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Old 06-03-2003, 04:39 PM
Robert Gray
 
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Default Suggestions - Annual flowering vine - shade tolerant

I just built a 3' high retaing wall of half rotted old timbers on one side
of my leaf compost pile. It runs about 30 feet long, and I expect the
timbers to continue to rot and contribute to the compost.

In the meantime however, I would like to soften the 'wall of logs' with an
annual planting of a flowering vine that will 'climb' the wall and spread.
This is a very shady area, so the vine would have to be shade tolerant. On
the other had, it gets plenty of water, since it is at the bottom of a
slope.

I followed the thread of favorite perrenial vines, but am not sure which
would do well in a shade area.

Thanks for all suggestions,
Robert



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