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Check out My Pea fence

Posted by tammyinwv z6/WV (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 20, 10 at 18:41

I couldnt decide how to do it. I even went to far as to gather several long sticks with the intention on using them to form tee pees. But then I remembered I just pulled out a lot of wire garden edging that was a foot tall. My peas are Mr. Big variety, and are supposed to only get 24"-36" tall. So I stacked 3 rows of this, overlapping slightly and wrapped the ends around the previous row to hold each together. it will also fan fold for storage.

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RE: Check out My Pea fence

Tammy- What a clever way to reuse that small fencing! Also easy to store...that's great :)

RE: Check out My Pea fence

That looks great!

RE: Check out My Pea fence

Thanks guys. I was wanting something small and fairly unobtrusive, since the peas are supposed to be small. We shall see how it holds up.

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