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Living Fences – How To Make A Living Fence For Your Garden…

Fences on your farm or homestead define property boundaries and separate production zones (garden, pasture, orchard). They provide privacy and security from animal (and perhaps human) intruders. They confine livestock and protect them from predators. They guard crop areas from wild raiders (such as deer) as well as animal allies (such as sheep and goats). Your first choice for such a multifunctional homestead necessity may be manufactured fencing: woven or electric wire, welded livestock…

This Sweetpea Teepee is so much fun to grow with your littles. - Living Willow Playhouse Every Kid Wants to Have

Living Willow Playhouse Every Kid Wants to Have - HomeDesignInspired

This Sweetpea Teepee is so much fun to grow with your littles. - Living Willow Playhouse Every Kid Wants to Have

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Gilles Guillot of the Prieuré Notre-Dame d'Orsan in Maisonnais, France

7 Features Every Country Garden Needs

The secrets to cultivating the ultimate country garden.

A Swirling Willow Figure Rises from the Grounds of Shambellie House in Scotland

Colossal | Art, design, and visual culture

Willow spiling is the most common and best known green solution for bank revetment. The technique uses woven living willow to form flexible, live, growing structures which resist and deflect water flows, enabling the bank and vegetation to naturally re-generate and stabilise to prevent further erosion.

Willow Spiling - Willowbank

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Kagome is a special weaving technique as well as a Japanese children's song. It's also the name of a children's sand pit in the outdoor playing area of the Vienna MuseumsQuartier. The sandpit created last summer is enclosed by planted willow cuttings

Growing Structure: Kagome Sandpit in Vienna

Kagome is a special weaving technique as well as a Japanese children's song. It's also the name of a children's sand pit in the Vienna MuseumsQuartier.

Living willow structures

Living Willow Structures

I am currently looking into organising a weekend workshop in live willow structures in West Cork, which has inspired me to write a post on t...

Loisirs | Tresser sans stresser - L'Est Républicain

Décoratif Le saule, habilement travaillé, permet de créer des haies vivantes. Tresser sans stresser

Marre des bordures en béton, des tuteurs raides comme la justice… Il est fort heureusement possible d’apporter un peu de fantaisie au jardin. Voire ...

Bonnie Gale Living Willow Structures . A person can stick a cut off piece of willow in the ground and it will take root . Then u can design it any way u want . This is an outdoor room made from willow .

Bonnie Gale | Custom Living Willow Structures | Gallery

Historical Books about the Techniques of Willow Basketry

Wooden bridge with woven railings - Brampton Willows. I can dream....

Wooden bridge with w... stock photo by Elke Borkowski, Image: 0159567

Wooden bridge with woven railings - Brampton Willows ... Image:0159567 - Stock photo from GAP Gardens, garden & plant photography

Living willow fence.

Country Decor, Craft Ideas, Comfort Food, and Antique Appraisals - Country Living Magazine

Home decorating ideas, recipes, plus antiques and more from the editors of Country Living

amazing living 'houses' Patrick Dougherty creation.

Sculptor takes a bough... as he weaves TREES into amazing living sculptures

Weaving into the scenery these amazing sculptures look like a mythical setting from a fairy tale.

more willow sculptures . . .

Large willow sculptures - Angela Morley Garden Design

Giant willow pod sculptures, my latest commission - work in progress

Living willow tunnel with wooden pathway

Living willow tunnel... stock photo by Thomas Alamy, Image: 0269194

Living willow tunnel with wooden pathway... Image:0269194 - Stock photo from GAP Gardens, garden & plant photography