DIY Garden Stick Fence

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Our garden has always been in an open area out in the back. However, our dogs have started making it their playground, so I was looking for a way to keep them out. I found someone who had a similar problem online and they built this diy all natural garden stick fence.

It is a quick and affordable solution. Most of it is built from sticks or trimmed fruit tree branches that you can just collect from your homestead. The only thing that may have to buy is the cotton or wire that you use to hold everything together. I had some left over copper wire in our shed, so I just used that for this project.

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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • sticks or small tree branches
  • cotton string
  • scissors
  • hacksaw
  • hammer
  • pliers (optional)
  • wire (optional)

The main sections of the fence should be about two and a half feet and these will anchor your fence when hammered into the ground. There are small twigs that go between these long ones that are then threaded with more long sticks. Ultimately each intersection should only have a maximum of about 5 sticks tied together.

After you have finished the first row, move on to the next one and thread the sticks in the same way. Do not get too concerned about trying to keep this straight, it is almost impossible to do this. I just ended up doing the best I could to keep all the knots and interesections as neat as possible. I love the natural look of the fence! 🙂

You can follow step by step instructions on the Mortified Citizen blog, here…

DIY All Natural Garden Fence

You can watch the video below on how to build a fence from twigs and branches…


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