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Cute Children's 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 holders * Deck screws * 25-inch chicken wire * Exterior primer * Exterior paint * From Your Toolbox: 4x8 preassembled wood fence panel * 4x4 fence post * 1x4 lumber, 8-foot * 1x1 furring strips * Metal post holders * Deck screws * 25-inch chicken wire * Exterior primer * Exterior paint
bright colored veggie garden fence
sweet little garden fence, a splash of colour around the garden.
Garden Fence Two ways to brighten your fences and keep curious critters at bay. Lovely, bright garden idea.
OP: 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
kid's garden - I love the bright colors in the picket fence
Hypericum (St John's Wort) Great shade plant. - Very tough plant, good for dry clay. Grows into a small shrub
Genius website! Great blend of thriller, filler, spiller, using cannas as the tallest.
Lobelia - an annual that brightens any garden with a "pop" of intense color! Golddusttwin
Recycled Newspaper Pots -- tried making these. Super easy! We'll see how planting goes with them in the spring. Definitely cheaper than buying them at the store every year.
Background asparagus fern, right side lime green ipomea, front succulent plants. Difficult to tell what the reddish orange plants are possibly fairy primrose?
Garden Obelisk for Climbing Plants... I made a free standing one, that didn't work so well. In the future, I want to make something like this for climbing vines/flowers. It'd be an awesome hidey place for a kid too.
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Homegrown: Easier than you think... 100 Days of Real Food suggest starting with tomatoes
I love this fence. The garden is so cute!
Recycle your old newspapers into plant pots for seedlings. When it's time, transfer them straight to the soil - they're biodegradable!!