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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by Sharon Keeping the critters out
As part of my electric fence system for my vegetable garden, I needed a short barrier fence that I could step over. This fence suits my needs perfectly. Easy to put up and flexible to the odd shape of my garden. As you can see from the photos, there is a double electric wire that is close to the ground as well as the single taller wire, all part of the electric fence. The short barrier fence is one extra deterrent.
We have deer, groundhogs, rabbits, chipmunks and who knows what else in the night. I had absolutely no break-ins in the entire growing season. I thought I would take down the fence at the end of the season but due to the odd shape of the perimeter of my garden, I was afraid I would not get it back up in the same place. The fence is still standing after the snow melt and looks the same as when I put it up. I am sure the fence would last longer if it was taken down in the winter.
While the fence "poles" are narrow, they are sturdy and seem to work fine.
This has been my best vegetable garden ever, partly due to this great little garden fence.
March 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by Carolrp55 Sturdy, easy to assemble, and completely does the job I intended it to do.
This summer my small dog was diagnosed with a disease which rendered her blind. I was not interested in putting up one of those large mesh pool fences, as it would have completely blocked the view of our pool from inside our home. I searched for weeks online and in every home improvement store for ways to barricade the periphery of the pool to no avail. I temporarily put up several other garden fences, but found them to be awkward and not sturdy at all. After several different garden fences, I was running out of options, and was not feeling secure about the temporary fencing when I would have to leave my home for an extended period of time. I have two large dogs that were miserable because they too were having to be barricaded in one small area until I found the perfect solution. I came across the Pro-Garden Fence Kit online at Home Depot and started reading the reviews. The most important aspect was not only the reviews, but the pictures that were provided with the reviews that made me decide to purchase this product. When I received it in the mail, I quickly started to assemble it with no problem at all! Not only did it keep my small dog out and safe from the pool area, it is sturdy enough to keep the large dogs out as well! I couldn't be happier about this product, the cost, and the overall look of the outcome. I have attached a picture to show the public how large the area is that I had to barricade. I would highly recommend this product!
November 19, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by KP50 Great Fence for the Money
This fence turned out to be a great solution for the money. There are more expensive options out there, but this relatively inexpensive option is doing the job to keep small pests (rabbits, squirrels, etc) out of our garden. It even is enough to keep our dog (a lab) from getting too close. Product shipped with everything I needed to install. I ordered two packages to enclose around my garden and installation only took about 20 minutes.
May 10, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0Â by PlantLady Conforms to the shape of your garden.
I love the flexibility of this coated wire fencing. I have raised beds that don't fit the exact dimensions of the panels, but these are bendable so I made them conform to my space. These have been great to keep the dog out of my vegetable beds.
The downside of this product is that the stakes don't go very deep into your soil. I'd say you have about 3 inches of the stake that protrudes. I'd like it to go a bit deeper for added stability.
May 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by Daniel Great Product!
I have a problem with rabbits in my garden. They love to eat my young pole beans plants. I used the Pro-Garden Fence just around the bean plants to protect the young plants from the rabbits. The fence is easy to install and can be configured in different ways.
May 22, 2013