Do You Have Good Boundaries? (In Your Garden, That Is.)

Boundaries frame your garden and form its backdrop. While screens allow you to divide the garden into smaller areas and come in a variety of forms, other garden structures are works of art in themselves.

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Trellis with Flowering Clematis
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A trellis clad in clematis makes a decorative, inexpensive screen.

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