Chain link fence parts – It is possible that the grass is greener on the other side of the fence, and if you have a chain link fence as part of your landscaping, you will be able to see the other side of the grass. Chain link fence is cheap and durable, but the open woven galvanized steel wire with steel metal posts and frames makes the unattractive appearance of an industrial area. With a little effort and creative inspiration, you can transform your ugly chain link fence into a work of art, or simply conceal the view.
Growing plants, in front or on a chain link fence, creates an attractive, permanent barrier between you and the fence. Fast-growing flowering vineyards, such as wisteria, honeysuckle and trumpet, will grow several feet per year while linking to the chain link. Evergreen vine varieties for year-round coverage include ivy varieties and creeping fig.
Fruit-bearing plants such as raspberries and grapes quickly cover the fence and provide a bonus for wildlife or your family. Climbing roses can be trained to grow on a chain link fence with the benefit of keeping unwanted visitors from your garden because of the thorns on the plant. Fast growing shrubs such as blueberries, azaleas, dogwood or privet can also be grown in front of the fence for quick coverage.