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On the Fences: How to Use Boundaries in Your Garden

Garden fences are so much more than a utility that keeps intruders and nosey neighbors at bay. Used creatively, they'll add allure and depth to an otherwise less-than-memorable space.

The Dirt on Division

Fences and dividers of varying heights create interesting visuals by introducing boundaries into your space. Boundaries breed intrigue by suggesting a purposeful use of space, even if the only thing walled off is sad shrubbery.

Because dividers are easy to move and not sunk fast in the ground like most perimeter fences, they allow for an ever-evolving outdoor space. Place your dividers and gates strategically to frame the most eye-catching aspects of your space.

Make style choices according to the role you envision for your artificial boundaries. Ask yourself which is your preferred feature: the dividing walls, gates, and fences, the glory of your garden's growth, or both.

Beyond Borders

Moveable dividers and border fences with striking designs are a unique way to conceal flora out of bloom. Offset planting times to cut down on visual clutter, relocating your divider as perennials come into or go out of season. Let your guests revel in the reveal.

For less flower-centric spaces, consider a fence with ornate scroll-work or other flourishes. Turn a basic bamboo-roll fence into a masterpiece. Personalize it with the paint of your choice. Paint a mural if you're one an ambitious, artsy types.

Frills Are the Flora

Fences without frills work well with outdoor flower gardens. They allow plant life to act as your space's centerpiece.

Traditional spaces are best served by fences and dividers made of natural materials like wood or bamboo. But be sure to apply proper stain or treatment, once a year ideally, to timber-made fences. Annual treatment will prevent weather-related rot and splinters.

For the modern outdoor space, metal and plastic are great material options. Unobtrusive climbing plants love open designs like diamond-style lattice galvanized wire.

Make It Your Own

Weave a wood or bamboo backing through an open-design fence for a simple, customizable way to frame your flora.

Personal touches reflect your taste. They're the secret to make a space that stays fresh and uniquely you.