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
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.
Jim, I'll be glad to get another one started for you.
Louisa haven't you started makeing those red clay bricks yet! :}
LOL Zany - give me a little time and I may go into full production!!
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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Thank you Ill give them a shot but I heard that morning glorie dies off in the winter?
The vigorous evergreen clematis 'Armandii', or pyracantha (not a vine, but looks great on a fence).
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.