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Arbors and pergolas can be either functional or purely ornamental. If using an arbor for a functional purpose, consider adding a bench or swing to create a cozy nook for sitting and enjoying your garden. Large pergolas can be used as an overhead cover for a deck or patio. While the top of the pergola will probably not keep out rainwater, it can be designed to cast much needed shade on your outdoor seating area. Arbors and pergolas with lattice sides and tops can also provide a supporting structure for vines and climbing plants. Consider planting a climber like clematis, honeysuckle, or trumpet vine at the base of your arbor or pergola to create a beautiful floral focal point in your landscape.
A fence can be built to keep something in, keep something or someone out, reduce noise, block an unwanted view, or to add aesthetics. There are safety factors to consider in the material, construction, and height of the fence. For example:
Vertical wires can be spaced between 3 and 12 apart; the distance should be determined by the particular application of the fence in the area in question. The closer the vertical wire spacing, the stronger the deer fence will be. However, more closely spaced the vertical wires mean that more steel is being used, making the fence more expensive. 6 vertical wire spacing is the most commonly used, providing a good balance between strength and cost-effectiveness. 3 vertical wire spacing may be used for areas of high animal pressure, whereas a more economical 12 spacing might be used for areas of lower pressure such as dividing internal deer farm paddocks.
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