A chain link fence will determine your home line, and keep animals and kids out, but it’s not the most desirable history for your yard. Use your chain link fence as a foundation to hold a line of attractive trellises up to change your lawn to great from blah. A trellis will last vegetables or flowers throughout the growing period; and it’ll still protect the fence with the attractive pattern, when the seasons change.
Dig a hole 8″ deep for every trellis post immediately in the front of the chain link fence, putting the trellis using a fence-post immediately before a fence-post.
The trellis posts in the holes. By walking onto it, pushing the soil down with your toes tamp down the grime across the poles.
Pass a zip-tie on top of the chain link fence and about the bar through the brace of the trellis. Push the conclusion of the zip-tie during the fasten, and pull the tie shut as tightly as possible. Cut off the extra tie using a scissors or shears.
Place zipties throughout the trellis over the very top of the chain link fence, positioning a tie every 6″. Continue connecting the ties before the whole framework to the trellis is firmly protected from the fence.