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Pleaching was common in gardens from the late Middle Ages until the C. - weaving branches of deciduous trees to form a living fence. Sometimes branches woven together grow together, a natural grafting known as inosculation

Fence Idea - Use Cattle panels with 2x4's on the top, frame the ends in to secure the posts and use 1x4's on both sides of the bottom.  16' Cattle Panels are $20. (Tractor supply) 2"x4"x16' $6.75 (Lowes) 1"x4"x16' $9.28 (lowes) Would cost roughly $50 for every 16 feet. Not bad considering most fence sections are $40 for 8ft

Cheap Garden fence idea … The metal mesh is cattle panel. Strong enough to last and to pull growing ivy vines off of. Cheap Garden fence idea … The metal…

This is the coolest gardening site EVER! On the Gardener's Supply Company website you can design your own garden beds by clicking and dragging the plants you want, where you want them. Then you can print your planting map WITH very detailed planting directions. This is just what I have been looking for! Hurray!!!:)

Coolest gardening site EVER! On the Gardener's Supply Company website you can design your own garden beds by clicking & dragging the plants you want, where you want them.then you can print your planting map WITH very detailed planting directions.

Great house design - all covered with mirrors

Magical House Covered in Thousands of Mirrors

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.

Do you need a fence that doesn't make you broke? Learn how to build a fence with this collection of 27 DIY cheap fence ideas.

27 Cheap DIY Fence Ideas for Your Garden, Privacy, or Perimeter

Pleached trees. When young & flexible saplings are woven together & tied & eventually they grow together into one.

Pleached Trees::When young and flexible, saplings are woven together and tied and will eventually grow together into one.

Living Fences - How To Make A Living Fence For Your Garden... | http://www.ecosnippets.com/diy/how-to-make-a-living-fence/

How To Feng Shui Your Home for Better Balance

Living Fences – How To Make A Living Fence. It's all well and good until the deer you're trying to keep out eat the fence itself.

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.

Here's a "grow-your-own fence" - the pollarded willows not only supply the withes, they're also the fence posts at Appeltern Gardens -- BelleWood-Gardens - Diary

Here's a "grow-your-own fence" - the pollarded willows not only supply the withes, they're also the fence posts at Appeltern Gardens -- BelleWood-Gardens - Diary - Love the idea of the living fence posts!

Gardeners have been pruning fruit trees into interesting patterns for hundreds of years. Commonly known as espalier pruning. www.ContainerWaterGardens.net

Grow a fence - living walls of fruit/vegetables: Early American Gardens: Early American Espalier & Wall Trees

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Espalier is a horticultural technique of pruning and grafting used together to train trees to create two-dimensional forms with the branches. This technique was originally developed during the Middle Ages as a way to grow fruit trees within castle walls

Why use a loud electric dehydrator when you can harness the power of the sun to dry your garden harvest? Our solar dehydrator project is a great way to stretch the garden.

Build a Dehydrator

Solar Dehydrator plans and instructions - wonderful for sun-dried tomatoes, herbs, apple chips, banana chips, etc. sure this would work well down south .

Choosing A Fence For Your Home

Pleaching was common in gardens from the late Middle Ages until the C. - weaving branches of deciduous trees to form a living fence. Sometimes branches woven together grow together, a natural grafting known as inosculation

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