Great Plants For Fence
Growing plants for fence takes advantage of vertical growing space. There are several great plants for fence that homeowners can choose. And here are several of them. First of all, varieties of climbing, trailing roses make a good choice plants for fence with no pets or children. Sharp thorns could scratch dogs or children playing around the fence. Also known as Rosa setigera, climbing roses tolerate sun or shade. Roses are an annual plant. They will require replanting each year, but will grow quickly to cover the fence. Or you can goe with honeysuckle plants for fence. Honeysuckle is a vine that grows 15 to 30 feet by twisting itself through objects. A wooden or chain link fence is a possible support for honeysuckle vines. Honeysuckle grows in bright sun or shade, and it tolerates poor soil conditions. Honeysuckle vines produce flowers in the summer, usually between June and September, depending on the variety. Honeysuckle is not susceptible to insects or disease. Cut vines that outgrow the planting area back to 6 to 8 inches from the ground. The vines come back during the growing season.
Or you can choose clematis plants for fence. All types of clematis can grow on a fence. Clematis vines have twining stems that wrap around a structure such as a fence. Some varieties of clematis only grow 8 feet high while others can reach 30 feet. The size, colour and bloom time of the clematis vines differ according to the type of clematis plant. Clematis does best when the flowers are in full sun and the soil is in the shade of the fence.