the house. I repurposed and old gate like this and put it in my front flower bed with a floral wreath hanging on it. Wonderful way to repurpose!
Want that country-style look, yet live in an area with restrictions on front-yard fencing? Maureen Gilmer of Morongo Valley CA shows how to bring the picket fence closer to the home for a cozy farmhouse/ cottage look. More front yard design tips here www.landscapingne...
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Baltic Ivy 'Blatica' (front and back yard) - Can be cut back anytime of the year. It should be planted near a fence, trellis or other landscape structure where it can be trained to grow upwards on it, or allowed to trail off a retaining wall or slope. It grows at a fast rate, and under ideal conditions can be expected to live for approximately 30 years
England, Bibury Fence Country Garden - thought is to do a fence like this (similar to the one at the back of our house ... yes it's not a privacy fence but we're not doing a swimming pool so I think it could be a possibility ... plus it would show off our beautiful yard ... either that or do a fence around the front yard ... if allowed by the association