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Sweetpea, you mentioned in a post that morning glorys are hard to take down in the fall. We are thinking of them for our fence in the backyard. Do they need a lot of sun? What do you mean by hard to take down? We are trying to get away from a lot of garden work as we are older now :cry: TIA.
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My gosh never knew that about them either dbd.So definetly it will be clematis or some kind of climbing vines. wouldn't want the grandchildren getting high,
they are active enough. Thanks for the info.
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Jeep virginia ceeper is looking better as an option also.
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Tyyinyto decorateThanks very much everbody for your informative answers.
Sweetpea, dh and I are now 70 and 65 so we too want maintenance free.
Ialways thought morning glories were perennials too.
tryingto decorate, virginia creeper sounds like a good solution for our pergolawe are going to have on the side of our deck for privacy. :)
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Thanks for the info it's just me. We will go with the clematis as it is a perrenial.
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