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Vine to cover chain link fence

Posted by aliciavr6 6b (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 10, 10 at 14:43

Hello, are there any deciduous or evergreen vines out there that will take over a chain link fence in full - part sun? I have climbing hydrangea going up the side of my house but think that is just too girthy(?) and would like something a bit lighter that i can train to the top of the fence, then let it take over.


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RE: Vine to cover chain link fence

There are many wonderful vines - some perennial and some annual. For a well-behaved perennial I like sweet autumn clematis - it gets huge, covers itself in small white blooms and is fragrant.

For an annual vine, you might like morning glories - there are so many pretty ones.


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RE: Vine to cover chain link fence

Hello we have a wired chainlink fence. Our vine is a white potato. Has white flowers and is fragrant. Seems it loves our wired fence it flows and flows. We live in a coastal area. It also can get bushy and grow tall.

Good luch on your choice of vine. So many to choose from


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