Grandma Barb’s This and That

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Jesse's Garden Fences

While I was photographing Jesse's Gardens here, I took some pictures of fences he has around his place.  I am sharing them with    Fridays Fences #39 at Life According to Jan and Jer.


There's the white picket fence of course.




This is the gate to the back yard garden.




The next 3 are fences he has around the entire back garden to keep out the deer and rabbits.   He has the wheels and arches topped off with barbed wire to keep out the deer.  There's other wire at the bottom to keep out the rabbits.






Then there's the old wooden fence for the clematis to climb on.


I'll be sharing more pictures of the barn and granary on Barn Charm next Tuesday. 
I hope you all have a great weekend. I am going to my daughter's for a family reunion.  Should be a lot of fun!


See you next time!


Barb





38 comments:

Mari said...

What a wonderful place! I love all those fences and gates. It's full of charm!

TexWisGirl said...

i love his fencing. :)

have a great family time!

Carletta said...

I like everything about the first photo!
Love the fencing, the whimsy, and oh my that clematis!

Have a wonderful time at your daughter's!

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

I love these gardens...reminds me of my own! The rambling and free form style speaks to me...

Carole M. said...

a great series of sweet fences Barb

marit´s,,, said...

Wow so nice and fun garden, many small and large details that make so much.
Good weekend, Marit.

Linda said...

What a wonderful place! I especially love those round fence sections...not even sure how you would describe them! Beautiful place - I would love to visit it!

Zoey said...

He has some wonderfully decorative fences. I love that circular iron one.

The first thing that caught my eye was the plant growing up the center of the wagon wheel. I have two of those wheels so I am always interested to see what others do with them.

Thanks for the interesting read with my morning cup of coffee.

outjunking said...

Just when I thought it could not get any better it does.

Kerin said...

Amazing how many different kinds of fencing he has.... and yet, they all work together beautifully to create a charming garden!

Have fun at your family reunion, and be safe.

Warm wishes...
Kerin

Kathy said...

I would be so much fun to work in the garden with such surroundings.

Jan n Jer said...

Love that first shot!

Faye said...

What a fanciful garden with all those "found" objects. In the first photo is that a wooden wheel leaning against that great faded blue shed? Too bad about having to use the deer and rabbit barriers but gardens are so much work you must do it. The fences are perfect with the garden. And that tumble of clematis--oh my!

Safe travels this weekend and stay cool.

Beth said...

gorgeous. i love it!! what a neat place to visit & sit a bit. (:

Dewdrop Gardens said...

Looks like a wonderful garden and I love the variety of fencing he uses!
Thanks for visiting me. :) Your blog looks like such fun!

Terrie said...

Fences and gates are sometimes very pretty. All those captured by you are so sweet I visited England last week and found they're really part of the house, A gem to a cottage house.
Have a wonderful family reunion.

Robyn said...

Beautiful garden and neat fencing. Looks like my kind of place to visit.

Dorothy said...

Nice, I like the white picket fence the best.

Annmarie Pipa said...

have fun at the reunion! the property looks fabulous!! wow..beautiful details.

heyBJK said...

Gorgeous fences and I like the old gate! His place is beautifully landscaped!

Sherri B. said...

What beautiful fences...I especially loved the first one and the last one! I could sit in that garden all day long... :)

Tricia Hays said...

What a beautiful flower garden! =)

Elaine said...

What a beautiful garden, lovely metal artwork - and my favourite, wooden fences!

Olive Cooper said...

What a delightful and beautiful way to keep bunnies out.

My Little Home and Garden said...

Jesse really has some beautiful fences and gates. I like the one leading into the back yard.
Have a wonderful time at your family gathering, Barb!
-Karen

Amy Burzese said...

I simply love Jesse's garden! That round scrolly thing is just great!

Terri Buster said...

I really like his fencing- pretty neat!

Two Cottages And Tea said...

Thank you so much for sharing "Jesse's" garden with us. Love the fences and flowers. Thank you for your lovely comment and I am your newest follower! Have a great weekend.
Nancy

andrea@townandprairie said...

Gorgeous imagery. I love how fences help us create open air rooms. The colors of the blooms add a special sort of magic!

lisa Moran, Bilancia Designs said...

WOW! What beautiful, unusual fences!
Such lovely photos (as always), Barb.
Hope you are well...
As always, I am here, there, and everywhere. LOL
I'm trying to enjoy the summer as we're moving into our beautiful, old farmhouse. I can't wait to show you pictures--especially of the barn! :)
Sending you hugs~ Lisa xo

eileeninmd said...

Lovely imgaes, the first shot is my favorite. I do love all the fences and flowers. Happy Sunday!

Geneva said...

I loved seeing all the fences... what a wonderful place for inspiration. Great photographs Barb!

Marie said...

Another WOW for these fences and gates! This is such a great place...I may come back and visit these two posts every time I need a pick-me-up! :-)

Debbie said...

WoW...a dreamy place. a lot of thought and creativity went in to those beautiful gardens and fencing!!

it's a charmer!!

JOY @ http://joysjotsshots.blogspot.com/ said...

I recognize the circular parts for the fencing coming from a hay rake?

So coool.

EG CameraGirl said...

Fabulous!!

Rita said...

I really like these shots. But, the yellow flowers against that blue wall is fantastic.

I would love to find some old iron like what is in that third shot. Very lovely and unique fence.

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