A virtual pot of sweetly scented primroses to all of you who shared your thoughts on and images of garden walls and fences for this month’s Garden Bloggers’ Design Workshop. Here are the posts…
Garden Bloggers’ Design Workshop – Walls and Fences Revisited (Nan at KapliPRO): Kick-off post for this month’s topic.
(Carolyn Gail at Sweet Home and Garden Chicago): Fencing in her front yard may not have been Carolyn’s original design choice, but she made the best of that situation, and of the fences in other parts of her garden as well.
(Gail at Clay and Limestone): Last fall, Gail reported on the mildly hostile takeover of the kingdom of Clay and Limestonia by the power known as Hedge. In the follow-up plea, , she contemplates some of her options for replacing Hedge.
(MMD at Mr. McGregor’s Daughter): Chain-link may not be the most attractive option for garden fencing, but it does offer one advantage over solid fencing: more wildlife-watching options for the residents of Squirrelhaven.
(Cameron at Defining Your Home): Cameron shares the thought process behind her choice of fence to enclose her front-yard cottage garden.
(bloominrs at Bloomin Rs): Give a gardener rocks, and with some ingenuity, she’ll find a way to make good use of them. Bloominrs built some splendid steps and low stone walls (with help from DH) to create terraced beds, and she also crafted a superb sitting wall with a slab of flagstone.
(Heather at Heather’s Garden): Heather shows and tells about the two main fence/wall features in her garden, with bonus images from other gardens she’s visited.
(Frances at Fairegarden): In a post written for the original GBDW on this subject, Frances takes us on a tour of the walls and fences that form such an integral part of Fairegarden.
If you’re looking for even more ideas and inspiration, you can find the original GBDW post here.