Thursday, 29 May 2014

Fences for Plants and Birds.



On one of our garden boundaries we added trellis to increase the height of the wooden fence many, many years ago to provide some extra privacy and to support for the odd pot, plaque and some roses and clematis.


Of course, from time to time, it provides a perch for others including the inquisitive Blackbird.

Linking to GOOD FENCES hosted by TexWisGirl.

27 comments:

  1. It looks like it all works well and so beautiful Frank~

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  2. I can't get over how much your Blackbird looks just like our Robin! Coloring is different, but for all the world, it resembles a black robin.

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  3. Looks like that 'fence' is working just fine Frank?...[;o)'

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  4. really nice! love your roses and blooms (and your blackbirds, too!) thanks for linking, frank!

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  5. Great fences and flowers. However, my favorite is the close-up of the wary-looking bird.

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  6. oh yes. Fence of course. Why did I not think of it.

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  7. The flowers are beautiful and love seeing birds perched on fences.

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  8. Great fence .. er, trellis... Beautiful flowers and I love the photo of the blackbird

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  9. Hi Frank Love the Clematis and blackbird o the fence.

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  10. That is a practical fence! A perch, privacy, and beautiful flowers. It has it all.

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  11. I never think to hang pots on my bit of trellis - good idea.

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  12. I love your trellis and how filled in with flowers it is. It's a grand place to relax.

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  13. Your clematis is pretty, love the color! Always nice to see the birds perched on a fence. Great shots!

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  14. looks like he is tippy-toeing on the board.... hahhaha...cute....

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  16. Superb Frank, the Blackbird and the plants, are very beautiful too.

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  17. What beautiful flowers and decorations !

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  18. Functioning Fencing works here for flower support. I'm loving your gorgeous and different Clematis. Sweet shot of the black bird too.

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  19. This looks just like our American Robin except it doesn't have an orange chest. He is pretty and beautifully photographed.

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  20. You've certainly got the touch!

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  21. Lovely images! Love the shot of the blackbird.

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  22. The clematis are lovely. nice photos. thanks for sharing.

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  23. A really good fence Frank. Love the Clematis and I've always a soft spot for the Blackbirds :D)

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  24. Great habitat Frank,hope you get plenty of visitors for the lens.

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  25. Thanks for all your visits and comments.

    The fence has seen some different visitors today which I'll share in a forthcoming post.

    Cheers ... FAB.

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  26. Fences that serve both flowers and birds are definitely good fences.

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