We have rolls of cattle fencing taken up so the fields can be row cropped. This fencing has worked well for tomato cages and other gardening items. To put it to another use, I cut off a length and bent it over my planters after amending the soil and transplanting volunteer Petunia and Desert Moss Rose seedlings. I planted a variety of annuals. Boomer only pulled out one Sweet Potato Vine, which I replanted, and has not dug in the planters since then. Momma says my planters are prettier this year than ever!
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