Yes, it's a terrible photo, but I had to include it so you could get a sense of the space. Chain-link fence at the far side of a residential property. Open field (Portland Public Schools property) on the other side. Big tree putting said fence in deep shade.
This is what I wanted to share. As an idea I like it. Disguise a chain-link fence, yes! But.
But...ferns (shade and moisture lover)and Senecio (full sun and dry lover) together?
And why the different colors of stain? Wouldn't it have been better to pick one and go with it?
Did I mention ferns and Senecio!?
Personally I would have liked to see a shade-loving plant that would trail downward, and I would have stuck with the natural color stain - to coordinate with the wooden fence.
Although I do love the dark color.
There are a couple other sun lovers tucked in there too, next to other ferns. I am confused!
They were rather ingenious though, in how they went about it.
The attachment system is a work of art - clean and functional art.
Hopefully they won't be discouraged when some of their plants die...
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