Fence gardens are a valuable addition to the landscape around the house. To help keep the garden at its best during the growing season, you want to protect it from angry animals or storms. Setting up a fence provides such protection while adding more appeal to the landscape. There are several types of fences that you can use. Using chain link fence decorations is a good option when you want to mix the kitchen garden in the surrounding landscaping.
Use strike watch fencing when trying to keep pets and animals smaller. You can install a rail fences when you need to keep out your pet. Using the chicken net is an option when trying to limit rabbits, rats, mice and other smaller animals because it has smaller openings. The chicken nets are also mobile and you can take it down after each season.
Using the chicken net is a good option if you have an irregularly shaped vegetable garden or need fast fences for isolated places such as gardens growing in decks, containers or in heaps. Bury the wire at least 6 inches into the ground so animals cannot dig under it. Sheep wire is a stronger form of chicken net. Check the fence year round for holes or damage every year. Replace permanent fencing every five years if necessary.