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looking for a perennial flowering vine to cover a fence...

Posted by shodorov NYC (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 23, 07 at 12:52

the fence is about 3.5' tall and 12' long and is "hiding" AC condensers... Id like to hide them better but getting a vine to grow on this fence and produce some flowers during the summer and fall... the area is in the shade till around 1pm and then its in full sun...

any ideas?

thanks.


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RE: looking for a perennial flowering vine to cover a fence...

You could plant a low growing beautiful clematis like niobe. While you wait for it to establish itself "three or four years" you could simply plant morning glories in a couple of pots every year. filix


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RE: looking for a perennial flowering vine to cover a fence...

Careful though, you might become addicted to MG's.


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