Thursday, May 7, 2015

A Green Fence

I know this is not what comes to mind when you think of a fence
but it seems to do the job. This Bamboo, separating two properties is so dense, that it would be hard to walk through.
Linking to: Good Fences

12 comments:

  1. I like the bamboo, it is a pretty natural fence.. Happy Thursday!

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  2. A very nice fence. Does the job without saying, 'Stay on your side!'. :-)

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  3. Way to think outside of the box, Janey! :) Those things are 'dangerous' though....they grow worse than weeds. ;)

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  4. p.s. I DO prefer living 'fences'. ;)

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  5. i've seen that used as a privacy screen at an addiction rehabilitation place i came across out here in the country once. certainly does the job!

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  6. Making the Good Fences blog run and I stopped by!

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  7. Bamboo makes for a great natural fence and the pretty orange blooms at the end of the driveway were fun to see too.

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  8. Love the living fence, but I remember my parents struggling to keep the one we had along our driveway "in its place."

    Bises,
    Genie

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  9. I have a huge bamboo in my garden too. Makes a nice living fence.

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  10. I've seen some in my dad's neighborhood, and you're right...a person would not like to try walking through, nor would a dog.
    ~

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