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Your Garden Fence Reimagined

Your Garden Fence Reimagined

Chain link fences may not be the ideal style for your property. We understand that they don’t necessarily match everyone’s aesthetic. The great thing about chain link fencing is the versatility it offers. If you’re a gardener needing a fence, but you don’t want to overspend, then chain link should be considered. A chain-link fence is a great option for gardens or someone who is interested in gardening. The options of growing plants up chain-link make it a great garden fence. There are so many creative ways that plants can cover your chain link fencing, making it seem like your garden goes on for miles. 

chain link fence for garden with vines

Vine Garden Fence

Did you know you can cover your fence easily with vines? There are some specific plants that are excellent at growing at a fast rate to cover your fencing. Some include Silver Lace Vine, Passionflower, Trumpet Vine, Honeysuckle (not the invasive kind) and any relative of the Morning Glory. 

If you have some time on your hands, then you can purchase seeds for the vine(s) of your choice. Purchasing more than one type of vine will offer some different texture and an interesting look to your garden fence. On the other hand, if you are wanting to get a faster start on covering your chain link fence, then you can purchase plants rather than seeds.  

If you want to learn more about the steps on planting your vines, check out this website. 

If you don’t like the look of vines or don’t want them in your garden, then planting shrubs or tall flowers are also a great option as a garden fence.  

chain link fence for garden with tomato

Vegetable Garden Fence 

The options don’t stop at flowers and vines, there’s also a variety of vegetables that thrive growing on chain link fences. Believe it or not, some of your favourite vegetables might do the trick in covering your garden fence. There are types of vegetables that need support for them to grow properly, and chain-link acts as the perfect option for this. Two birds, one stone. You get the benefit of your chain link being covered, while also being able to grow vegetables on your property. 

Beans, squash, tomatoes, and more. How can you go wrong? 

Chain link fences for gardens are a great option. It just takes some creativity and willingness to branch out. Literally.  

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