Fences for All Seasons

Garden fences should suit their purpose as much as their location. Here, the many fencing materials to choose from.
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Sea Washed Driftwood Featured in Seaside Garden

Pieces of driftwood were the perfect choice for fencing along the boundary of this seaside home.

Interwoven Metal Lattice Work Fencing

Metal lattice work is interwoven, and lends itself to a more contemporary garden than a traditional metal lattice fence.

Japanese Style Screen with Rolled Bamboo Base

Bamboo rolls are used to run vertically with black painted lattice, creating an effective Japanese theme in this private backyard garden.

Galvanized Wire Grill Screen with Circular Cutout

A galvanized wire grill screen is used as a divider. It includes a cut out circle that opens up a window to the garden space on the other side.

Diamond Lattice Used with Solid Fence for Effect

Diamond style lattice is placed on a solid wall and, both wall and lattice, are painted white. Colorful climbing plant blooms in vibrant purple against the contrasting white.

Steel Screen Garden Fence Allowed to Rust

A steel garden screen has been left to rust as part of the landscaping design. Its open weave allows a peek into the garden beyond.

Woven Willow Fence Great for Rural Setting

Woven willow panels are used in a rural garden setting as a privacy screen and divider.

Woven Softwood Horizontals with Vertical Posts

Woven horizontals made of softwood are help up by sturdy wood block verticals and bottom edgings, creating an attractive and effective fence.

Open Split Hazel Paling has Rustic Fencing Look

An open split hazel paling fence has a rural look, good for a country style garden.

Vertical Bamboo Poles Used for Natural Fencing

Bamboo poles are set upright in a vertical position, creating an effective fence that provides privacy and a surface for climbing plants.

Solid Larchlap Panels Anchored with Vertical Posts

Solid larchlap panels are strengthened with vertical strips to keep the fence from blowing over in windy conditions.

Panels of Interwoven Hazel Form Rustic Fencing

For a rustic look, use interwoven hazel twigs made into panels for fencing. These panels get more and more rustic looking with weathering and as climbers begin to grow and spread.

Classic Cottage Picket Fencing Lines Pathway

The classic white picket fence is often used in a country or cottage style garden to line a pathway.

Larchlap Fencing Panels Made of Vertical Timbers

Larchlap panels are sat upright to form a vertical fence, offering privacy and a garden boundary.

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