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Creating willow and hazel hurdles for your garden--make a small twig fence to edge the flower bed by the shop

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Weave a raised bed of stakes and flexible twigs.

Wattle and daub is one of the oldest building techniques dating back to the Bronze Age and beyond. Wattling is a way to build walls by weaving long flexible sticks in and out of upright posts. Hazel, which is pliable and grows naturally long, is a good species to use for wattle. It is also the preferred wood used by straw bale builders to pin bales together.

woven fence. WOW. The time, the amount of willow...Just doing a small one tooks me all day!

Vegetable garden with wattle fence - Hyland Wente Garden, CT by, via Flickr

Weaving wood for plant supports from the article Weaving Wood: Twig Towers and Wattle Fences, save a few pieces of your orchard prunings it is amazing what they can be used for…..

I wonder if we could do a design like this but actually use stones and concrete to stick them together. Would be one of the more permanent houses we ever made for May Day. The carved clay is a good idea too though. Much easier. Each kid could build a floor.

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You could make the planters different heights and decorate with plastic wrought iron stair steps or half circles

6' plant pyramid. I would love to do this with our strawberry plants.

Potato Tower - can grow up to 25 lbs of potatoes.