Fencing is not often the focal point of a garden. It’s primary goal of course is to provide privacy and security for you and your family and define property boundaries. However, you may be missing a trick when it comes to the aesthetic of your garden boundary.
The right fencing can complement your landscaping work and even provide structure for plants to grow on. With very little maintenance required it’s an easy way to brighten up your garden! Leaving you to focus on growing those summer roses and cultivating a kitchen herb garden.
The simplest way to make your fencing a little more interesting is to choose a ColourFence. There are a variety of colour options to suit your garden and also trellis for a decorative top if you so desire. With lots of combinations to choose from, you’re almost certain to find a fencing style you love. Have any colour combination you like and create a unique focal piece that remains stunning for years to come.
Make a Living Fence
If you prefer a more natural look, a living fence could be the perfect addition to your garden. You can make a living fence by installing additional trellis to the face of your ColourFence and training plants vertically. This works to give your climbing plants a framework to grow over and is perfect for windy areas where plants need a little more support. By doing this you can create a point of interest at one or more points of your fence and blend an interesting mix of modern and organic design. See the image below for an example of what one of our customers has created with their ColourFence fencing.
Finally, our goal is to provide you with metal garden fencing and gates that are attractive and long-lasting without costly, arduous annual treatments. When you purchase ColourFence products you are investing in your garden long-term, with a product Made in Britain and a 25-year guarantee as standard.
By Timi & Jo
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