Have you ever thought that you really need a fence around your yard to keep your privacy, but installing the fence seems to be boring with its rigid look? Basically, you can have the plants to be used as your fence but the problem is that it is less secure compared with the real fence. The thing that you can do if the real fence is something that you really need is by outsmarting it to look more pretty so that you won’t feel that the fence is boring. Since it is located in your yard, then…
A traveller’s palm provides vertical drama in this tight space, bookended by the octopus-like forms of Myers asparagus ferns. Greg transformed the bare [Colorbond](http://www.colorbond.com/|target="_blank") fence on a tight budget by creating a decorative framework panel from simple garden stakes. Bamboo screening panels were framed with lengths of recycled timber. Photo: Scott Hawkins
As the world gets bigger and bigger, our living spaces get smaller. So even if you’re lucky enough to live in the suburbs, you probably don’t have the same yard size your grandparents had. Maybe you want to subdivide your space for functionality – separating the kitchen garden from Fido’s favourite playing spot. Or maybe
Wooden fencing is a simple and effective way to create garden screens. Ideal for sectioning areas of your garden, whether you want to partition off a vegetable garden or establish a secluded area for relaxing or entertaining.
Privacy screens can be a garden feature that takes up only a small footprint, but attracts a ton of attention. You can build one yourself with a few easy-to-find materials and get growing with an espaliered climbing shrub that looks beautiful for all four seasons.