This summer I worked weddings at a garden, full of lovely rhododendron trees, lots of winding paths, and low hanging branches. Part of my job was to go around placing signs for every wedding blocking off parts of the garden. Some paths were wide and frequently used. Others were smaller, but still needed signs. Many of these paths were crossed by spider webs, and single strands of spider silk even just minutes after I had previously walked through there.
I often followed Madame Giry's advice.