Natural Outdoor Fences

Natural Outdoor Fences

While all kinds of good outdoor fences make good neighbors, natural outdoor fences may make some of the happiest. Natural outdoor fences works well for yards that need shelter from strong winds. Often referred to as windbreaks, planting two or more rows of dense, sturdy trees or shrubs decreases the intensity of winds. Windbreaks protect both structures, such as homes, as well as delicate plants, from strong gusts that can cause damage. Choose evergreen plants to provide year-round protection. Making efforts to keep wildlife from entering the landscape to feed on growing crops can have disastrous effects. Animals are often caught on dangerous fences that lead to injury or death. To protect wildlife and plants, consider planting natural fences. Using dense plants with thorns or a flavor which is less than desirable to foraging animals is a safe option. Use this fencing method to prevent pets from leaving your property, too.

Living a green lifestyle focuses on reducing your carbon footprint and treating the Earth as kindly as possible. Even fences made from wood use resources in their production and transportation. Building a natural fence by planting trees and shrubs may reduce the impact on the environment, especially if you use native plants that need little supplemental water or fertilizer. Some plants enrich the soil and provide a food and shelter for wildlife, such as birds. After all, natural outdoor fences mark boundaries and protect privacy while bringing added beauty to your landscape.

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