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A Tale of Two Vines - The Quest To Cover The Fence! Down 2 Earth,Apr 122014 The pros and cons of growing vines to cover fences and walls. So good or bad I am sure when my customers want to know what will cover If it is a wooden fence you can try putting little nails into the fence and creating a
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The Pros and Cons of Fence-Friendly Vines,Jun 182018 Chain link fences are a great growing space for tendril and twining vines. However traditional wooden or vinyl fences will need to be modified
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Damage to Wood by Climbing Ivy Home Guides SF Gate,That moisture retention is bad for both living and structural wood. Wooden fences often collapse under its weightand trees can snap and break in wind In order to lessen an ivy's weight immediately cut off its vines near the ground and
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