Thursday, February 12, 2009

Brooklyn Heights Backyard Garden Fence

This fence and arbor project utilized PureWood, a material made by baking American Southern Yellow Pine until its natural resins evaporate, leaving a wood that will last for up to 15-20 years outside. This garden project was designed by Flo's Gardens, a Brooklyn-based landscape architect.
New to America, this process has been in use in Europe for 15 years, and allowed this client to use a material that is not only handsome, but made from domestic, easily replenished pine.
Here are some shots of the garden before we got to work.We removed the old fence, hired a local mason to reinforce the retaining wall, and then installed the new fence, arbor, and lattice.
And when we were done, the new garden looked like this...

2 comments:

  1. Privacy fences do more than keep prying eyes from your backyard, though this is the reason most people install them.

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  2. Hoping for some sunshine in September to go with the beautiful colours of the hill and trees and some fun with friends would be a bonus.vinyl fence post

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