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The ultimate in repurposing--collect and use vines and fallen trees to create a perfectly imperfect natural garden fence. It sets off your little piece of paradise.
It helps to have some land where you can find small trees, thick grape vines, and long, young grape vines. Other than that, you'll need a saw, clippers, ...
This is the kind of pile I look for: good, thick, fairly long grape vines and pliable thinner vines. Spring is the best time to gather the thin ...
Here's the fallen cedar I found just beyond the grapevines. The root end of it has an interesting look to it, so it will come off and sit ...
This fence is a work in progress that began three years ago. My plan on this part was to try to keep that monster rosemary from closing off ...
The long thick vine had a real curve to it, but it seemed willing to cooperate. I laid out the vine to make sure the posts were in ...
If you need to adjust something, just pull it up and do it. It's your fence. Oh, yeah, and drop that cedar root in the irises.
Some of my fence edges the wild grape vines. (In full disclosure, they're muscadine vines. Nothing better!) When I can, I train the living vines onto the fence. ...
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