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Living willow hedge panels by Green Barrier of Scotland. Living hedge sections come in pre-constructed 1m widths and in heights from 1.2 to 2.5m. They are planted directly into topsoil to a depth of 60cm (2 feet), to provide support while the roots grow. www.esi.info

Green fence: Living willow hedges are sustainable and aesthetically pleasing. They provide almost instant screening, even in winter. They establish very quickly after planting and create an attractive green hedge in as little as 2 months.

wood pallets as fencing! cheap and easy! Would be perfect around a garden. by catarina freitas

Wood pallets as fencing - Set them up nicely and add a dash of paint. This could work. (Its not exactly furniture, but seeing as all my other furniture so far is made from either pallets or crates, I thought it fit in well)

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Glass House by Harumi Yukutake

Artist Harumi Yukutake constructed a magical-looking house covered with thousands of round mirrors. Each mirror was unique because it was hand cut by the artist.

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13 Attractive Ways To Add Privacy To Your Yard & Deck (With lots of pictures and resources)-bamboo screening

Bamboo tunnel! It would be cool to do this with the bamboo in silver tubs so they don't take over

Could do this on one side of living fence opening to secret garden -- love the idea of using bamboo

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18 DIY Garden Fence Ideas to Keep Your Plants

Green Barrier™ living willow hedges, sustainable and aesthetically pleasing. The willow establishes very quickly after planting and creates an attractive green hedge in as little as 2 months.

PVC trellis will last much longer, pound rebar into the ground and slide this over it.

Make this into an arbor? Lattice and cheap PVC pipe from the hardware store - would work for displaying so many different things

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Get willow branches from landscape nursery in bundles of 100 sticks. Put branches in ground at least 6 inches, and 4 to 8 inches apart (one pointing left, the next pointing right). Using hemp twine, tie them together at the top.

Say you hate your neighbor, and you want to block them from your sight, or you have wild, rabid children, and you don't want them to escape ...

Interesting fence- reuse of corrugated steel and old tin ceiling tiles. Tile could replace the tin ceiling tiles.

Create your own living wall with a combo of pallets and cloth grow bags.

Eat the wall. This edible wall features herbs and salad greens. It’s featured in Vancouver landscape architect Senga Lindsay’s Edible Landscaping.

Make fences out of your garden waste. This would be great to create a wind break using my willow branches

Make fences out of your garden waste. This would be great to create a wind break using my willow branches(Diy Garden Fence)