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Rustic reed fence                                                                                               Heather fence in a garden

Rapidly renewable materials like fern, reed, and dwarf pine are our favorite materials for constructing rustic fences. They are inexpensive,  durable,  and have a natural appearance that will blend  right into your garden and indoor setting. Sourcing of these material does not put pressure on our natural resources. Our fences comes in a convenient package of panels with the included matching black nylon coated wire.  Easy installation by tying the wire to hold the fence and the supporting structure together.


Heather Brushwood Fence                                                      Untrimmed Heather Brushwood Fence       
Dwarf pines make a rustic look                                               For bushy woodland look



Fern Fence                                                                                        Bamboo Reed Fence

 Reddish brown fern fence                                                  Bamboo Reeed or White Fern  screen fence




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