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Cover up an unsightly chain-link fence or create a privacy screen on your patio with this natural reed fence. Made from reeds woven together with vinyl-coated wire, it can be attached to an existing fence or to posts of your own.
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from New Hampshire
About Me Midrange Shopper
Comments about : 78" Reed Fence:
We use it on the side of our deck, attached to the railings, and doubled in thickness. Supported by long garden stakes. It stays up year-round and lasts at least three years. After three years it starts to look shabby but given the price we just replace it.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
No real privacy
from Twin Cities, MN
Reeds are too strung too far apart. No real privacy offered with this screen.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: We are sorry that you were not fully satisfied with your purchase! We offer different types of privacy screens, bamboo, willow, and reed. It's possible this reviewer needs to exchange for another type and see if that fits their landscape better. If you are not satisfied with anything you buy from Gardener's Supply Company, call our customer service line 1-800-876-5520, and we will do our best to help!
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Durable and simple to install
By Dolores girl
from Dolores, CO
I am making my third purchase of this fencing to finishing installing it along the 6' wood fence I have around my yard. The wood fence is old and hard to make attractive. I have been installing this reed fence in stages over the pats four years (as I can afford it). I love at 7000 feet elevation in Colorado and I can say that this fencing is durable. The color does fade to a silvery tone, but so what. It is easy enough to attach to other fencing with twist ties or wire. It looks much nicer that then the old wood fence, adds a bit more privacy and does keep my and the neighbor's dogs from fence fighting (bonus!)
(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
By The Urban Builder
from New York, NY
About Me Budget Shopper
I attached this fence to a apartment balcony barrier with stainless steel wire. I cut it to the height I wanted (5 feet) with pruning shears(scissors were too difficult). I also wired bamboo poles to the barrier and the fence to secure it. (I'm 18 floors up.) Thereis a lot of wind, but the fence held steady, much more than a similar one (more flimsy), that I bought from another retailer last year. Still , this strong material and even the previous one held up during Sandy. This is a good fence, but invest in bamboo poles as anchors. (The poles are on the inside of the fence).
Not As Private As Pictured
It's not as private as the picture would lead you to believe (you can see through it). It's also very delicate -- a good portion of it broke off at the top and bottom during shipping. Still, it does provide some privacy where I need it.
Reed Fences Just What the Garderner Said
By Larry the lanscaper
from Sheboygan, WI
Great barrier between yards. Covered a 6 foot high chain link fence adding beauty to our landscape. Allowed light to get through but kept our dogs from seeing the neighbors animals, preventing negative interactions from occurring. Great reasonably priced solution.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
did the job
About Me High-end Shopper
was looking to soften a chain link fence. not super strong material but did the job nicely. i'd recommend it against something, not so much freestanding. you can still sort of see through the material but creates a much better look than the chain link and adds a level of privacy
By PA Gardener
This was difficult to unfold and began falling apart even before it was mounted to posts, and did not last even a full summer. I had used the willow fencing in the past, with good results, but this product is of very poor quality.
A Bit Flimsy
By Semi-satisfied gardener
from St. Louis, MO
The produce is very attractive, but is not substantial enough to hide unsightly pool equipment without first installing a tarp behind the screening. Also, I expect that the screening will only last one pool season before it needs replacing.
By Green house man
from Richmond, Indiana
Plan on two or three layers for good blockage. Looks very nice. Happy after one month of rain heat and wind.
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