Make Garden Border Fence

Sep 14th

Garden border fence – You have worked weekends and evenings to complete the color of flower bouquets, textures of the plants, and the location of the trees. But now more is needed to keep the children’s balls rolling in your plants, and to keep the dog from digging up your precious top-soil. A border strike would be the perfect solution. But what kind and how hard is it to do one?

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Garden border fence with select the type of material you want to use. This can be straight branches from a nearby tree or strike guards from the hardware store. In both cases they should be at least 4 meters long. You can always cut them shorter if you want, but keep in mind that they will need to be partially buried in the ground. Place branches or piles side by side on the ground, with a space between what you want. It can be 2 inches to 5 inches, even more.

It depends on how you want it to feel. Point the sharpest ends downward, as these will be the ends you will drive or bury in the ground. Attach a crosspiece, with another branch or stick, near the top of the sticks, but down from the top about 6 inches. Do the same at the bottom, but up about 12 inches. You can either connect them all together, or use small screws to screw the cross puzzle piece into place. In this way you will build small parts of the fence.

With the help of a hack or spade, dig a small ditch about 6 to 8 inches deep where you want the fence to be. Place the fence in the ditch and pack the dirt around the base. Stand back and admire your garden border fence, knowing that you can easily build additional sections to complete the distance you want to complete. You can attach each section to each other through small hook and eye links at the ends of the upper and lower crosspieces.