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  • Carol Pritchard

    Such a cute, colorful garden idea! Project 1: Garden Fence Two ways to brighten your fences and keep curious critters at bay. We built this fun and functional fence with everyday supplies from a home center. In just one weekend, we transformed a blah garden plot into a protected patch bursting with veggies and blooms. Here's what you need: * Materials: 4x8 preassembled wood fence panel * 4x4 fence post * 1x4 lumber, 8-foot * 1x1 furring strips * Metal post...

  • Andrea Deale

    for the kids to have their own garden space; colorful garden fence

  • C B

    bright colored veggie garden fence

  • Rachel Kozell

    garden fence by maryjanerawlings - fun for a kids garden... Cccuuutteeee im thinking bright colors for Emmas garden.. If we get to it this year? :s

  • Tammy Lott

    kid's garden - I love the bright colors in the picket fence

  • Amanda Williams

    Garden Fence .... My boys are so going to have their own little garden when we move!!! They want to plant Pumpkins and Tomatoes!!!

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