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  • Krista Larbes

    Downspout covered w clematis or morning glory. Cool idea!

  • JoLecia Crowe

    Downspout covered in clematis - might be able to use chicken wire instead

  • Regenia Cafini

    downspout trellis idea

  • Betsy Sharp

    downspout trellis - cool idea! Plant a flowering vine on it .... one that likes water! Or Monardo(Bee Balm)flowers and tie their tall stems to the trellis(they like "wet feet"). How lovely!!

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Art quilt. I love the clematis color against the gray of weathered wood. The bird house seems to be weathered aqua. Dark green batik or tonal print for the background above the fence, or maybe a moody sky color (purple/blue?), depending on how dark the fence is.

Beans are planted on the edge and climb up the "trellis" and salad greens are planted in the middle so they are exposed to the sun early spring and shielded from it in the hot summer months..Great idea.