Use split rail fence with wire when you need stronger material that is also flexible. Use fences with a maximum opening of 1 1/2 inches to hold rabbits and small animals. Bury the fence 6 inches in the ground to avoid something burrowing underneath. The height of the fence must be up to 8 feet tall to keep the deer from jumping it. You can also use this to keep pets or horses out. Use the height to create a trellis for climbing vegetables.
Bamboo fences can also combine the aesthetic appeal of wood with useful chain or wire fence. You can also use bamboo as a seasonal fencing because you can pull it and re-roll it for storage. Bamboo is also robust enough to withstand wind, snow drift and many types of animals. Merge green shoots of bamboo into the chain link fence to add a stronger element and create a visual effect for the fence.
Utilize trees and shrubs when you want a natural fence for the kitchen garden. Using the proper trees such as Leyland cypress or eastern hemlock, which produce thick high coverage, helps build a hedge and endures many types of animals such as deer or domestic animals. Use smaller plants such as purple bushes that can become lower fences while inviting beneficial creatures such as bees or hummingbirds to the garden. Use berry bushes as a natural fence while also providing food for yourself and animals.