How To Put Up A Small Garden Fence. And you can do this by picking fencing that lets the light in. Kenny Point demonstrates how to keep rabbits out of your yard by easily installing a fence.
Drive the sleeve in until it's flush with grade, then add the post. Begin by installing the pickets on the exterior side of the fence. Make sure that the side with the hooks are on the outside of your garden.
Flexible plastic garden fence posts can simply be pounded in using a baby sledgehammer at specified intervals.
This fencing will last you for years.
You will also need a hammer to hammer in your post. Stretch the twine taut to the position of the next corner or end post. If you don't really like to put up a visible fence, go with an electric fence.
You literally dump the dry bag into the hole and spray enough water to wet the concrete and leave it. Move on to the next fence post. When using dirt, make sure you continuously compress the dirt as you add it to the hole. Carefully remove the framing battens (also known as vertical struts) from one end of a panel and move them in to the required width. Sandwich them either side of the panel and nail them in place.