How To Fence Your Raised Bed Garden Using PVC

///How To Fence Your Raised Bed Garden Using PVC

How To Fence Your Raised Bed Garden Using PVC

How To Fence Your Raised Bed Garden Using PVC


In this video I show you the materials necessary to build a pvc fencing structure that will stop deer and other critters from eating your vegetables out of your raised bed garden. The structure is made from the following and will surround an 8ftx4ft box:

22 five foot sections of schedule 40 pvc piping
16 pvc elbow joints for the corners of the structure
4 pvc T joins for the middle of the longer sides for support
4 clamps for the opening end (cost about a dollar a piece)
zip ties
netting of your choice that is at least 5ft in height for this design

You can probably pull the whole thing off for about depending on what kind of netting you end up getting. The pvc may come in a longer length than 5ft, so you may have to cut the pipe in half to make shorter lengths for your structure. The pvc I bought was in 12ft sections so I am going to make a structure that is slightly larger than this one because my sides will be 6ft instead of 5ft. If you have any questions please feel free to ask them in the comments. Thanks for watching and good luck gardening!

Taken in Zone 6a, Cincinnati, Ohio 05/14/2013

2017-05-14T11:41:23+00:00 May 14th, 2017|Garden Fence|Comments Off on How To Fence Your Raised Bed Garden Using PVC