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Posted by KAIBEAU 16 Apr 2010 - 8:44:00 PM

My neighbours have recently brought in some people to clean house. Unfortunately for me my once private fenceline bordering my neighbours yard (100m long) is now open and I have no privacy.
Any hints on what I could plant to quickly fill in the gaps...
Clay soil, also spends the tropical months quite wet. Big ask, yes...

Comments (2)

Re: SEEDY 28 Apr 2010 - 6:14:00 PM

Hey! At first I thought 'what a pickle' but then thought about my own yard! I'm in Brisbane and Melaleuca quinquinerviea and Betula nigra are working nicely.

Re: Re: KAIBEAU 23 Jun 2010 - 4:29:00 PM

Thanks will look into those...

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