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Living Fences – How To Make A Living Fence. It's all well and good until the deer you're trying to keep out eat the fence itself.

"How to make a living willow hedge" ~  Almost all willows take root very readily from cuttings. Young, thin willow cuttings are known as withies, longer willow rods are known as whips. Willows have high levels of auxins, hormones that promote rooting success. The hormone is so prevalent that "willow water" brewed from willow stems, will encourage the rooting of many other plant cuttings as well.

15 Amazing Living Fence Ideas for Your Yard - Weeping Willows grow quickly, and stand up well in cold weather. These trees are extremely supple, and can be shaped to form the living fence of your drea (Chicken Backyard Cold Weather)

Living willow fence...to KEEP DEE OUT of a garden, nothing beats S. purpurea hedges. Planted densely they can't get through them and they have so much salicin in the leaves they're too bitter to eat

to keep deer out of a garden, nothing beatsS. Planted densely they can't get through them and they have so much salicin in the leaves they're too bitter to eat!

Add Privacy to Your Yard by Making a Beautiful Living Willow Fence

Beautiful examples of living willow fences

Eric Renault grows and weaves the most beautiful objects from willow and sweet-chestnut including these raised beds as well as planters and living willow fences.

Eric Renault grows and weaves the most beautiful objects from willow and sweet-chestnut including these raised beds as well as planters and living willow fences.

“Age puzzles me. I thought it was a quiet time. My seventies were interesting, and fairly serene, but my eighties are passionate. I grow more intense as I age. To my own surprise I burst out with hot conviction ...  I must calm down. I am far too frail to indulge in moral fervor.” ― Florida Scott-Maxwell, The Measure of My Days

“Age puzzles me. I thought it was a quiet time. My seventies were interesting…

A wood frame with tall, straight willow branches stuck vertically into the soil and intertwined into the frame. CAUTION, willow roots are aggressive in seeking out moisture; for this reason, THEY CAN BECOME PROBLEMATIC WHEN PLANTED NEAR CESSPOOLS OR DRAINAGE AREAS. They should also not be planted close to a building due to their roots aggressive and large size. modmissy.com

Green Barrier™ living willow hedges, sustainable and aesthetically pleasing. They provide almost instant screening, even in winter. The willow establishes very quickly after planting and creates an attractive green hedge in as little as 2 months.

Art from trash appeals to builder of wattle fences                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Art from trash appeals to builder of wattle fences

Spacing and form by Skelly turns a wattle fence from utilitarian into a work of art. Note the many angles represented through the use of cross-weaving and naturally bending branches.

Talk about a clever idea: willow switches just stuck in the ground will bend easily and sprout with little encouragement. Hey presto - living fence!

Living Willow Fence: Willow switches just stuck in the ground will bend easily (after all we weave baskets from them) and sprout with little encouragement. Just twist & hold them together with string or twist ties, until they are growing well.

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Building a Living Fence: Osage orange trees (Maclura pomifera), also called hedge apple or horse apple. For an incredibly tough, enduring windbreak that’s a major player in a local ecology, probably nothing surpasses Osage orange.

weaving willow stems around hazel uprights to form a turf seat

Howard Rice Garden Photography - Gallery: Garden DIY Made from willow stems a wrapped around wooden spikes.

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