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C P
06/08/2013 at 16:17

Hello, My neighbours built part wall 5ft high and then all down the rest of the garden they ued 6ft fencing ..............So the wall could do with being a bit higher ..... as you can see i think my neighbours agree by putting that wood there .......... But have you any ideas what i could put there ......................... Than

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ks for any ideas in advance.... 

06/08/2013 at 16:43
  • I think any climbing plant, rose, clematis, you can fix wire to the wall or a willow type structure to help the climber and train it to mingle in the bushes on the side so it won't go over into next doors?
17/08/2013 at 19:06

reported

17/08/2013 at 19:10

I reported that too - isn't it a shame that silly people try to advertise on this. I've not been on this long - thoroughly enjoying it - and do they not realise that they just get people's backs up and so their atempts advertise are actually going against them.

17/08/2013 at 19:57

You could try solanum, honeysuckle or jasmine.

17/08/2013 at 20:28

Janet it's a real pain but we all try and report it to keep it at bay! Unfortunately they often post at weekends so it doesn't get removed quickly. It's not been too bad recently but it's annoying when genuine queries like this one get pushed down and then they get missed. 

Somehow I doubt their 'quality products' will give anyone 'heightened elegance and grandeur'...perhaps they're expecting Castle Howard on the phone with a list....

CP- Some wires fixed on vine eyes in the wall will help any of the aformentioned climbers get a start onto it and you could train them into the other planting or put more wires on so that you can tie stems in and get them right up to the top. 

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