Monday, June 29, 2015

The fence is done! Part four

We think it turned out great! Take a look.....

Each trellis pole has either a seedless grape vine or a fuzzy kiwi vine. To facilitate plant growth and help the vines grow skyward, my husband build a growing frame. The were painted in the colors used to paint the house.

It looks great, this side of the fence holds three seedless table grapes and the other end is where the kiwi are planted. The grapes will do well and we might get a bit of fruit that the squirrels don't enjoy, but no guarantees on the kiwi vines. We did purchase two female and one male, just in case!

There are two cables running along the trellis poles, the full length of the fence. In a year or so, the vines will need the cable for support.

You can see it a bit better in this photo. ( It looks a bit like a clothes line..... ) Once the vines are growing green and thick, you won't see much of the cable wire.

And lastly, the foreman is taking a final look around, for quality assurance.

You may view part one here.

You may view part two here.

You may view part three here.

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

this post is shared with:
garden tuesday @ sidewalk shoes
tuesday garden party @ an oregon cottage
maple hill hop @ maple hill 101
tuesdays with a twist @ back to basics


  1. Nicely done! It looks so neat and tidy. Looking forward to seeing your grapes growing!

    1. Thank you, we are too! Now on to other projects.....

  2. Wonderful! Looks great and what a blessing to have those plants. :)

    1. We will love the fuzzy kiwi plants, but it will also be fun to get some fruit! Thanks for visiting.

  3. Thanks Pam. Once everything grows it will be a nice shady privacy fence.

  4. I just love that fence--it's darling. Great job!

    1. Thank you Deborah. I appreciate your kind words.

  5. What a great solution for 1. growing large vines and 2. privacy - love it! Hope you'll keep us updated at the Tuesday Garden Party :)


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