Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Stringers and Fence Boards, part two


The lilies in the butterfly garden deserved a showing, now lets move on to the fence.

The stringers are up, and the fence boards in in the works! We are looking forward to the fence being completed. It will offer the much needed privacy. It is true, tall fences make good neighbors.

The truth is, it is difficult to have sense of privacy behind a four foot cyclone fence, while your neighbor has an upper deck that they also enjoy. I think this will help, both families.




And then we can plant a plant at each pole. Our picks include, seedless grapes, fuzzy kiwi and wisteria.


This is a really pretty time of year for flowers, even the deck pots look lovely.

Thank you for visiting such a busy backyard, as always we appreciate your time when you visit and your wonderful comments!


4 comments:

  1. I'm sure you're looking forward to the privacy. Enjoy!

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    1. Thanks, we are going to put bird houses on half of the trellis poles to encourage more birds into the yard.

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  2. I vote for wisteria--I love that stuff. Also, clematis is a show stopper.
    --Rocquie

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    1. I love wisteria also, and clematis is wonderful, thanks for the suggestions!

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