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Vegetable Garden Fences

A graphic cedar deer fence encloses the formal raised planting beds of landscape designer Lisa Byon's vegetable garden in Southampton, NY. Photo by Ngoc Minh Ngo. From House Beautiful.

Spring Gardening Trends: Build a neat and effective way to take care of all your plants and vegetables - Hubub

How to Build a Raised Garden Bed for Vegetables!

Garden path idea for side of house - path to be wider with shrubs and vegetation on fence side

Red lettuce, green lettuces, heads of lettuce in fenced vegetable garden, in rows growing, wide view of many salad plants, with red fence, g...

classy vegetable raised garden fence small | got a press kit for this thing called the Backyard Botanical ...

I love the idea of planting morning glories to vine on the fence. These flowers used to grow wild in my family's vegetable garden when I was a kid.

asparagus bed how-to, Martha Stewart. Good idea for a permanent asparagus area once the fence is put up. Maybe clear area by the generator

Vegetable Garden Fence Ideas | ... Men and a Little Farm: INSPIRATION THURSDAY, HOBBIT STYLE GARDEN FENCE

love this garden fence idea - would need to fence in a vegetable garden to keep dogs out...

Container garden using old horse troughs. Any plastic or metal container would work. Border them with droopy plants for a softened look.

:: vegetable garden + arch made of an espaliered pear tree + wattle fencing .... Beautiful! ::

Michigan dream vegetable garden #3: anti-deer fencing of "sturdy galvanized steel mesh... Each panel of steel mesh is enclosed in a cedar frame. A horizontal bar of cedar midway up the panel adds a good bit of reinforcement to the mesh." "Fence is 6 feet tall. 6' wide gates are just 3/4" shorter to permit the gates to be opened wide."

Welded Wire Fences welded-wire-wood-fences – Design And Landscape Ideas - I love this fence ...perhaps to separate the dog's part of the yard from the garden...?

Deer-proof vegetable garden A graceful, tall fence keeps deer out of this edible garden in the country. When you garden in deer country, growing vegetables can be a real challenge. To keep out high-jumping deer, many gardeners surround their crops with tall fences that have the look of a maximum-security prison.

Container therapy at its best!! veggie garden contained in willow fencing that looks like baskets.

  • GardenGrrrl

    Love the willow fencing, but aren't those beds too close together? How could you walk between them?

Deer and rabbits. Use fences to deter rabbits. Make sure the bottom of the fence extends about 6 inches under the soil to stop rabbits from digging underneath it. The fence needs to stand at least 8 feet above the ground to prevent deer from jumping over it.

a 10-foot-long table sits in the center of landscape designer Lisa Bynon's vegetable and cutting garden in Southampton New York. A graphic cedar deer fence encloses formal raised planting beds... that fence looks relatively easy to build and plant climbing stuff along like peas, scarlet runner beans, sweet peas, nasturtiums, you name it...

fit-inspiration: afarmjournal: materialworld:wallacegardens: A vegetable garden in a shopping cart. Everything about this is brilliant: a moveable-feast* (portability to follow the sun), repurposed object, vegetable garden, good drainage, built-in fence to protect against rabbits.  * Tribute to Ernest Hemingway: A Moveable Feast. I’m down. so clever,

3. When Tambu found out who mad been stealing her plants from her garden she flipped out. She was even more mad because it was her brother.

Protect your garden from deer in a stylish way! Southampton-based landscape designer Lisa Bynon created this inspired deer fence to protect her vegetable and flower garden. Impressive!! A must see article! Lots of pics.

vegetable garden fence color ideas - Google Search

Grow What You Eat, Eat What You Grow!

raised vegetable garden against fence? Exactly what I want. Now to convince hubby...or a son in law!!

Get twice the flowers and vegetables in your garden by adding a trellis or low fence behind every planting bed. That way, you can grow vine crops vertically so they don’t sprawl over their plant neighbors. In this narrow garden bed, a trio of rustic wooden trellises support flowering vines at the back of the perennial border.