Building a Living Fence
Major living fence applications in the United States have utilized Osage orange trees (Maclura pomifera), also called hedge apple or horse apple. For an incredibly tough, enduring windbreak that’s a major player in a local ecology, probably nothing surpasses Osage orange. It was planted extensively in the central and eastern areas of the country in the 1800s (before the invention of barbed wire), especially to fence the rapidly colonized prairies. After the Dust Bowl in the 1930s, thousands…
Hog Wire Fence Design/Construction Resources
Looking for info and resources on constructing a hog wire fence (e.g. 'metal mesh' fence). I added a few pics for example and you can also take a look at this link to get a general idea of what I am looking for: http://bit.ly/1qNLx7C I want to use this for a dog fence in my backyard. Would like to build it myself and I have a pretty good idea, but would love to find some resources for more detailed construction/design discussions. Thanks in advance!
15 Gardening Tips and Clever Ideas
How to garden and how to plant vegetables and fruits can be challenging. How to keep plants alive and heathy is a talent that can be learned. Today I’m sharing 15 awesome gardening tips and clever ideas to inspire us all to get outside and start our own gardens and landscaping. Take a look! Here they …
To block the view of two-story neighbors, landscape architect Bartron bolted this tall custom metal trellis onto the garage wall. She added colorful Orange Clock Vine for additional privacy.
Hog Wire Fence 3.1
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