Living barriers made of thorny or spikey plants become silent guardians of landscapes that are enclosed this way. In #Plantchat, we'll discuss the use of spikey solutions to reroute traffic patterns, and some examples of living obstacles that will help to prevent intruders and keep passers-by on designated walkways. See the AHS article, Beautiful Barriers, for the inside scoop!
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Thorny Barriers - reroute garden "jaywalkers"
Protect the Perimeter - deter intruders
Blocking Danger Zones - protect people from ditches and steep slopes
Cautions - keep thorns away from small children and pets
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