Just some garden overviews. The nets are more anti cat than anti bird. They are simply stitched in at the base with a fisherman's needle.
Then I put in T-supports made of waste bits of wood and spliced through some lighter line to give the nets a better shape.
It actually makes managing the nets easier, as when you lift them the tuck away nicely on top for weeding, thinning, harvesting etc.
The T-supports also are handy as they can be used for setting up trellises for supporting vine plants like tomato or achocha
In the top left of the picture above you can see the amount of bush that had to be cleared,
The shot below gives a decent view of the ash and pine needle pathways I put in as a kind of slug barrier.