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40 in. x 25 ft. Green Multi-Purpose Fence

$10.97 /each

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Product Overview

The HDX 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-disassemble 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
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Dimensions

Product Height (in.) 
40 
Product Length (ft.) 
25 ft 
Product Thickness (in.) 
0.1 
Product Width (in.) 
300 

Details

Color Family 
Green 
Fencing Product Type 
Construction/Temporary Fencing 
Material 
Composite 
Product Weight (lb.) 
4.6 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
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Safety 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
N/A 

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Will this fencing work to keep rabits out of a garden or can they chew through it

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Spokane, WA
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It's kept out all critters for me, since I've installed it.
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June 25, 2014
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They will be able to chew through it.
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Lewiston, ME, USA
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June 10, 2014
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My experience has been they'll chew it. And you have to put fencing in a trench a foot down, b/c of the various critters that like to dig under the fencing.
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Norman, OK, USA
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June 3, 2014
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I think they can probably chew through it, the rats did mine
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Toano, VA 23168, USA
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May 28, 2014
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It has done a great job of keeping the rabbits out of my garden and it stands up to my commercial trimmer. I can't see them chewing throuh it.
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Bonne Terre, MO
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May 27, 2014
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Rabbits would be able to chew through it. Only metal fencing would stop rabbits. They could also push underneath this with little problem.
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Santa Ana, CA
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May 20, 2014
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It is a sturdy material and since it is available and easy to install, the best way to find out would be to try only a single roll first on a test basis.
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Danbury, CT, USA
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May 18, 2014
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No Kenny. This is strickly a cosmetic type fence. Any rodent or animal can chew right through it.
I just had deer knock it down and even bent the steel posts used to brace it. It was also hevy stapled to tree as well and they just tore right through it.........you will need metal, what they call hardware cloth to keep out rabbits,..[.:-D
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May 6, 2014
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They probably could chew threw it but it's inexpensive enough to double it up around the bottom or just attach a little border of chicken wire at the bottom.
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Sinclairville, NY 14782, USA
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May 6, 2014
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i've used around the garden for a few years to keep rabbits out and it worked great.
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May 5, 2014
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Hello kenny,
While this is a great fence, it being plastic is a weak point for your use case. Rabbits may be inclined to chew through the fencing if what's on the other side is enticing enough. I would recommend using a steel fencing (also called hardware cloth) instead.
Hardware cloth:
http://www.homedepot.com/s/hardware+cloth?NCNI-5
These will also be weather resistant, can be painted green to make Read More
Hello kenny,
While this is a great fence, it being plastic is a weak point for your use case. Rabbits may be inclined to chew through the fencing if what's on the other side is enticing enough. I would recommend using a steel fencing (also called hardware cloth) instead.
Hardware cloth:
http://www.homedepot.com/s/hardware+cloth?NCNI-5
These will also be weather resistant, can be painted green to make them less obvious, and isn't likely to be chewed through. If you do decide to go with this consider spreading some Critter Ridder around the perimeter to discourage them. I hope this helps.
Cheers,
Chris
Critter Ridder:
http://www.homedepot.com/s/critter+ridder?NCNI-5
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what do i need to install this fence

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Oak Harbor
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August 19, 2014
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Fence posts
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I used U-posts (http://www.homedepot.com/p/HDX-4-ft-Lite-Duty-U-Post-14-Gauge-Steel-with-Green-Powder-Coat-Finish-901154HD/204331911) in my garden. I didn't have to tie anything as the U-posts have hooks built into them. I am using this fence for a garden during the summer, so it comes down in the winter. More winds, snow, etc might mean you need to tie the fence to the post, say with zip-ties?
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July 1, 2014
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Some type of pole every 4'- 6' seems to work best. You can use T Posts and tie wrap the fence to the poles. I had raised beds and just screwed 1"x 1-1/2" slats to the side of the box and staple the fence along the bottom and to the poles. It was very easy to install.
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Summerfield, NC, USA
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June 26, 2014
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I just used a small, single-hand sledge hammer to bang the metal stakes into the ground. I wasn't doing enough to warrant buying that special tool they use (which might be necessary for longer stakes). The plastic fence was really easy to fasten to the small notches in the stakes.
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North Carolina, USA
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June 19, 2014
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Scissors to cut it to the right length. A staple gun if you are affixing it to wood stakes.
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I used this around my garden. I used 4 wooden posts at the corners (buried about 2 feet under ground) and stapled the fencing to the posts using about 15 staples per side. I would recommend spacing your posts no more than 4 ft apart to prevent the fence from drooping.
There are also metal posts that you can use that have hooks, so there are no staples needed. I have seen this done as well and it looks Read More
I used this around my garden. I used 4 wooden posts at the corners (buried about 2 feet under ground) and stapled the fencing to the posts using about 15 staples per side. I would recommend spacing your posts no more than 4 ft apart to prevent the fence from drooping.
There are also metal posts that you can use that have hooks, so there are no staples needed. I have seen this done as well and it looks nice. They drive into the ground about 8-12 inches, so you'll need a large hammer. Read Less
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June 3, 2014
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I just got the green garden post
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Toano, VA 23168, USA
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We found long stakes right next to the fencing that was the exact same color that worked perfect
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Using a staple gun or twist ties attach to wooden posts or inexpensive steel posts both of which are available at home depot.
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Sinclairville, NY 14782, USA
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i use the white plastic or metal t-bar stakes with plastic zip ties. easy to work with.
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April 29, 2014
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Plastic tie straps at least 6" long and some type of fence poles. Pole do need to be heavy duty, but should be at least 5' tall. Plastic, fiberglass or wood doles will work as braces. Then insert the straps theought the slats and around the poles.
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What is the size of the openings in the fence? In inches please.

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Houston TX
August 4, 2015
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7/8"
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exactly 1 inch
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approximately 3/4 t0 1 inch
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About an inch and a half.
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3/4 inch
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Spokane, WA
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1" Squares
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June 25, 2014
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The little squares are 1in. x1in.
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One inch by one inch.
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1" X 1"
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The size of the fence grid openings: 1 and1/8" tall by 7/8" wide.
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how long will this fencing last outdoors

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using it for a veggie trelliss
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Houston TX
August 4, 2015
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I have no had any issues with mine. It's been over 3 months or so and we live in south tx. The heat is insane and it has held up very well. No warping etc. There was a period of about 2 weeks of intense thunderstorms with hail, again no issues whatsoever. I highly recommend it.
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I would imagine it could last at least 5 years maybe more. The condition it is put through would determine that however.
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I use this fence as protection for my shrubs during winter, so I take it down each spring. I am on my third year with the fencing and it still is in pretty good shape.
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It will last for quite a while... more than a year.
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Since I didn't unroll the entire roll to cordon off the patio I would imagine quite a long time. It resembles the orange fencing that is used at construction sites but is green. I would imagine several seasons if not cut by weed whackers or other yard implements.
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This should last a minimum of 5 years in my opinion - it is VERY sturdy!
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it is not sturdy enough to use for a trelliss
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Since the fence material is weather proof there is no rust or deformation and since the color is molded
throughout there is no need to repaint. We have used this fencing now for well over ten years and are very pleased with it.
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i use this fence for my chickens and leave it up from spring to late fall and used the same stuff for the last four years. i even left it out this winter and i'm still using it.
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Not sure. Time will tell. Waiting to see how it holds up as the weather gets hotter. Does not appear to be stretching so far. I would guess it should last at least 1 full year or hopefuly longer.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 93 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Inexpensive fencing It is easy to work with. As I have much wildlife in my yard I had to make many small fences to put around my favorite plants. Stakes can be woven in to the green fencing and then when you put it over the plant push the stakes into the ground. It worked. July 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worse Decision I Ever Made For My Garden Looking at this to keep rabbits out of your garden and flower beds? Keep looking. I bought this stuff last year and the rabbits chewed 6 or more large holes in this to get into my garden. Save your money and buy the welded metal fence. Don't let the "cute" little bunny picture fool you into thinking this stuff works, it just doesn't. May 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Green multipurpose fence Love it! Looks great and made building our garden fence easy! May 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DO fence me in with this ! This year, I vowed to do something to keep the critters away from whatever was working in my garden, but with my schedule and budget, I didn't want to get into a permanent, expensive fence. I was about to go with chicken wire when I saw this green fencing and realized how fast, affordable and tall it was. So far so good! It was really easy to put in place (hammer in the metal posts then just pop the fence on) and it seems to be deterring anything from getting any closer. It looks great and actually kind of blends in, especially where the corn/squash/beans are. Keeping my fingers crossed that the deer won't challenge it later when the melons ripen up... June 26, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JUST WHAT WAS NEEDED I needed a fence with smaller openings to attach to my existing aluminum rail fencing to keep my new small (4lb.) puppy from escaping my yard. This product is durable, inexpensive and was easy to zip tie to my existing fencing. In my case, I needed to cut the fencing in half making 2-20” X 25’ sections. Fencing was squared well so cutting was easy at center grid line. It took only 3 rolls to secure my yards perimeter. That’s $35.00 plus cost of zip ties for the whole job; really inexpensive. It has been up for about a month now and it is working great; my puppy hasn’t escaped. I also used this in my house because we have a loft on the second floor with railings and 6” wide openings which my puppy could easily fall through to our 1st floor tile. It has worked well to keep my energetic puppy from falling and can easily be removed once my puppy grows-up and is fully trained. January 20, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Served the Purpose, sort of. I originally purchased this fencing to use as a temporary fence around some grass I planted in my back yard. What I didn't count on was the fence folding over in half not standing up and being really difficult to get taunt enough to stay up. Perhaps I wasn't using the product correctly or the stakes I used to hold the fence up were too short, but overall I wont be purchasing this a second time. October 21, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Versatile garden fencing Needed a solid, inexpensive, lightweight but flexible fencing material to build a chicken pen. This product fit the bill. November 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by All around versatile product. Very economical. Can be easily cut to size. We've used it as a covering for vegetable boxes during the winter months. It prevents animals from soiling the earth. January 14, 2014
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