Chicken wire fencing – Use chicken wire to provide education fence climbers. Frame a section of chicken wire with an old wooden picture frame, and attach it securely with a staple gun. Nail it to the posts in the ground or put it against the side of your house to live fence or trellis. Plant climbing plants such as jasmine, morning glories or tomatoes in the bottom of the chicken wire fence or trellis to create a solid “wall” of flowering greenery. Chicken wire fence and trellis also double as coaches for vegetable plants such as tomatoes or green beans.
Roll chicken wire fencing in cone-shapes or box shapes to small potted plants. Box-shaped covers also double as baskets to hold items such as dried flowers or fresh eggs. Display chicken wire domes to tables capes to create a popular, rustic atmosphere. Use wire cutters to manipulate and cut chicken wire in form of your choice. Choose colorful spray paint to adapt chicken wire domes to match a decorating theme or seasonal color scheme.
Place chicken wire fencing in gutters to keep leaves and debris from clogging downspouts. Merely cut five-foot lengths of chicken wire into strips that measure twice width of trench. Bend lengths of chicken wire in curved shapes to deflect dirt and leaves. Wedge chicken wire between sides of trench to form a sturdy curved tunnel, which acts as a barrier against gutter clogging pine, needles, leaves, and acorn.