Monday, August 1, 2016

Pallet Garden Fence Finished

It took a long time, but the pallet garden fence is finally finished!  I really like the way it turned out.
Sunnybrook Farm was kind enough to help us get some more pallets to finish it off.  It will be interesting to see how it holds up with time and weather.  Hopefully it won't wear too quickly. 

I like being inside the fence.  It's like my own little garden world.  What more could I ask for? 

34 comments:

Out on the prairie said...

This really looks nice

Aodhnait said...

Fence looks great! What a clever way of reusing pallets

Tom said...

If you need more let me know.

Vicki said...

I really like the rustic look of your fence. Very clever.

Tina Fariss Barbour said...

The fence looks great! I like the look of the pallets and such a clever idea to use them that way. You have a beautiful view to look at as you garden.

Alica said...

It looks great!

Sunnybrook Farm said...

It really looks good, better than mine as I really didn't know what I was doing when I started building. One thing that I did that really helped was that I found some old roofing metal and put that around the base to keep groundhogs and other small animals out but the fence strangely keeps deer out of gardens. They could easily jump over it but I have never seen one in the garden in the several years I have had it, they just don't like it.

Linda said...

Charming! Hope it keeps out hungry critters.

Busy Bee Suz said...

I absolutely love this! It's a work of art. Enjoy

Betsy Adams said...

Great fence --but I am pleased to see such a healthy garden in the works... YUM... Lots of good eating will come from there.

Hugs,
Betsy

Sally said...

Love it, Lisa. I'm happy for you!

xoxo

Mary said...

Just fabulous Lisa! What a great idea, and I just know you are growing amazing delicacies for your kitchen there!

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

It's swell! I love my garden room, too! I put a little table and 2 chairs in mine so I can just go in and chill.
Nice job on that fence.

Vera said...

What a good idea for a fence.

Karen S. said...

Now that is cool!

Abraham Lincoln said...

My neighbor man makes lounges using boards on pallets.

Angie said...

i love it... it looks perfect!

The Cranky said...

What a neat and tidy fence!

Ginny Hartzler said...

Phil and I are amazed! He said it is very cool. I want one even though we don't have a garden!! It still looks like a lot of work. But much less than with a traditional fence. You have the BEST ideas!

PioneerPreppy said...

Neat another Virginian Pallet-sade!!!! You need some cannon now I bet the boys can help with that.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

I love it, it turned out great!

Lin said...

It's cool! I love how it looks AND it's functional!

Harry Flashman said...

Pretty sharp looking. I don't know if you have wild hogs there like we do, but it should keep them out if you do. And even if you don't, from an aesthetic standpoint it's really nice.

Laurie said...

It looks very sturdy and nice. I'm amazed at all the things you can do with pallets.

Mildred said...

That turned out great. My former neighbor had the cutest planter made from a pallet and a blog friend's son painted a flag on a pallet for July 4th.

Endah Murniyati said...

Interesting garden!

Endah Murniyati said...

Interesting fence!

alissa apel said...

I wonder if you could get some tarps, or car covers to cover them up for the winter? They could probably be staked down. Then it would last longer.

It looks so neat!

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Fantastic! I hope it keeps all the veggie eating critters out.

Bill said...

It looks great! It's neat to see discarded pallets re-purposed like this.

Ginny Hartzler said...

Every time we see pallets, we think of you now. Phil wants to know how they are sunk in the ground...

Karen Ann said...

Pallets can stack up and become an eye sore and rotted mess in some places. This is a terrific use of them, good job!

Kathleen Valentine said...

That's a lovely fence!!! Good for you.

indah nuria Savitri said...

beautiful fence..hope they stay for some time. What do you have inside, Lisa :)