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    • Lori Borst

      Cover downspouts with flowering vines. Our homeowners probably will say no, but cool idea

    • Utawna Leap

      Downspout covered w clematis or morning glory. Cool idea!

    • Amy Cowperthwait

      Cover downspouts with flowering vines. Could use chicken wire and do the same thing.

    • Pat Fitch

      Downspout Trellis - Lee Valley Tools Cool idea

    • Laura Fontsee

      Downspout Trellis is an attractive way to hide downspouts. Morning Glories!

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