Vegetable Garden Fences
Backyard Rooms Carve your landscape into separate areas for conversation, dining, play, and other outdoor activities with trellises. Vine clad lattice fences are a natural option for the walls between rooms, while arbors and gates can serve as doors.
Benefits of a raised garden bed
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.
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.
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.