58,341 vine fence Home Design Photos

REMARK
1 Review
Bowen Residence
Ideabooks12,861
Questions4
The patio was separated from the vehicular area by a living fence to provide some privacy while allowing for air and light to penetrate. All the plants are native and provide year round interest and a verdant feel to the space.
looking to buy the hardware for the wired fence
I think the simplicity of that wire privacy fence is brilliant! I'm going to steal the idea - it would work for us in the NE because you could do deciduous, have privacy in the summer when you need
Neat idea to get flowers and vines to grow up.
privacy fence. grow vines up the wire.
different heights of fence horizontal pieces
wire fence for climbing vines
climbing plants as they grow up and fill out the space, creating a living fence and allowing the wire and gray painted support posts to blend in with the background.
“colour” — martinakowalchuk
Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
7 Reviews
TANK 2012 Client photographs
Ideabooks26,792
Questions10
what is the green plant on the fence, ivy? thanks in advance
I would also like to know what the trailing plant is that is on the fence and on the arched trellis? Thank you!!!
this fence with the ivy growing on it
Seating area and fence with plants
option for privacy fence. grow vines on it.
Fence idea?? Like the gaps
Fence, vines, boxwood and a red Japanese maple, that's it.
The idea of a climbing vine to screen back fence, combined with built in seating
provide privacy, even if you live in a city with tall buildings all around. Sitting beneath the trellis with the sunlight filtering down and green vines twining, you’ll hardly remember you have any neighbors.See more of this rooftop garden in Manhattan
“small section of this could work for Woolwine” — eflowrgrl
vgzarquitectura y diseño sc
Parnaso
Ideabooks5,495
Questions3
Vine covered fence and house to fence overhead lights
string lights disappearing into a wall of vines = class.
What can we do with vines and lights in the backyard?
Create a vine-covered party pad. Make a lush, jungle oasis by training climbing vines over garden walls and stringing up rows of glowing lights. A long, low outdoor fireplace is the perfect spot for gathering around, while weatherproof modern chairs add a colorful touch.
Create a vine-covered party padMake a lush, jungle oasis by training climbing vines over garden walls and stringing up rows of glowing lights. A long, low outdoor fireplace is the perfect spot for
party padMake a lush, jungle oasis by training climbing vines over garden walls and stringing up rows of glowing lights. A long, low outdoor fireplace is the perfect spot for gathering around, while weatherproof modern chairs add a colourful touch.
“guirlandes” — kab81
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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1 Review
Vegetable Gardens
Ideabooks1,561
Questions3
purple hyacinth bean vine (Lablab purpureus) drapes one of the gateways. Planted as an annual in Pennsylvania it will grow up to 20’ in a season, producing purple/pink flowers and fabulous purple pods all summer long. The leaves, flowers and pods look beautiful both clambering on the fence and in mixed bouquets
is it? Would love to know if you actually planted it in containers of some sort on the arch that quickly get covered by the vines?
The bean is a beautiful vine... Is it also edible?
We realize that this is not a stock type of fence and that it would have to be hand-built, but If you could point us in the right direction, we would appreciate it.
What type of vine is it?
The fence was constructed using locally harvested Red Cedar and the construction was performed on site.
“Like the gate, fence.” — paulaandjim
SB Garden Design
Venice Sculpture Garden
Ideabooks5,455
Questions7
What is the form on which the vine is growing?
What is the form on which the vine is growing? Is it homemade or store bought? Where can I get it? I can only find the clunky white wooden or rod iron ones. This
What type of vine is that? Is it evergreen? Thanks!
Hello and thanks for your inquiry! It does look like Nasturtium but it's Thunbergia gregorii, Orange Clock Vine. The National Gardening Association suggests this vine for zones 9-10.
Vine- good for our gardening zone
Good way to use plants on the fence
“Trellis” — chrcl
SB Garden Design
Venice
Ideabooks24,968
Questions6
I want to do the same thing - a thing layer of bamboo in front of a fence. What kind of bamboo is this and how was it planted please?? Thank you!
love the screen and want same because vines are the best solution for quick and beautiful privacy in Phoenix. Where can I source this or did you have them fabricated?
Which wall vine is this? Orange clock?
long along the fence from the ash tree to about 10 feet from our back gate to block the view of the neighbor yards and shed.
terra trellis, high, orange clock vine
view of two-story neighbors, landscape architect Bartron bolted this tall custom metal trellis onto the garage wall. She added colorful Orange Clock Vine for additional privacy.
“Love the open feel. A solid frame and open wiring interior really allows for maximum viewing and a c” — eflowrgrl
Unreal Finishes by Frederic Coutsier
Laguna Beach
Ideabooks1,760
Questions2
What's the name of the vine with the blue flowers?
What is the blue flower leaning over the path (not the vine)?
I would like these kinds of paths with vines and large planting areas
Morning glory or other vines on fence.
Can you make morning glory grow on my east/north fence like this? If we remove the chain link fence then maybe a 6ft pyramid frame with morning glory will work instead
“Srones” — rway1958
Aquascape Inc.
5 Reviews
Outdoor Living with Water Gardens
Ideabooks9,769
Questions3
Relaxation was clearly what the owner of this garden had in mind. A paved patio for outdoor entertaining, vine-covered fences for privacy, and a lush and natural looking water feature all make the most of this space and come together to create a little oasis. Deciding
“The landscaping with rocks is really nice. I like the different shades and leaf shapes.” — packerfanmama
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