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May 9, 2018 5:25 AM CST
|I live on the Central Coast, NSW and have a very narrow garden strip between my colour bond fence and my concrete pathway approximately 250mm wide. I would like to plant something that would go halfway up the fence, to the top of the fence, or a little above even. I would just like to break up the fence line but am at a loss what might be best. I have had suggestions of clumping bamboo perhaps, a pencil pine, although I can't seem to find anything suitable for that space in a pine/cypress variety. Any help would be greatly appreciated in this area as the landscaping/garden is the last of my renovations. Thanks very much.|
May 9, 2018 8:02 AM CST
|Hi & welcome! Is your requirement for a plant that does not lean at all, just goes straight up? 250 mm (between 9-10 inches) is a slim spot. What is the orientation of direction (amount of light?) How tall is the fence?
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May 9, 2018 6:36 PM CST
|Can you attach wires to the fence? then guide a vine on the wires.
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May 9, 2018 10:07 PM CST
|Happy 🐜 ant,
First I would like to welcome you to the site!!
Jasmine grows and stretches up fences and has a heavenly scent. If you are looking for a vine, that is my opinion lol.
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