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Isn't this lovely fencing? Here's an article about how to create your own version of this woven fencing -- from sticks and twigs you have around or pick up on your meanders. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

Grass pathway through the vegetable or flower garden and a twig arch on each end of the path. Remember to make it the same width as the mower. The twig arch would look great with a gate. Image from the "Complete Kitchen Garden Book"

Twig fence...going stick hunting so we don't have to buy "new" wood to make our garden fence. I think it looks so sweet too:)

An A-frame trellis supports 'Sunsweet' watermelon (left) and 'Waltham Butternut' squash vines in this #garden.

Twig house at the Memphis Botanic Garden. Supposed to have the best childrens garden in the country

build your own arbor - maybe we should put something like this at our garden gate opening

Garden border - weave small twigs into larger branches stuck in the ground...love this look

I am thinking this would be so cute around the fruit/veggie garden... put some chicken wire on the back side of it to keep the stray footballs/kickballs out...

You, yes YOU, can build lovely woven fences like this from sticks and twigs you find around your yard. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

garden, Chateau La Roche Jagu, Poezal, Bretagne, France. Photo: LUCKYONE31, via Flickr