Ivona Gita. pergola. October 22nd , 2017.
Let's dedicate today's blog post to an unlikely cast of characters, the people in your life who are about as perceptive as a fence post.
Cut plastic fencing in to 1-2 inch wide strips. Begin by securing plastic fencing to the fence with a staple gun. Next, plant vines in the ground in front of the poles or just off to the side if the cement footings that the poles sit in stick too far out. For this project we used 3 Potato vines for the fact that they are evergreen (no losing all their leaves for this project) and will cover the poles year round. Noyou won't find potatoes growing from them. Just beautiful foliage, and amazing blossoms for most of the year. Attach the vines loosely to the plastic fencing to allow for growth, and secure the with gardeners plastic coated wire ties. Make sure they are plastic coated rather than the type you find in the markets which will get soggy once wet. As your vines begin to branch out continue to guide them along your pre cut plastic fencing adding additional strips as needed for your vines to cling to. Eventually you will be unable to see the plastic fencing.
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