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RE: need a plant recomendation

Out local home repair place had a plastic formable type fencing for
arbors. Worked well here. I found that being a sun gardener, the metal
(fence or wire) seems to conduct too much heat and burnt the plants till
they get large enough to shade it. I am waiting to see how it does in
our winters before investing in more of it.


> For my new pathway-  I need a climbing plant that will climb up the
> lightpole at the corner.  Needs to be vigorous and tolerate lousy soil
> (clay
> and gravel). Preferably something that doesn't reseed like crazy, as
> will
> be near my raised bed with wonderful soil in them (and I have an idea
> the only thing that will grow in the native ground would be invasive
> the
> good soil). It will get irrigation in summer.  Oh- it gets some
> significant
> sun and heat from the sidewalk/street.  I will put up some type of
> wire/fencin around the lightpole to help the plant climb.  Any
> suggestions?

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