MY home deck featuring my beaqutiful green wall installed for privacy


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27 questions
  • Sbreeding
    on Jan 10, 2016

    how do you do this?

  • Margaret Thake
    on Jan 27, 2016

    How did you do this?

  • Mandy
    on May 1, 2016

    So beautiful. Please tell me how you did it .

    • Ann Littler
      on Jun 14, 2016

      It looks like half size fence panels on posts, then many flowers either planted to grow up and down from containers. Or they may have covered it with many artificial plants onto it.

    • Sharon Poff
      on Jun 14, 2016

      i can also see you planting flowers in a container- flat- with wire over container to hold dirt in.. could work

    • Peter Sluys
      on Dec 29, 2016

      It's called vertical pocket gardening or hanging grow bags. You can get them in a single row of up to 5 feet long and others will be 4 feet wide. There are a few good DIY projects you may want to try! Flowers, herbs, and veggies can be grown in these awesome screen or dividers! Be careful, real top soil is very heavy. You may want to try hanging pot soil. Watering is also important because the sun can reach the pockets from all sides!

    • Christine Howell Emory
      on May 6, 2017

      You can use PVC pipe the larger one I think that would work



  • Jst12206294
    on Jan 8, 2017

    What is between the posts is it lattice? Then plant pouches hanging

  • Brenda Armit
    on Apr 12, 2017

    Is there instructions on how to make this please?
  • RHONDA ANNE
    on Apr 28, 2017

    What are the flowering climbing shrubs that you have in your backyard?
    Thanks
    Rhonda
  • Beth
    on Apr 28, 2017

    What are the plants growing in and who Is the supplier?
  • Terrie
    on Apr 30, 2017

    What are the instructions for the planter please

  • Edward Lee Nowacki
    on May 3, 2017

    What is it made of and I'll try it.
  • Lisa Bengston
    on May 4, 2017

    How do you make it?
  • Zane
    on Aug 21, 2017

    Why is this here?
    • Lom26331201
      on Aug 21, 2017

      Because it is beautiful!
    • RC Leach
      on Aug 21, 2017

      Ask not "Why is this here?", rather, ask why wouldn't this be here? It's beautiful!
    • Zane
      on Aug 21, 2017

      Yes, it certainly is... but how do you make it? That's what we wanted to know..
  • Carrie Thomas
    on Aug 21, 2017

    Why are there no instructions or link to instructions?
  • Jamie McElhany
    on Aug 21, 2017

    Beautiful! What does the back look like?
  • Jul28084338
    on Sep 18, 2017

    How do I create something similar? Are there step-by-step instructions?
  • Lulu
    on Oct 9, 2017

    How do you make it
  • Donna
    on May 7, 2018

    Love the project, but how do you do it? Was ask before, but not answered, Please reply.

    • Amy Rohde
      on Jun 6, 2018

      This person doesn't answer. I'm not sure why they allow them on HomeTalk although the pictures are beautiful.

    • Joni Kelly Lmt
      on Jun 6, 2018

      This is a landscaping company posting the pictures. They want business, not sharing.

  • Mary Ellen Aguirre
    on May 28, 2018

    What kind of climbing plants are there?

  • Shirley
    on Jun 6, 2018

    What flowering climbing plants did you use ?

    • I think this is covered with fabric pockets. Something similar to an over the door organizer/shoe storage. The plants are cascading petunias, superheroes, and any other cascading flowers.

  • Memaynard
    on Jun 7, 2018

    I would love to try it but no directions on how to or what plant and how to attach them. please give more info

    • Bonnie Hazlewood
      on Oct 27, 2018

      When I see this, for year round privicy, I would consider second hand purchase of artificial flowers and greenery.

      Keepiing wasps and bees from building might be a concern in the summer.

  • YDELMA
    on Oct 25, 2018

    HELLO I JUST WANT TO KNOW WHAT WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE PLANTS AND IF THIS IS LIKE A VERTICAL GARDEN THANK YOU

  • Hank
    on Nov 27, 2018

    Hi, I too would like to know what plants you used and how you planted them? Did you build planter boxes into the fence? Please let me know, thanks.

  • Linda
    on Feb 25, 2019

    What are the containers made out of

  • Tamara Bliley
    on May 24, 2019

    for this project, please show the form prior to the plants. What framework supports it and was two layers of shade cloth or chicken wire installed to hold the potting soil? It looks like bright cheery annuals were used so it would be only useful seasonally, but could you show a list of plants or an alternate list of perennials for a permanent solution. Zone 8b or lower.

  • Patty Pinsky
    on May 24, 2019

    I’d love to do this project- but NO INSTRUCTIONS!!! WTH???

    • Jeanne Martin
      on May 27, 2019

      I would guess this isn't a DIY project, it was probably installed by professional landscapers. That's why no instructions...just posted to show what's possible. Maybe?

    • Diane Turpen
      on Jun 8, 2019

      They used vertical planters or pallets.

  • Glenn Kimberly Rowlands
    on May 27, 2019

    What does the other side look like?

  • Author Larry
    on May 30, 2019

    Wow no how to do it....?

  • Salima
    on Jun 12, 2019

    Hi I have huge fence and I like yr idea plz tell me how do it or give me some idea

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  • Ari Driver
    on Feb 16, 2020

    Instructions please!

  • Amy
    on Mar 11, 2020

    Please show the other side, please, please show us how to assemble this!!!

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