After I nearly wrecked my mothers garden with the rotovator on Saturday I finished a fencing project I'd been doing for her (not selflessly - I'm getting paid!).
It was fitting some cleft sweet chestnut from Say It With Wood, a nearby firm that makes there own sweet chestnut fencing. Some bits came assembled (trellis and arches) and some came as just big bundles of split wood (palings).
It took a bit of figuring out which bits went where but once it was all up it looked really good. It's very rustic and not to everyone's taste but I really like it. Being sweet chestnut it should last a long time and needs no regular maintenance. I was lucky with the weather when fitting this which made it a really nice job - the sweet chestnut was terrible for splinters though!
What would be your favourite type of fencing to have around your garden? I'd love this if I could justify the cost but for now I'll stick to stock fencing and rabbit wire!