Wattle fences have a rich history in English gardens. These woven fences were first created as boundaries for cattle farms and livestock areas. Today these versatile fences are both environmentally friendly and cost-effective. Join gardener, Dr. Fred Dunford, to learn how to create a wattle fence. The fence created will be used in our museum gardens for years to come.
Class size will be limited to 10 participants.
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