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Garden fencing is a quick and effective way to transform your outdoors. And with so many different styles like classic fence panels, trellises, expanding fences and more, it’s easy to get started…

Different types of fences

Forest garden double slatted fence panel in grey.

Fence panels

Traditional wooden fences not only add protection and privacy to your property, they also help structure your garden. Use them as a canvas to add colour, or you can simply leave them as they are.

A Forest Slatted Trellis with a climbing plant on it placed outdoors against a stone wall.


A cost-effective way to decorate your boundaries. Trellises are ideal to hang pretty fairy lights or outdoor accessories from, and they'll encourage climbing plants to grow, creating a beautiful flower feature.

Wooden expanding fencing.

Screening fencing

By using natural materials such as reeds, you can create a softer barrier. They’re also easier to shape and fit any space. So, you can create a private spot anywhere you'd like.

Regular wooden Fixed Log Edging used to border a floral garden.

Flowerbed fencing

Add the finishing touch to any garden with a mini fence. Flower bed edging are ideal for supporting flower beds, shaping the landscape or simply adding delicate detail to your space.

Fence decorating ideas

Give your garden a fence-lift. Paint on your favourite colour, hang up some beautiful blossoms and scatter accessories, to create your own piece of paradise.

Coloured fence panels.

Coloured fence panels

Spruce up your garden fencing with a splash of paint. Lighter colours are great for enlarging smaller gardens. Or try darker shades, so the colours of your plants can pop.

LED solar string lights hanging in a garden.

Fairy lights for garden fences

String fairy lights around your fencing, to create a warm and cosy glow. By using solar lights, you can keep your garden bright, even on the darkest of nights.

A Habitat black round printed pouffe cushion placed outside in front of a coffee table and outdoor sofa set.

Finishing touches

Accessorise your fences by hanging some pots and plants, or scattering decorative ornaments. It's these extra little details that can really bring your garden to life.

Fence installation

Man and woman sanding down a fence.

Top tips for putting up a fence

Check your boundaries - Make sure you’re adding fences to your own land. Or talk with your neighbour about putting up a joint fence (and split the cost). You’ll also need planning permission for fences over 2m high.

Safety first - Before you start, check for any hidden pipes or cables as you may need to rethink your layout. Invest in the right tools and double check your measurements to save yourself time, money and effort. An extra pair of hands are always helpful too.

Fence posts - There are two main options – concrete posts are tricky to put up but will provide more support. Whereas wooden posts are easier to move but run the risk of rotting as they’re buried into the ground. Post supports can help strengthen and secure your fence.

Garden fence treatment

It’s recommended to treat dry fences at least once a year. This will help protect them from unpredictable weather, and keep them looking their best for longer.

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