Vine fence

lagrange, GA(Zone 7a)

Red clay. There are more failures with the red clay than success to report. Right off hand can't think of any succss. Wait I thought of one. Have top soil hauled in. Jim

Troy, VA(Zone 7a)

Well - thanks for that encouraging thought...lol! I already brought in manure and top soil. There is a very interesting theory that I posted some time back on the soil forum.

Scotia, CA(Zone 9b)

Jim, I'll be glad to get another one started for you.

Louisa haven't you started makeing those red clay bricks yet! :}

Troy, VA(Zone 7a)

LOL Zany - give me a little time and I may go into full production!!

Long Beach, CA

Hello everyone Im new to this forum.. I have also a question about vine fencing .. Ive got a 8 foot high by 150 feet long chain link fence.. was wondering if you know of a quick covering vine that will remain year around. And I wont have to wait till im old to see it cover the whole thing..lol

trumpet vine or honeysuckle,morning glory,also snail vine

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Long Beach, CA

Thank you Ill give them a shot but I heard that morning glorie dies off in the winter?

Troy, VA(Zone 7a)

The vigorous evergreen clematis 'Armandii', or pyracantha (not a vine, but looks great on a fence).

(Arlene) Southold, NY(Zone 7a)

Bump.

I'd love to know if this worked out but since he's no longer a subscriber I guess we'll never know. I'm considering doing something similar along the rear property line.

If anyone else has tried it I'd love to see photos. Thanks.

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