Double-sided, dog-eared redwood fence, you win. Smug, aren’t you? You know I can’t afford to replace you. Over the years I’ve stained you blue (twice), stenciled you in scrolls, but to no avail. There you stand, a blue, stenciled, dog-eared … Continue reading
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Tagged Beaucarnea recurvata, bromeliads, Cupressus macrocarpa 'Citriodora', cussonia, dog-eared redwood fencing, fences, graptoveria, Hardiebacker cement board, Ponytail palm, Potted's City Planter, rhipsalis, salvage, Schefflera actinophylla 'Soleil'
Good fences do make good neighbors. Good fences also make good plant barriers. In this wisteria’s case, I doubt anyone can be held accountable for planting this mighty vine. I think the birds accomplished that for us. My job is … Continue reading