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Shandy and sandy...

what can I grow next to a fence that not only is ver shandy but the soil is very sandy too?
Question asked by: LWARNER

Asked on: 17 Aug 2009

Nice subject line for a post it made me laugh!

Perhaps you could grow some climbing plants as then they could use the support of the fence to grow up against?

By: knowitall
Replied at: 18 Aug 2009
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