There are many good reasons to put up a garden fence. You may want to keep out wildlife or pets. You may want a decorative fence, or you may want a combination of both. What you are looking for in your garden fencing will make a difference in the type of fence that you want to install.
The first question to ask yourself then is “Why do I want to install a home garden fence?”. If you want to put one up to primarily keep critters out of your vegetables then you should probably go the utilitarian route. This is by far the least expensive way to put up fencing and you will find that it works very well.
When it comes to basic functional types of fencing there are basically two varieties. The first type you can install is a wire garden fence and the second type is a mesh garden fence. The choice is really up to you, as it depends on what you prefer.
In general the netting or mesh type is less expensive, but they wire type is more durable, so the choice is really up to you.
If your garden serves a primarily decorative purpose or if you have a small backyard vegetable garden then you may want to opt for a decorative garden fence. This option is generally more expensive (especially if you need to also keep out critters), but is usually also much prettier, and is a good one if you have invested a lot of money in things like landscaping and nice wooden sheds to make your garden area look nice.
When it comes to this type of fence you have plenty of options. You can go for bamboo, plain wood, a garden picket fence, or many other options. Most of the time these decorative fences come with posts and garden fence panels. They also come in functional styles and strictly decorative types of borders.
These are just a few varieties of garden fencing, there are many more. The most important thing to do when you are installing a decorative fence is to match form with function. You want the fence to do what you want it to do, but you also want it to be a great looking fence.
No matter what type of fencing you decide to install be sure to take time to enjoy your garden.