Explore these ideas and more!

Fence of twigs by Khamidulin, via Dreamstime

Photo about Fence of twigs on a white background.

Low tech way to hang steel mesh. Making it removable solves a bunch of issues.

How to Build a Fence Mounted Trellis - Cut a 5 x 10 foot piece of rigid wire mesh. Attach four wood blocks to the fence (one for each corner of mesh), screw a hook into each block, and fit the mesh over the hooks.

Birdhouse Fence - interesting ... I always "see" birdhouses when I look at a picket fence anyway

Discover thousands of images about amazing Birdhouse Fences How to use your fence as birdhouses, a creative idea for happy birds !

Wattle Fence - Already started a short fence like this as I picked branches, twigs out of areas to be mowed?  Needed a "Do NOT mow or brush hog past this point!" gentle reminder!

Wattle Fence - Already started a short fence like this as I picked branches, twigs out of areas to be mowed? Needed a "Do NOT mow or brush hog past this point! --------------------------- Love this Fence !

Gabby! I know what we can do with all of those sticks/twigs, and if we make a fence out of thorn branches then the dogs won't go through! lol

I know what we can do with all of those sticks/twigs, and if we make a fence out of thorn branches then the dogs won't go through!

Need a raised garden bed? Here is an idea that’s easy to do, beautiful and essentially free!  Build your own elevated flower/garden bed by weaving branches and twigs - a wattle raised garden bed.  You can also use this technique to make fences and garden edging. Head over to our site to learn how to make a wattle garden bed and be inspired by more wattle ideas!  http://diyprojects.ideas2live4.com/2016/01/13/how-to-make-a-wattle-raised-garden-bed/

How to make a wattle raised garden bed

Need a raised garden bed? Here is an idea that’s easy to do, beautiful and essentially free! Build your own elevated flower/garden bed by weaving branches and twigs - a wattle raised garden bed. You(Garden Step Ideas)

twig trellis

Fallen branches last ice storm--twig trellis. Like angular formality of this piece usually see are more organic form/ rustic styles

previous pinner wrote, "What a lovely gazebo!"  me thinks a small pergola with seating:)  ~pp

This photo of an arbor of roses is in “One Writer’s Garden: Eudora Welty’s Home Place” by Susan Haltom and Jane Roy Brown. - Photo by Langdon Clay

gardeninglovers: “ Make fences out of your garden waste ”

Make fences out of your garden waste. This would be great to create a wind break using my willow branches(Diy Garden Fence)

Garden Obelisk Trellis - Foter

Check out these easy DIY garden projects using twigs, sticks, and branches from your backyard. Ideas include trellises and plant supports as well as garden art.

RUSTIC WATTLE WORK Woven hurdle fencing is familiar to all gardeners. The techniques used to make these have long been a basic skill of gardeners and countrymen who used wattle work much as we would use plywood or MDF today. This factsheet describes how anyone can use wattlework in the garden to create a range of interesting feature including raised beds

RUSTIC WATTLE WORK How To: This factsheet describes how anyone can use wattlework in the garden to create a range of interesting feature including raised beds

Add a rustic archway to your twig fence and entwine Clematis or grapevines around it to create a unique entryway.

Rustic Crafts From a Xeric Garden - ideas & inspiration

Add a rustic archway to your twig fence and entwine Clematis or grapevines around it to create a unique entryway.

adorable mismatched #garden fence from #recycled parts.

funky fence out of chair parts, wood turnings and left-over board (pallets? this could be a clever and cheap fence idea.

Pinterest
Search