dense planting along fence to discourage dog digging
planting in front of fence and behind
A dense planting along a fence line can also be a deterrent. Keep the bed relatively narrow and check periodically
fence - plants growing right into the fence
dwarf the fence behind it, creating a layered feel that's been in the making for a few years.
Tip: If you don't want a fence surrounding your entire house, consider adding a small section to the middle of an already established garden.
Did you have a picket fence as a kid? Do you have one now? Post your
picket fence. It looks great in large clumps — just remember that these clumps will be flower free all summer.
along a fence line can also be a deterrent. Keep the bed relatively narrow and check periodically to be sure your dog hasn't found a way through the space.