Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 12
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Rabbitseverywhere Does not keep rabbits out!
I bought this to keep the rabbits out of my vegetable garden. I loved that it was not as scratchy as chicken wire. Unfortunately, in one week, the rabbits chewed through it in 4 different spots, and helped themselves to all my veggies.
A huge waste of money. I'm off to buy chicken wire.
May 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jimbo 2 ft. Green Plastic Garden Fence
Due to over population of wild animals in my neighborhood it is necessary to fence in a garden if you wish to have any crop for yourself. This plastic fence is a great way to protect my investments. I have used this product for years actually in various heights two and four feet tall as well as 25 and 50 foot lengths. I recently extended my garden at the rear of my property and needed this latest roll of fence. It is easy to install and will last for several seasons. My existing fencing of same you can see has perhaps darkened in its color but remains strong and in tact doing the job it is designed to do. It is of course light weight and if ever needed would be very easy to remove and discard verses the wire varieties and chicken/poultry which some actually rust in one season and must be replaced every year or so.
June 28, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by farmgirl95602 Deer Deterent
Last fall I had some young buck deer cleaning the velvet off their antlers on my bushes, especially my cherry bushes. The cherry bushes are now half the height that they were before the deer.
I put up some old chicken wire around the cherry bushes to discourage the deer. It worked well but was a bit unsightly and was hard to maneuver around without getting scratched. The plastic should do the job without me getting scratched up.
Connected it to the poles with small zip ties.
Notice the picture of the bush sized tree that they demolished, no leaves at all this year - dead.
April 30, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by spencer Sturdy & unobtrusive
Putting up a protective fence around a garden can seem like a necessary evil - you want to protect your plants, but the fence tends to detract from the appearance. I planted a patch of new plants that weren't taking terribly well due to a neighbor's dog that insisted on making them its exclusive toilet, so it was either protect the plants or watch them die. The color and fairly open weave of this fencing made it about as unobtrusive as I think it could be, still allowed enough sun to get through so the plants weren't in shade, and its plenty sturdy with some good stakes to keep out a dog. Note this does not include stakes or ties, so you'll probably want to buy those at the same time.
April 8, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Artemis Not a great quality
This product works for building trellises that are supported on all four sides, however it is really too flimsy to use alone with just upright supports for a fence. I like using plastic fencing because it's easier than metal fencing (like chicken wire) for constructing a trellis. It does have a tendency to stretch when you're trying to construct the trellis in hot weather. It sags a bit because you can't get it taught. I've used better products.
August 10, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by BirchAdvisors Easy to install
I am on my second season using the Green Plastic Garden Fence around my raised garden, we found that it keeps most animals out except for chipmunks . Installation was easy and without the sharp edges like the metal type fence. At the end of the season we just cleaned it off and put it in the garage and it was ready to go for the next season.
April 23, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Seaviewkat Plastic fencing is not pet resistant
I have bought this type of fence material to put around my gardens to keep the dogs out. I learned very quickly it is not adequate if you have large dogs like me. They can run right through the fence, breaking the plastic and making a very large hole. It doesn't work at all as a barrier to keep big dogs out of my garden or flower beds. I wound up having to go back and buy the 14 guage metal fencing and then it has to be adequately fastened everywhere or the dogs if they are determined which mine are will find a way to get into garden areas. I wound up finally doing a combination of wooden rails, fence posts, and attaching metal fence to keep my dogs out of garden areas and start digging holes. I've found I also have to put down large cement pavers on the ground around the perimeter to keep them from digging a hole to go beneath the fence. The plastic stuff may deter wild deer but it doesn't deter large and very determined dogs.
March 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by reb177 A great alternative to wire fencing for the garden
This fencing is easier and cleaner to work with than wire fencing--no sharp ends to catch on anything (including your skin and clothes) and easy to cut with scissors or blade. It looks fine in the garden though not as unnoticeable as wire fencing. The green color will blend into the garden better once spring truly blossoms here. A great alternative to wire fencing.
April 6, 2014