Lattice is a material commonly used in gardens, consisting of interwoven strips of wood, vinyl or metal forming diamond or square on the surface. Fabric often it used for all types of privacy lattice fence, either to provide privacy from neighbors or for portions of a landscape screen. Usually it comes in sheets of 4 by 8, although smaller blades are also available, and is significantly cheaper than buying solid wood fence planks.
Lattice, with its series of crosses and holes, it is ideal for growing vines and support. A lattice fence is a cheaper alternative to a fence of wooden planks and allows you to surround your landscape with a brightly colored wall plant choice. Place the fence posts around the perimeter of the yard with a top and bottom rail between them, as you would to build a privacy fence standard.
Staples or nails lattice leaves the top and bottom rails. Given the dimensions of a sheet of standard lattice, the fence can be an extension of 4 feet or 8 meters high, and can be cut to a shorter height. Once the fence, plant vines such as clematis, wisteria, ivy, honeysuckle and roses along the lattice fence and teach them to grow in the network is installed. The foliage provides privacy through gaps in the network.