We have a tall cob garden wall (Victorian townhouse) which is 8 ft high. Against is Ivy which might be 100 years old. I try and keep it tidy every year. To give some height and privacy it tops the wall by a couple of feet.
Last weekend the storms got the better of it and the whole lot has peeled of and is lying on the ground. We are talking a 20ft run of it, it has also taken the very top of the wall with it. We want to try and save it.
If it is logistically possible, if we managed to get it back up and pinned in place on the wall would it "take" again.
I say logistically possible because it weighs a ton. It has come away clean in a sheet with all its roots that were clinging to the wall intact, or would it not knit back?