Having some space of yard invites us to exploit it more by making a garden yard for flowers, veggies, fruits, or just some plant decorations. However, if you have a safety issue, consider installing a garden fence.
The presence of a garden fence is crucial to keep the plants safe from critters. It doesn’t have to be a pricey iron fence though. Wire is durable and affordable that makes it popular among gardener and breeder. So here, I have collected 10 wire garden fencing ideas that you can install to keep your plants safe without losing its aesthetics, in fact improving it. Let’s check them out!
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10. Wire and Stained-Board Fence project idea | Superiorfence
Let us start with this classic fence. It is constructed with solid wood planks which is a classic way to make a fence. Some logs and planks are arranged vertically as the support posts while the rest are put in a horizontal arrangement to secure the wire. The woods are stained in black for a modern, stylish look. Not to forget the wire mesh that gives extra safety to keep smaller critters out. This classic combination produce a durable and strong garden fence.
9. Split Rail Fencing with Mesh Combo | Cuethat
At first glance, this fence looks like another traditional wooden fence to keep big animals away from your plants. But if you take a closer look, it is completed with wire mesh which is also able to save plants from pesky animals that are trying to ruin your garden.
Using split rail as the perimeter, this design offers extra safety for you to grow your edible plants, just like the previous one. Instead of using planks, the owner used some leftover that had been sanded throughly to remove any splinter. Stain and polyurethane were applied to get a natural look.
8. Japanese Style Fence Idea | Backyardboss
Add a little Asian look to your garden with this Japanese style fence. It still uses wood planks to outline the perimeter of the garden. The owner use metal wires to surround the bottom to keep the critters at bay while the half is kept free from wire in order not to block the view to the garden.
The planks are painted in golden cedar to strengthen the color and make it more alive. The most conspicuous thing about this fence is the front side adopts the Japanese gate, torii, which creates an unusual look for a garden fence.
7. PVC Pipes and Wire Fencing Ideas | Santabarbaradesignhouseandgardens
First, You only need to assemble the PVC into the width, length, and height you desire. Next, surround it with chicken wire and tie them together with zip ties. All of the materials used to make this fence is light in weight so it allows you to move the fence anytime and anywhere.
6. A Wire Fencing with Roll Bar Top Project idea | Yoursassyself
This is another way to keep your pet or other animals out of the garden. I know some animals would jump over the fence just to figure out what is behind it, so this fence idea is created to prevent them from climbing up.
The roll bar at the top is the main feature of this fencing idea. It will roll when touched, so the animals won’t be able to pass it. This creative feature is made of two PVC pipes with different sizes. The small one will be the inner roller and the big one will be the outer roller. Next, set L-brackets on the fence top, to create a stand for the rolling bar. Insert the wire through the inner PVS then lock it tightly. Make sure to install this roll bar along the fence.
5. Build it quicker with Wire and Logs | Theartofdoingstuff
Log fences are a great idea to represent the countryside feel in the garden. It is quite cheap and the design has the tendency to be simple.
This log fence garden follows the basic garden style which is very easy to make. The difference is this garden is left without any treatment in order to get the grey, ancient look. Pretty cool for a rustic theme garden. Two bunches of red flower and some details at the gate will welcome you in and add aesthetics. Last, don’t forget the chicken wire that surrounds the fence, making it more practical to protect the plants from critters.
4. Rustic-Chic Wire and Wooden Fence Project ideas | Homesthetics
Wire is capable to prevent critters from going inside the garden but mostly it is not that good to provide privacy. So, pairing it with branches will fix both safety and privacy issues. The branches might look like it just came out of the jungle, but that’s what makes it unique.
Here, the bright Birch branches are attached to the rustic wire using hammock rope. However, if you want to create a little magic look, you can opt for fishing line only which is also invisible that people might wonder how the branches are attached. This wire and branches combination is an unusual idea in creating a chic, practical fence.
3. An Artistic Wire Fence Project idea | Curbly
If you struggle to keep your long fence less boring, you would love this lace fence idea. It creates a functional and pleasant look to an ordinary wire fence. The industrial wire fencing is transformed into a lace fence with an old technique of making intricate patterns of lace by hand. It indeed requires creativity and effort but worth the result.
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2. Jazz It Up with CDs | Curbly
This is much easier and more fun than the previous one. First, you need to collect a bunch of CDs then create a decorative pattern using different colors of paint. Next just attach them to the fence.
This is a clever idea to add beautification on a plain wire fence. They will create a beautiful shimmer when hit by the sun that will pop your garden up. If you dislike this fancy concept, try my last proposal.
Lastly number 1. Make Your Fence Do a Double Duty | Curbly
This might inspire you if you live in a suburb with tiny garden space. The wire fence which basically functions as garden keeper can also be turned into an urban vertical garden. Using plastic bottles as the plants’ containers, hang the plants on the fence with rope.
This picture is self-explanatory and you can use zip tie if you confident with your decision.
So, Those are 10 Wire Garden Fencing Ideas we’ve collected for you. Now it’s your time to decide which fence suits your budget and your need.
As bonuses, here I am sharing you relevant inspirations exported from my sister site SBDHG.
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