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Plastic Fencing for Veining Plants



I didn't know this product existed until I stumbled on to it in the garden department.


I'm glad I did I was trying ti figure how to get my Purple Hyacinth to climb up my light pole. I stapled  it on the side of the house where I had planted the Purple Hyacinth   as a ground cover also








HomeDepot.com

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The YARDGARD 40 in. x 25 ft. Garden Fence is a multi-purpose fence made from plastic. The flexible plastic material can be formed into just about any shape you need for your enclosure. The material is lightweight and easy to install. The green color blends with most landscapes. The fence can be used for protecting gardens and newly-planted areas, surrounding compost piles or creating play and pet areas.

  • Plastic material bends easily to form the enclosure you want
  • Green fence blends with most outdoor backgrounds
  • Lightweight material for an easy-to-transport and an easy-to-dissemble fence
  • Helps screen and protect gardens, newly-planted areas, play areas and pet pens
  • Approximate mesh size of 1-1/4 in. x 1 in. for an ample view through the fence
  • MFG Model # : 889250A
  • MFG Part # : 889250A




Growing Purple Hycanth Seeds

Soak overnight in a solution of Miracle Gro
Plant in a potting soil especially for starting seeds.






2 comments :

Jamie Wilcox said...

I must try growing the hyacinth, they're so pretty and smell heavenly. Yours are gorgeous! TFS.

Glenda's World said...

I hope you do Jamie.
They are very easy to grow. If you have trouble finding seeds, you get back in touch with me......I'LL SEE TO IT YOU HAVE SEEDS. I have plenty