Inexpensive DIY Garden Fence Ideas

This is a straightforward and inexpensive bamboo fence, created from bird netting and bits of bamboo that were available fromĀ Fence Company Branson Mo. the neighbor’s yard. The gardener wished something that would be attractive and inexpensive, she wanted to recycle materials which were in the neighborhood, and she sought something that could keep out rabbits, groundhogs and deer.


The bamboo poles are driven into the surface about one ft .. They’re spaced 3 to 4 feet aside, and there’s a little bit of twine that links each one of the poles. The netting is then just hung directly on the poles and attached to the twine. It’s very simple. This complete fence only got about a half a day to construct. It only required about 30 us dollars worth of materials and it’s really been quite effective, so far. The bamboo poles will rot over time and have to be replaced.

Now, you’ll notice that this fence is merely 5 feet in height. & most deer fences are 7 to 8 toes in height. This fence is working, however, because your garden is right next in to the house, and deer can’t stand to bounce into confined areas. The only potential negative with this fence is the fact groundhogs and rabbits could chew up through the netting. I want to demonstrate our vinyl-coated cable deer fence. At the house and Garden Information Centre this is a vinyl-coated welded wire, the opportunities are about 2 by 2 . 5 inches wide.

And it’s a very simple fence, we’ve used this to keep out groundhogs and rabbits. It’s about four ft high, by 50 toes long for each and every roll. And we have 6 foot tall metal fence posts. And we put them about,every 10 foot surrounding the perimeter of this garden. It will require probably an afternoon to place this together on your own. It really, you truly only need one person to do it, but it will probably go more quickly if you two. Which is simple which is inexpensive. It really is about $per linear ft . to set up this fence. And it will last for quite some years like this. It doesn’t corrode or anything like this. This is primarily for someone that desires an instant and easy way to keep groundhogs and rabbits out with their garden. That is a black polypropylene fence, known as deer netting. It’s foot vast and the fine mesh is opening is by 2 inches wide. We’re at a huge community garden, and they’ve preferred this type of fencing, because it’s relatively inexpensive and easy to set up.

And it’s really very proficient at keeping deer out. They’ve used heavy fence posts for this fence, but at home you could use a much lighter post. There’s a piece of vinyl-coated line that is attached from fence post to fence post, that’s very important for encouraging this netting. And at the bottom, the fence is bent and buried with garden soil, and that’s to keep rabbits and groundhogs from digging under it. This fence costs about two dollars per linear feet. This could be very good for any size garden, it isn’t very expensive, it’s easy to mount, it kind of blends within a green background of trees and shrubs, and it will carry on 15 to twenty years. Here’s an an example of a solar powered electric fence. It’s mostly to keep the deer out of the garden. But I’ve also put this plastic inside to keep the rabbits out.

This is manufactured from yellow and dark-colored vinyl braided with line in it. It had been very easy to create, and if you touch it if it is on, it’s not a continuous surprise, if an pet or person came up to it, it wouldn’t really injure you, you’d feel it, but it wouldn’t be that bad. But it will, it frightens the family pets enough to keep them away, and ultimately, it costs me about 300 us dollars for all your materials for this. Which is around about 2 us dollars maybe a bit more than 2 us dollars per linear foot, to construct it, and it took roughly, I’d say, a day, a day . 5 to put it all together, once the posts were put in, and around the corners.

I would recommend this type of fence for anybody that’s in a community and doesn’t want an eyesore in the backyard. This is a higher tensile line fence, it’s constructed with large corner content made out real wood, and 17-gauge electric fence wire. The gardener selected this kind of fence to exclude deer, and to enclose a big garden inexpensively. The other key, is that this type of fence works perfectly on uneven and sloped floor. Fence costs about 195 dollars altogether, that’s to enclose 3000 rectangular ft of garden space. That comes out to about 80 cents per linear foot, so it’s relatively inexpensive, it will last 20 to 30 years with suprisingly low maintenance..