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29 May Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Japanese Fence Bamboo Garden Project

Japanese Fence Bamboo Garden Project

Japanese Fence Bamboo Garden Project

This winter I had the opportunity to build a very unique fencing project on Pender Island.  A new client had planted a bamboo grove on their forest property but was having issues with the deer eating the young bamboo (which they normally do not eat) so called me to talk about fencing the grove.  We […]

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08 Apr Posted by in Cedar Grapestake Fences, Fences, Portfolio | Comments Off on Bamboo Garden Fence

Bamboo Garden Fence

Bamboo Garden Fence

The fence enclosure is built to hold a future bamboo garden within a west coast forest.  The fence panels are constructed with salvaged red cedar grapestake pickets with 1 inch bamboo in a wide spacing to allow for visual openness between the forest and the bamboo plants.  The back section of the fence is more […]

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05 Apr Posted by in Garden Gates, Garden Structures, Gates, Portfolio | Comments Off on Bamboo Garden Entrance

Bamboo Garden Entrance

Bamboo Garden Entrance

This entrance way opens into a future bamboo garden in a secluded west coast forest.  The arbour was designed to reflect a traditional Japanese style, with a large 4″ in diameter piece of bamboo sitting just below the top piece.  All wood is salvaged red cedar, and has been hand split to allow for the natural curves […]

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05 Apr Posted by in Garden Gates, Gates, Portfolio | Comments Off on Bamboo Garden Gate

Bamboo Garden Gate

Bamboo Garden Gate

These double pedestrian gates open into a future bamboo grove in a secluded forest.  Made from hand split cedar reclaimed from beaches, and assembled with mortise and tenon joinery.  These gates reflect the pattern of cedar pickets and bamboo that continues throughout the whole fencing project.

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