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garden fencing

Emily Oster

While I was away our garden grew like crazy and I am so excited. However, little critters have taken notice of my beautiful and prospering garden and begun to run off with our tomatoes, strawberries and have even nibbled down my sage and lavender (again). I went out an bought a bird net to put over everything as a quick fix but I am dreaming of some of these beautiful fencing/netting solutions for my next garden (in mini scale of course).

1. Garden cage room via Apartment Farm  2. Martha Stewart's Garden via Martha Stewart  3. Hampton's garden by Lisa Bynon Garden Design via Gardenista  4.Hatfield House via Harpur Garden Images  5. Woven willow fence at Walnuts Farm via Gardenista  6. Blueberry bush netting design via Bellewood Gardens  7. Oak Cliff garden via Plano Blue Stem  8. via Nicety

1. Garden cage room via Apartment Farm  2. Martha Stewart's Garden via Martha Stewart  3. Hampton's garden by Lisa Bynon Garden Design via Gardenista  4.Hatfield House via Harpur Garden Images  5. Woven willow fence at Walnuts Farm via Gardenista  6. Blueberry bush netting design via Bellewood Gardens  7. Oak Cliff garden via Plano Blue Stem  8. via Nicety