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Living fence by lorayne, via Flickr

Well-Manicured: Hedges

Woven Willow Detail of the living woven willow "fedge" at RHS Garden Wisley in England

Rhododendron Garden - Japan

living willow fence, just beginning to grow

Succulents in soup ladles

Cedar Planter Box: Apex Trellis Planter - Elevated Planter +Trellis

potted bench.

obsessed with living willow sculptures

Fairy house in the garden

To make a fedge, in early spring simply stick the rods in the ground about 8-12" and at an angle of 45-60 degrees. Place them about 15" apart. Then go back and interplant another row of rods angled in the opposite direction, forming a diamond pattern. Then tie the joints together for stability. There are instructions on the websites listed below. Ten rods are required for a distance of approximately 7.5', when planted 15-18" apart.