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Make it one-of-a-kind

By: Garden Gate staff
Accessorizing a garden is important! Follow this tip to get gorgeous edging.

Make it one-of-a-kind

Looking for a beautiful, unique edging option? You can make it yourself! Supple willow saplings, grapevine, tree suckers and watersprouts are easy to weave into a wattle fence like the willow one to the left. Thin shoots or brown twine help tie the arches together.

If you’re not nimble-fingered, just bend overlapping U-shaped wickets to define the bed. You’ll save even more by growing the material yourself or cutting it from a friend’s garden.

Published: May 29, 2012
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