Pvc Pipe Fence – By mid-summer and especially late-summer, however, the fence began to sage and lean in towards the plants. Eventually, it got so bad that I had to put plant stakes every couple of feet in order to keep it from falling on my plants. After completing the sections and attaching the chicken wires to it. I decided that it was really more cumbersome than I wanted it to be. It would be hard to use one continuous piece of chicken wire for the entire pvc pipe fence when each section would have to be stapled and installed independently of the others. So, back to the drawing board, I went.
Thinking back to when I using to homeschool my kid. I remembering that I using to use PVC pipe and connector for any number of thing. From chart stands to build blocks to geometric shape models, I always found a use for it. PVC pipe would be weatherproof, sturdy, and flexible when it came to framing the entire garden. Cutting it would be no problem and with the wide variety of connector options. There was nothing standing in my way. To connect the sections together I used t-connectors and a smaller section of pvc pipe fence cut to fit the height of the chicken wire perfectly and then screwed the bottom t-connector into the landscape timbers framing the garden.