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Lauren Dunec Hoang added this to Fresh Ideas to Decorate Your Outdoor Walls With Greenery12 September 2018

6. Create a planted wall patternGeometric patterns made from trained evergreen vines look fancy and aren’t too difficult to achieve if you don’t mind frequent clipping. Start by establishing your desired pattern with wires fastened with nails or eye hooks to the desired wall or fence. Then, plant a vine like trailing ivy or confederate jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides, Zone 8) to grow along the lines of the trellising, cutting or rewrapping any shoots that stick out from the structure.See these clever urban gardens

Shristi Nangalia added this to Fresh Ideas for Bringing Climbing Plants & Vines Into the Home17 December 2017

3. Instead of haphazard growth, vines can be tied and trimmed to grow in pre-designed, meticulous shapes and patterns around a wire or mesh. Repeating circles tailor a striking statement in this garden area.Look at these urban garden designs from Indian homes

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Kirsten Daniels added this to Kirsten's Ideas1 August 2022

Simplicity of the lines and also the dark stain

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