How can i cover a neighbors chain link fence
I tried plants but they went roundup crazy this year & killed everything on the fenceline. I get it because a ton of trees used to grow on their side but I like my side alive. preferable inexpensive
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install another fence on your side
All sorts of options are available. When choosing, besides cost, consider how much you want to block breezes.
The solid “contractor” ones could be fun. Paint a garden.
here are some ideas
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I would suggest you attach reed or bamboo fencing to your side of the chainlink fence. It comes in heights from 3' to 8' though the length of a roll is 16' or less.
Since the fence belongs to your neighbors it would be best to talk to them about this plan BEFORE you begin it. Boundary law varies from state to state, and they might not want you using their fence as a support structure. In that case you would need to put up your own fence.
No, you need to install your own fence supports. Get a survey and permit if required before you start any digging. Then, if you plant something on your own property in front of your own fence and their "Round Up" kills it, you should seek payment for damage. Discuss it with your municipal authorities, so they're aware of the situation, and document everything.
If you have the original survey, determine who actually has the right to it. If it’s your’s, you’ll still want to consider your neighbor. If not, maybe consider planting fast growing shrubs!
If it is Their fence, you cannot likely attach to it. The above is an idea, an example only, that you can install 1 inch from their fencing.
You could use the stakes for chicken fencing, or the tall spikes for signage. Use these to attach/secure the “fabric” I originally suggested, or willow, bamboos, or just wire them to accept climbing plants.