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6 ft. x 15 ft. Reed Fencing (4-Pack)

$86.47 /package

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Constructed from fresh water reed grown along riverbanks and wetlands, Peeled Reed Fencing provides an affordable and convenient way to enhance your landscape. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing and eco-friendly, but it also functions to add texture to an otherwise one-dimensional setting. To promote durability and longevity, our Peeled Reed Fencing comes pre-assembled and is woven with vinyl-coated wiring. As a lightweight product, Peeled Reed Fencing is often a viable solution when seeking to cover old, unsightly fencing while simultaneously adding an element of tropical flair to your surroundings. Whether you're looking to add privacy to your backyard or hoping to achieve a natural island look, Peeled Reed Fencing is certainly an environmentally-friendly option to consider. Using natural resources as a way to accent your home not only beautifies your landscape, but it also protects and preserves our environment.

  • Constructed of eco-friendly, fresh-water reed and vinyl-coated wire
  • Adds a tropical aesthetic to your landscape or pool area
  • Provides a privacy screen for your home and yard
  • Pre-assembled for your convenience
  • Easily connect additional panels by tying them together with wire
  • Item may need to be gently stretch to achieve size. Approximately 15ft long.

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6 ft. x 16 ft. Reed Fencing (4-Pack)
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Could you cut it in half (width wise) or would it come apart?

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September 29, 2015
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Yes, we cut it that way when using it for our porch ceiling. We rolled it tightly, evened it up, and used a chop saw. It's best to cut centered between the wires that hold it together. If too close to them, the reeds can come out.
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August 18, 2015
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It is held with wiring about every 6 inches so cutting it in half would be fine.
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August 18, 2015
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It is held together by several wires about every 6 inches apart so it should be fine if you want to cut it in half.
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August 16, 2015
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All the reeds are held together with intertwined wire. If you want less than 16 feet you can twist the cut -end wires to hold it all together.
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July 20, 2015
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Yes because it's held together by wire so you can trim it to size with some simple wire cutters. Very easy, I had to cut mine.
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July 7, 2015
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WE CUT OURS TO LENGTH WITH DIAGONAL CUTTERS. YOU LOSE ONE OR TWO CANES. BUT WHEN YOU ARE DONE IT LOOKS FINE.
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June 23, 2015
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Yes, the sticks of bamboo are tight together with (4 or 5) thin metal wires . Just cut it to split the two pieces and twist the end of the wire to prevent the bamboo to come apart... and you're done.
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June 16, 2015
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Hot glue it. We cut it to specific lengths and then used hot glue to seal the threads. We hot glued 1" lengths on both sides.
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June 9, 2015
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It is very Easy to cut with hedge shears (manual ones NOT ELECTRIC).
you can cut height or length and it won't come apart or unravel.
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Can this be cut to height needed, say about 4' ?

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yes
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August 18, 2015
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It is held with wires about every 6 inches so it should be fine if you want to cut it shorter.
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August 18, 2015
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Well, it is wrapped together with wire at about 1 foot from the top and 1 foot from the bottom. You can cut it if you like with a good pair of scissors. It would probably be better if you bury it a little though.
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Sure, you can cut it down to 4'. Easy to cut with good scissors or clippers.
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July 20, 2015
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Yes, it could be cut shorter. Trim just below the wire. Wired about every foot or so.
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July 7, 2015
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YES, THE WAY IT IS CONSTRUCTED IT CAN BE SHORTENED. I THINK I WOULD USE PRUNING SHEERS OR CUTTERS.
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Yes - but you have to hot glue the threads or the wall will unravel. We hot glued about 1" then folded the glue section back behind it.
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Yes same answer as before
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is this (4) 6ft. x 16ft long rolls? Or does the length of the 4 add up to 16ft long?

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I need 55ft. in length.
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It is four rolls that each measure 6'×16' each. So with four rolls you will be able to cover 64 feet of fence line
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Each roll is 6 X 16. So the total length is 64 ft.
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it is 4 rolls of 6X16ft. so basically a total of 64 feet long by 6 feet high.
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Each roll is 16 ft so you'll get 64 ft total
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Each roll is 16 feet long.
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THERE ARE 4 SEPARATE ROLLS THAT ARE 16' LONG.
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It is 4 16' rolls #60 feet#
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I don't have a fence. Will this stand up on it's own?

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I have bushes with a gap that I would like to cover up without waiting for years for foliage to grow. There's no fence in the spot. Will this reed fencing stand up on its own?
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Try using T-posts and attach to the T-posts with zip ties. Very easy to install.
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This will not stand on its own.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 153 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Well worth the money The fencing was a little thinner than I thought it would be but well worth the money. Easy to work with and looks good. May 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great alternative to achieve privacy at good price After reading the many mixed reviews I decided to go for it. I have 200 feet of fence line to cover to create privacy. I layed this over Green Fence Screen Privacy Screen material to increase the privacy. Next grabbed a few cans of polyurethane and sprayed the reed, hopefully this will give it more life before it turns grey. All in all happy for the price in comparison, feels sturdier attached to green screen on top of chain link. Ended up costing $2.90 a foot alltogether. Will do more and finiish it off April 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this product! I bought this as a cheap alternative to putting up walls in my enclosed back porch. I rolled out the reed fencing right onto the studs, staple gunned it, and I think it looks great. It was fairly easy to cut around the windows with scissors and it's going to make my tiki room look fantastic! May 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by It works for us Our lot has five sides to it, with the ability to see into 8 yards. We live in the desert so planting really isn't an option because of water use. So we ordered the 4 pack of reed fencing (twice) to get some privacy from looking through chainlink fences. The first 4pack we ordered has been up for a year and is holding up even with 50 mph winds (when it's well attached to the chainlink). Easy to attach to the chainlink fencing. We got a roll of wiring, cut the wire and attached it to the chainlink. I would suggest 2 people to put it up just because it can be awkward to handle alone. The reed fencing does not give 100% privacy (and we knew that when we ordered it), but it certainly does not give a clear view into other yards and gives the allusion of privacy. And it looks nice! We are happy with it. April 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great fix to my chain link fence I was looking for an inexpensive fix for my chain link fence and the view of my neighbors yard. I read the reviews on a lot of items and this one seemed to receive great raves. I purchased it online and it was delivered to my house in less than a week. A friend recommended that I use T-posts for added height and support, since my chain link fence was 4ft. I found them at my local farm supply store. If you do this, I suggest you buy a T-post pounder, it makes the job a lot easier. I used zip ties to attach the fencing to the posts and chain link fence. I did the entire project on my own in a couple hours. It is a lot more sturdy than I thought it would be. If you want added privacy I would double up the fence, which I did in certain areas that were eye sores. It has stormed several times, including hail, and it has no damage at all. I am very pleased with the outcome. I will probably take it down in the winter and put it back up in the spring. May get a longer use out of it that way. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by IT WAS AWESOME!!! Great quality, easy installation, PERFECT! Took only about 2 hours to install over 200 feet of it. We use U post and clear zip ties to install. August 30, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Reed Fencing Fencing is more see through than we expected. We have not put it up yet, but it should be ok. We got it as a cover over an existing wire fence to keep our dog from seeing and barking at the cat next door. We also had to remove a couple of trees that diminished our privacy from the neighbors. We got some Thompsons spray-on water seal that we tried on one of the panels. Not recommended. It does not soak into the reeds. As a result, it is very greasy to handle. We will put it up without any type of sealant. The price was good enough that if we have to replace it in a couple of years, no biggy. July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 4 yrs of tropical goodness! I did my whole backyard in this. I love the look and get a lot of compliments. I live in Colo so no worries about mold here. I used a staple gun to put the panels up and that made it really fast to put up. It stays up surprisingly well in high wind. After 2 years one side was faded to grey, so I flipped it over and got 2 more years of coverage for my old fence. It's time to replace again and even though I'm putting up a new fence, I still like the look so much that I'm buying another bunch of rolled reed. August 12, 2016
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