Need to protect your garden beds? Sounds like a mesh fence might be in order! You may think such a task is best left to professionals. But Jack's here to help you dip your toes into the fence building pond and put up something you're proud of!
Whether you want to erect a fence to stop the kids from kicking the ball in your vegies or keep your fur baby away from your green goods, our easy peasy mesh garden fence is the perfect solution for protecting your plant and produce growing efforts.
Not only is it super straightforward to install, but our Jack mesh products are cheap, strong and weather-resistant, perfect for garden fencing – a big (green) thumbs up for all your project concerns. Our Classic Garden edging will also blend seamlessly into a natural garden aesthetic, yet double as pet fencing.
So go grab your products and tools; it’s time to venture out into the great outdoors and get your garden fence on!
What you'll need
Before starting any outdoor project, make sure you have everything you need in hand. Plus, safety always comes first at Jack, so don’t skip the PPE!
Suggested Jack products
Additional tools & materials
- Tie wire
- Wire cutters
- Rubber mallet
- Tape measure
- String line if you need a straight fence
- PPE (Gloves & safety glasses)
Your step by step guide
PPE and measure
Once you’ve donned your safety gloves and glasses and are looking the part, measure the area where you’d like to put the fence.
Bash in the posts
Drive the posts into the ground using the Jack Stake driver, then use a mallet to hammer them in gently. Our Classic Garden Edging is 350mm high, so we suggest you drive the posts in approx. 600mm.
Grab that tape measure to make sure you hit the sweet spot!
Add more Garden post
Once you’ve banged in all your posts, simply hook the mesh onto them. Our 1m Garden Posts are designed with little hooks making it super easy.
Simple dimple assembly
Start by fastening one end of the mesh roll to the hooks on the post, then roll it out to each post and hook in place.
Ta-da. Animals out, but you can still reach in to maintain your crop.