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recommendations to help disguise neighbour's house

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Piemistress Sat 05-Jan-13 10:34:44

Oh sorry for confusion, the easy facing wall belongs to the neighbouring house I am trying to hide so it can't be anything that sticks to the wall if the house, only my garden wall/fence or beside it if that makes sense

Piemistress Sat 05-Jan-13 08:06:49

Thank you for your suggestions, off to add pics to my pinterest!

CuttedUpPear Sat 05-Jan-13 01:39:12

My vote also goes for Hydrangea petiolaris. You could also grow a winter flowering jasmine up and through it.

timidviper Thu 03-Jan-13 22:40:51

I'm near the sea in Lancashire and have a north facing wall which has a fabulous climbing hydrangea (Hydrangea Petiolaris) on it. That might be worth a try.

funnyperson Thu 03-Jan-13 22:38:09

Trellis on top of wall plus climbing roses
Flowering tree plus clematis eg ceanothus which is bushy

Piemistress Wed 02-Jan-13 20:13:33

Sorry meant to say pics on profile !

Piemistress Wed 02-Jan-13 20:12:31


Hoping some gardening peeps can help! What would you suggest planting to help disguise this big house by the garden wall?

The wall faces east and is near the sea and there isn't a warm climate (Scotland!) Don't want anything too wide as hoping to add an extension on at some point.

Thanks pie

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