I need to make some of these little fences for my garden. They're cute and look like they'd at least be a little effective in keeping bunnies out.
The Malvern Spring Show 2010 Show Gardens: The One That Caught My Eye.
I managed to drag myself away from Tumbledown Farm for a few hours this week to take a peek at the Malvern Spring Show. As usual, despite the crowds of people and grisley drizzley weather I took lots of photos. I will try my best to post some of them over the next few days for those of you who could not make it to the show. The garden I particularly liked probably appealed to me the most because it reminded me very much of home. From a distance it looked like a shabby old shed with a rickety…
Garden Must-Have: Woven Willow Fences and Trellises - Gardenista
Before big garden centers and mega-stores, gardeners made fences and plant supports out of what was at hand: bent wood. Flexible willow, hazel, and other p
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Design Sleuth: Willow Accessories for the Cottage Garden - Gardenista
Hang the garden makeover; anyone who favors natural, twiggy plant supports can have an authentic English cottage garden. One hundred fifty years ago, there
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