Locally grown and fabricated wattle panels, woven from the coppice wood of willow. Coppicing is the practice of cutting trees or shrubs to the quick, with the intent of harvesting the branches for fuel, or fencing. The shrub or tree regrows, only to have its branches harvested again. Woven hurdles keep the livestock out of the vegetable garden. They border herb and vegetable gardens. They provide privacy without being utterly opaque. They work wherever they are needed. Woven hurdles are a fence material friendly to a garden or landscape of any point of view. The fence is also friendly to vines that need to grip to climb. Clematis grown on this fence is especially lovely.
Standard Panels are 48″ long by 72″ high and can be ordered in custom sizes, posts sold separately.