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o a prehistoric age. A water loving plant that can actually grow in swampy soil, this plant loves sun but will tolerate some shade. Evergreen in mild climates. Great used in a modern or contemporary garden for it’s structure and texture. Fast growing to 3-4 feet, it spreads underground and will spread indefinitely if not contained. Because of this, a great Horse tail

Using Architectural Plants in the Garden

❤ Equisetum fluviatile - horsetail reed❤ Using Architectural Plants in the Garden - Tips & Ideas! Horsetail reed (grown the right way) is a great way to add structure to your garden!

How to convert a chain link fence into wood #kwpub #DIY #TheHurstTeam

DIY Fences

I love this idea for putting posts up, for lamps, that can also be fence or divider connectors. I like hiding a sturdier metal post inside a fabricated wood post, then attaching the remainder of the fencing to it. Great for high wind areas.

Horsetail and creeping Jenny--great contrast of colors and textures

Horsetail and creeping jenny - very compatible, they both like it wet. This kind of plant combination is fairly easy to maintain because it doesn't need a drain hole in pot, you can fill it with many days worth of water, even in hot weather.

Using Architectural Plants in the Garden - Tips & Ideas! Horsetail reed (grown the right way) is a great way to add structure to your garden!

Confederate Jasmine is an evergreen flowering vine, drought tolerant once established. It does not clump at the top, so would be ideal for covering a chain link fence year round.

If I had to do an ugly chain link fence. Confederate Jasmine is an evergreen flowering vine, drought tolerant once established. It does not clump at the top, so would be ideal for covering a chain link fence year round.

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