Model # HDD-BIN-RF01

Internet #100661555

Backyard X-Scapes 6 ft. H x 16 ft. L Reed Fencing
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Backyard X-Scapes

6 ft. H x 16 ft. L Reed Fencing

  • Great for additional coverage
  • Easy to customize to your needs
  • Cost efficient for temporary usage.
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Product Overview

  • Great for additional coverage
  • Easy to customize to your needs
  • Cost efficient for temporary usage.
Reed fencing is a convenient and cost effective way to add texture and a dynamic aesthetic to your home and garden. This fencing is constructed from fresh water reed that grows abundantly along river banks, wetlands and estuaries. The pre-assembled panels are carefully woven together by vinyl coated wire to ensure durability while remaining seamless. This lightweight material is perfect for easily covering unsightly structures such as old fencing or it can add a tropical aesthetic to your landscape or pool area. Using reed fencing as a screen can also aid in enhancing privacy for your home and garden. Using renewable resources is an excellent way to aid in preserving our environment, the abundant growth rate of fresh water reed makes it an eco-friendly option.
  • Fresh water reed has a rapid growth rate which makes it an eco-friendly option
  • Efficiently create a privacy screen for your home and yard
  • Item may need to be gently stretch to the desire length approximately 16 ft. L
  • Easily connect additional panels by tying them together with wire
  • Great for temporary applications
  • Add more layers for additional privacy

Product Overview

  • Great for additional coverage
  • Easy to customize to your needs
  • Cost efficient for temporary usage.
Model #: HDD-BIN-RF01
Internet #: 100661555

Reed fencing is a convenient and cost effective way to add texture and a dynamic aesthetic to your home and garden. This fencing is constructed from fresh water reed that grows abundantly along river banks, wetlands and estuaries. The pre-assembled panels are carefully woven together by vinyl coated wire to ensure durability while remaining seamless. This lightweight material is perfect for easily covering unsightly structures such as old fencing or it can add a tropical aesthetic to your landscape or pool area. Using reed fencing as a screen can also aid in enhancing privacy for your home and garden. Using renewable resources is an excellent way to aid in preserving our environment, the abundant growth rate of fresh water reed makes it an eco-friendly option.

  • Fresh water reed has a rapid growth rate which makes it an eco-friendly option
  • Efficiently create a privacy screen for your home and yard
  • Item may need to be gently stretch to the desire length approximately 16 ft. L
  • Easily connect additional panels by tying them together with wire
  • Great for temporary applications
  • Add more layers for additional privacy

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.25
Product Height (in.)
72
Product Width (in.)
192

Details

Color Family
Tan
Color/Finish
Tan
Fence Application
Decorative,Garden,Privacy
Garden Fencing Type
Reed Fence
Landscape Supply Type
Garden Fencing
Material
Bamboo
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
90-Day

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.25
Product Height (in.)
72
Product Width (in.)
192

Details

Color Family
Tan
Color/Finish
Tan
Fence Application
Decorative,Garden,Privacy
Garden Fencing Type
Reed Fence
Landscape Supply Type
Garden Fencing
Material
Bamboo
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
90-Day

Questions & Answers

Could you cut it in half (width wise) or would it come apart?

Asked by: Tim
You can cut it in half but you will need to twist the wire after cutting or it will fall apart. It is held together by inter woven wire around each reed.
Answered by: Dewey1960
Date published: 2018-03-01

Can this be cut to height needed, say about 4' ?

Asked by: harleyrea
Yes
Answered by: Karen
Date published: 2019-01-26

Do you need to put something on the bottom of the reed fencing to prevent the bottom from rotting...

Do you need to put something on the bottom of the reed fencing to prevent the bottom from rotting? IE : brick , stone , etc? I was thinking maybe just attach it an inch or so off the ground? Thank you all
Asked by: PitbullMike
Hi, thank you for your question, I will be glad to assist you with this matter. We suggest to install the Reed Fence few inches above the ground so it prevents the bottom of the fencing to rotten. You can use zip-ties or staples to install the Reed fencing. Please let me know if I can assist you with anything else.
Answered by: Backyard X-Scapes
Date published: 2019-03-01

is this (4) 6ft. x 16ft long rolls? Or does the length of the 4 add up to 16ft long?

I need 55ft. in length.
Asked by: Red800
4 individual pieces. Each one is 6 feet high and 16 feet long. If this still isn't clear what you get is 64 feet of reed 6 feet high and cut in four equal lengths.
Answered by: Mo
Date published: 2019-03-21
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Customer Reviews

6 ft. H x 16 ft. L Reed Fencing is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 824.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I really like the look of this reed fencing. It will not block view unless you have at least 2 la... I really like the look of this reed fencing. It will not block view unless you have at least 2 layers. I use two layers then use some burlap, like curtains, to hang on it where I need more privacy. We use it around our pool. It will eventually darken and if it has been secured well from the wind, will last as long as you want to keep it up. I like the darker color it gets with age and usually in the past have thrown it away and bought more each year because it's so inexpensive. We spread it along metal fence posts every 5 feet or so and secure with 16g steel gal wire. It's nice that it's so long and just tall enough. This year I left most of it that didnt get damaged in place, and added to it. The Home Depot price is comparable and better than most. The photo's depict two layers and you can see that in one photo, what one would see from the road and it isn't much. I also add small solar spot lights from the street view side to shine on the fence and that also helps with privacy at night.
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Update To My Last Review After a year it has turned greyish. I live in MIami. I used thompson's water seal on it when I first put it up. I have 2 choices. I can paint it with outdoor deck type paint/stain or, I can put another layer of this fence up. I tried putting a little of this kind of paint on some hidden test spots that get full sun and rain and 3 mo. later it has adhered and not chipped even though I heard this type of fence can't be painted. Rather than paint it though I'm going to put a 3rd layer of this fence on and instead of zip ties ( several have snapped ) I'm using galvanized ( rust resistant ) wire. I can just hook it through and back, then twist and tuck the end so I wont have to go on the neighbors property. A 3rd layer will look good for awhile and make the fence not at all see through. Right now 2 layers is about 85% " non-see through " which is good enough. You would really have to try hard to see through it. When it turns grey again down the road I'll paint it. Still very happy with the stuff!
Date published: 2014-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Someone painted my fence before we bought our house and while initially it looked great, after a ... Someone painted my fence before we bought our house and while initially it looked great, after a couple years it started to fade, crack, and peel. I really didn't want to repaint it to just watch it happen again and it would cost thousands of dollars to rebuild the fence. We bought 8 of these to complete the length of the fence for less than $400 and not only does it look better than a standard boring fence, but it's going to last a whole lot longer too!
Date published: 2019-02-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from NOT AN OUTDOOR PRODUCT. Lots of Astroturfing here. After 8... NOT AN OUTDOOR PRODUCT. Lots of Astroturfing here. After 8 months, the wire holding reed/bamboo together disintegrated into rust and its broken into 3 pieces. Customer Service acknowledges product is defective but hides behind return policy, spent 40 minutes to get it returned.
Date published: 2019-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WeekendParrotHead I’m like a major Jimmy Buffet fan and this backdrop made me feel like I was chillin in Margaritaville in my own yard. Fire up the blender!
Date published: 2019-02-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not private at all.Not enough material per foot and can... Not private at all.Not enough material per foot and can see right through it.
Date published: 2019-01-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Makes a great screen on a chain link fence I have a neighbor with a messy yard which could be seen through my chain link fence. I attached this reed fencing with zip ties to the chain link fence on my side of the yard. (I did understand that this reed fencing is not supposed to be 100% private, especially because it is made of natural reeds that are woven together.) For the cost of $24 to cover 16 linear feet of fence it is well worth it. I planted a flower bed in front of a section of it and pea gravel with raised fieldstone beds planted with perennial grasses & cannas in front of another section. It really looks great with grasses and gives it a real tropical look. Not only does it help contain soil/stone/mulch, etc. but it makes a lovely backdrop for plants...especially perennial grasses, rudbeckia (black-eyed susans) and daylilies. A neighbor commented on how great it looks and I am installing one for someone else. I can email photos if anyone is interested. I'm giving it a 4 instead of a 5 because it is lightweight...lighter than bamboo so some of the reeds can bend & break. It really is a screen, not an actual fence.
Date published: 2009-08-21
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