Thursday, May 23, 2013

Best Deer Fence Ever


This spectacular deer fence is in Southampton, Long Island. It surrounds a 112 x 72 foot garden owned by landscape designer Lisa Bynon. Read the article and view more photos here. WOW.

5 comments:

penelopebianchi said...

YIKES!!

HOW ABOUT LEAVING IT!?!

IT LOOKS UNBELIEVABLY CHIC!!

JUST LIKE THAT!!

(Oh, so sorry to yell like that! I got so excited!) It looks so great! (and the whole center part is so good for the birds!!)

I think it is my favorite lawn I have ever seen!

Penelope

Elizabeth@ Pine Cones and Acorns said...

Now that is a fence! It is raining here too, cats and dogs, then a rest and more cats and dogs.

I hope that you, Webster and tabitha have a lovely weekend, in spite of the rain.

Content in a Cottage said...

Penelope...Mine too. We have a fence height regulation around here and I wonder if this one would pass? I love what's inside too

Elizabeth...
Fingers crossed that the rain is over but I doubt it. We'll see. I'm enjoying indoor activities.

xo, Rosemary

Anonymous said...

I think garden architecture is just as fascinating as the plants it compliments and protects. What fun it is to "visit" this garden. You find the best places to "take" us, Rosemary.
On Sunday, I will be working with the young historic interpreters at Gunston Hall to build a wattle fence using wisteria vines (we don't have a source for willow). I'll let you know how it turns out.
Linda

Content in a Cottage said...

Linda....

That sounds like a fun project. Wish I were there to help. I blogged about Prince Charles with his own wattle fence here:
http://contentinacottage.blogspot.com/2010/04/nbc-to-air-prince-charles-film-on.html

It's raining again :(
xo, Rosemary