Wattle Fencing...as tall or short as you need it. Short version can use smaller saplings and branches.

Wattle Fencing

Did your fence posts rot at the bottom? Here's how to install new ones—and avoid the problems that made your old posts rot.

How to Set Fence Posts That Won't Rot

How to Set Fence Posts That Wont Rot Keep moisture and insects from destroying your cedar fence posts - Garden Tips and Tricks

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We live off of a busy road in Hawaii and needed a gate to enclose our courtyard area to keep the dog and cat enclosed. With access to bamboo, I decided to make a gate from pallets and bamboo. Submitted by: Clint Blunt !

One way of hiding that ramshackle old shed!

Artist Harumi Yukutake constructed a magical-looking house covered with thousands of round mirrors. Each mirror was unique because it was hand cut by the artist.

living willow hedges

Green fence: Living willow hedges are sustainable and aesthetically pleasing. They provide almost instant screening, even in winter. They establish very quickly after planting and create an attractive green hedge in as little as 2 months.

Rebar alternating with wood posts as uprights. I would use T-posts for a tall fence. Need Juniperus for weavers because this should be a permanent fence, given the work required. Great winter project. Inspiring Fences… | Harmony in the Garden

Rebar alternating with wood posts as uprights. I would use T-posts for a tall fence. Need Juniperus for weavers because this should be a permanent fence, given the work required.

cottage garden. My neighbors have a garden fence like this and I love it. This is my summer project.

Wonderful old wood picket fence and gate at Shetland Croft House garden during Chelsea Flower Show 2008

Need a border / fence idea? Here's a recycled pallet fence that offers a way to grow more while also... pinned to "It's a Pallet Jack" by Pamela

Need a border / fence idea? Here's a recycled pallet fence that offers a way to grow more while also. pinned with Pinvolve Could do something similar against the backyard fence. Needs to be low maint. Grass, not ivy

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