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By Gagajoo

West Yorkshire, United Kingdom Gb

Any ideas for a quick growing, evergreen climber, that can live in a stone trough [depth about 12 - 16"] on an East facing brick wall? I like the look of Pileostegia Viburnoides but I'm not sure what conditions it requires - don't be fooled by my reference to a fancy named plant, I found it in 'Andrew's Garden' on here and liked it, I'm a complete novice really!! Cheers guys!



Pilostegia would work, but really the depth of the trough isn't enough for any climber to grow to its proper size - would need to be minimum 2 feet deep and 12 inches wide, really.

29 Sep, 2010

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