Welcome to our gallery featuring a wide selection of quaint and charming garden fences.
This collection includes various styles and materials that are commonly used as perimeter fencing, whether for privacy or for decoration.
You’ll see many fences, including aluminum fencing, wood, wrought iron, and even vinyl fencing throughout this collection, all with beautiful landscaping and flowers adding to the charm and elegance of the front yard.
A fence will add curb appeal to your home, regardless of whether or not there are flowers growing in front of, around, or through the fencing. However, as you’ll see, adding flowers and shrubs to the fencing entirely transforms the look of the fence.
Throughout you’ll also see how great picket fences serve as a garden boundary as well.
We hope you’ll enjoy this special gallery.
A picket fence with enormous yellow daisies peeping over the top and through the slats.
A farm-style wooden fence with moss growing on the uneven slats. Simple planting beds with daffodils have been planted on both sides of the fence.
A short black wrought iron perimeter fence with low ground cover and red pansies.
An old rustic fence with weather damage and a bright array of wild flowers popping up all around it.
A raised deck that overlooks a pool complex with manicured hedges.
A long, thin wrought-iron fence with thick landscaping both in front of and behind it. Featured are beautiful full daylilies.
A vegetable garden with lettuce and a rustic wooden fence surrounding the garden plot.
A rustic wood perimeter fence with beautiful wildflowers in bold color.
A fence made of springy, thin branches with vines and marigolds in front of and behind.
An elegant black wrought iron fence on a white concrete base with a planting bed full of blooming yellow tulips in front.
A dilapidated looking wooden fence with rustic barrel planters and green shrubs.
A tall cedar privacy fence with built-in window boxes with ivy and pretty purple flowers.
A pale yellow perimeter fence with trees and light purple flowers peeping through. Wrapped around the top of the fence are icicle and tube lights.
An aged white picket fence that separates the garden walkway from the backyard.
An ornate black wrought iron fence with a wooden base. Low, brightly colored flowers line the bottom on the inside, while taller flowers like tulips and daisies are on the inside.
A simple cedar fence that narrows into a wood chip planting bed with daffodils sprouting at the beginning of spring.
A rustic birch fence with wildflowers in the background.
A short stone wall with a tall gray concrete planter on the top. Behind that is a taller wood privacy fence. Daisies and other flowering plants spill out of the planter.
A back garden surrounded by a stone half wall and a trellis-style fence. A barn door leads into a larger garden behind the home via a series of stone steps.
An aging natural, rustic fence with grape vines trailing over it.
A close up of the top of a wrought iron fence with rose bushes in the background.
A concrete terrace fence that uses thick flowering plants to fill in the gaps for privacy.
A closer look at the concrete sides of the fence.