Backyard fences – A backyard fence may perform some or all of these roles but still looks a bit shabby or utilitarian. Not so much to replace the fence with something more to your taste, camouflage saving the material from landfill and save you some money. Cottage gardens are size beds and planters of wildflowers, flowering vines, lush greens, green plants and winter foliage.
Make sure your backyard fences has its own planting of vines of honeysuckle and morning glory, which not only relate to the fence, but signs of bees, butterflies and hummingbirds in the spring, summer and fall. Plant in order to keep the gate presentable during the winter, with the parts of ivy that all but the most severe freezes will withstand. Include ivy, though, so it does not overpower the more delicate flowering plants-which reappear in the spring.
Plant bamboo of backyard fences along the fence for a rapidly growing green wall behind old boards or chain link. Running bamboo is aggressive and invasive, thus preparing the ground, unless you want to be flooded neighbors and the rest of your yard by tall, rustling canes. Dig down about two feet and edges of impermeable root barriers along the channel where you want to set to grow bamboo.