Latest from last years fence.

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  1. Kildale

    Kildale Nature's Window

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    Last year I replaced a fence. I had to put up tarpaulins to keep the deer out while I made it. I had to make the garden like they do on mountain sides, tiered, using rocks. Added a few plants to the trees that stayed and this week took another picture. See if you notice anything different.
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  3. Odif

    Odif In Flower

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    That looks good, from building site to park in just one year.
     
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    eileen Resident Taxonomist Staff Member Moderator Plants Contributor

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    I don't see any little changes Kildale ... I see massive ones!! :smt026 What a beautiful spot you've created. I didn't think that by replacing a fence you'd end up with such a delightful garden space.
     
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    Netty Chaotic Gardener Plants Contributor

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    I agree with Eileen ... what a beautiful space!
     



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    marlingardener Strong Ash

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    One year? That looks like an established garden that has been lovingly tended for years. You certainly did well--it's beautiful!
     
  7. Kildale

    Kildale Nature's Window

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    Thank you all for the kind messages. I like building stuff and landscaping. The better half though grows everything and plants most of it.
     
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    Papaw-John New Seed

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    It is hard to believe it is the same place. WOW! :setf_016:
     
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    Sjoerd Mighty Oak

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    Mate, that turned out well didn't it.
    It seems so odd that one has problems with deer in their gardens.
     
  10. Kildale

    Kildale Nature's Window

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    We can keep them out of the back garden but not the large front one.
     
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    Islandlife Young Pine

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    Definitely looks fantastic! We have one last section of fence to do here too and have been waiting for the fellow (stonemason) to do the last section of Allen block before we start but can definitely feel your pain - does look fantastic though!
     
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    EJ Allotmenteer Extraordinaire

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    Wow, what a great job and the garden looks fabulous
     

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