Welded wire fence panels are a quick and reasonably inexpensive way to make your garden safe for children and pets. Unfortunately, the wire fence does not “age” well. Instead of changing the whole fence, try to hide it.
Create a bed of flowers or a wide bard of flowers around your welded wire fence panels. Although several layers of flowering plants may not be able to completely cover your fence, they will be a visual distraction, turning your eyes away from the fence. Mounted beds can give more height and create a greater visual impact and better coverage. Start with the sections of the fence that are less attractive or that will mean a greater difference in relation to improving the image of your property, such as the front yard or the entrance.
Not only do fast-growing climbers provide a reasonably quick disguise for your welded wire fence panels. Among the fast-growing climbers are Boston Ivy, which grows well in partial shade and features autumn colors and honeysuckle, which offers fragrant flowers and attracts hummingbirds. Climbing fig and English ivy are perennial climbers with interesting variations of foliage. The hyacinth grows up to 20 feet (6.6 m) in a season and develops flowers, pods and colorful foliage.
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