If you have a section of a fence in your country house that clearly requires something to be done with it - either decorated, or painted, or don't understand that … - you don't really like the fence, but what to do with it is not clear. How about planting garden creepers near the fence and giving it a more beautiful look? Taking care of flowers near the fence is easy and pleasant. Let's see a photo of fences with flowers, which will show how beautiful your fence can be.
Photo of fences with roses
In order to help the weaving rose grow along the height of the fence, you need to create a support for the rose - it can be like a net stretched along the fence or just hooks screwed into the fence, to which the stems of roses are tied.
But not only climbing roses can be used for gardening a fence - for example, bushes of hybrid tea roses do not need support, but their beautiful branches pass through the planks of the picket fence, creating a real work of art from the fence.
In addition, roses like David Austin fill the air with a divine scent.
When planting climbing roses, you need to take into account that using the fence as a support, you may find that after a couple of years the heavy weight of the bush can damage the fence. Consider the strength of your fence when choosing this option for growing roses.
Prune and shape the roses on the fence in time so that it looks neat and attractive.
You can use roses to build up the height of your fence by supporting them with a netting on top of the fence.
In addition to beauty, our beauties of roses can also serve as defenders of our site - you must agree that there are few people willing to climb over the fence, entwined with shoots with thorns.
There are no special varieties of roses that will grow better near a fence. Hybrid tea, floribunda roses, miniature roses, weaving roses - any of them will look good both on the fence and next to it.
Photos of fences with clematis
Clematis are the second most popular garden vines in our gardens after climbing roses. Clematis needs a sunny spot and a cool shade above the roots to flourish.
Clematis blooms throughout the summer and can decorate your fence with stunning blue, purple, pink, yellow, or white flowers.
Some varieties can grow up to 6 m in height and live over 80 years.
The sizes of clematis flowers are very different: from the size of the palm to small stars.
Recently clematis have gained immense popularity in our gardens, so there are many different varieties to choose from.
In order to start blooming, clematis needs a few, so it is more practical to buy a seedling that is already a year or two.
Clematis can be striking in their variety, but they all have the same tough requirements when it comes to the sun. They need at least 6 hours of sun a day. Clematis can grow in partial shade, but it will never reveal its potential here, and its flowering will not be as luxurious and plentiful as in the sun.
Find a location for clematis with low-growing perennials that will provide shade to the root, but will not compete for sun in the higher tiers. Clematis needs sun for its vine and coolness for its roots.
If you can't find a suitable site, you can mulch around the clematis to keep the roots from overheating.
You can also plant clematis near a small tree - clematis will grow without harming it.
Photo of fences with garden vines
In addition to the above, there are other garden vines - honeysuckle, actinidia, wisteria, kampsis.
For example, kapmis, with its beautiful large bells, tolerates frost well and blooms all summer. Due to the fact that its flowering begins quite late, the plant was nicknamed "the sleeping beauty"
Wisteria is more suitable for southern areas.It blooms so violently that leaves are not visible.
Any garden vine can completely transform your fence. It is important to remember about the growing weight of the plant and provide additional support for it, if necessary.
Photos of fences with beautiful landscaping options
In addition to perennial vines, there are annual vines - sweet peas, impomoea, ornamental beans, curly lilacs - for them it is enough to pull a garden pvc mesh over the fence and you already have a blooming fence. In addition, such flowers do not load the fence as much as tree vines.
If, with the growth of perennial vines with a fence, problems arise, then you can put a gazebo next to it, on which to distribute the weight of the grown vines. You can, of course, just cut it off.
Timely pruning will stimulate the shrub to bloom more. Do not forget to remove damaged shoots and prune the bush in time.
Supports for vines are best done BEFORE planting, so as not to damage the roots of the plant.
Flowers can also be used to decorate a decorative fence in the garden.
And, in general, any wall in the garden - the main thing is that there is a support for flowers.
Another option for gardening a fence is vertical gardening.
But, for all its simplicity, such a flower garden is very sensitive to the regularity of watering.
When planting aggressive vines such as wild grapes in the garden, make sure that the roots of the plant do not crawl throughout the garden - when planting, limit the space under the grapes with an iron sheet or at least a piece of roofing material.
Country fences with different colors - each of us chooses his own version, but it is always nice to admire the photo of fences with flowers that bloom magnificently and brightly.
We wish your garden beautiful flower beds and wonderful fences.