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Do Fence Me In: Your Guide to Fences, Screens and Gates

Screening a garden design is like framing a picture: it can contribute to or detract from the aesthetic. Frame your garden well with a living screen, wooden fence or one of many other beautiful options.

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Living Willow

If you need your screen to be more suggestion than security, consider the artful living willow. Plant young "whips" in winter or early spring in a sunny spot then, come summer, weave them. To stop your screen from maturing into a forest, prune back to the framework in late winter.

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