GARDENING DECORATION FENCING WILLOW

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willow fence

made of natural osier with fine craft

artistic,durable and easy to erect

for home&garden deco to make privacy



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Willow fences and screens are made from vertical willow sticks tightly

woven together with galvanized steel wire. Willow fencing and screening

are suitable for an informal garden.Rapidly renewable natural bentwood

material like willow make wonderful fences for outdoor and indoor decoration,

our exclusive pre-build fences panels are designed to beautify your home garden

as well as practical well build fences with easy set up. Different styles and sizes

to suite your needs.


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