Climber for dead privet
Hi all, as on a previous post I am going to wait till later in the year to buy rootball privet to replace a large patch of dead privet that I have on one side of my garden however there is now another dead strip from top to bottom approx 8 ft high by approx 2 ft wide, this side of the garden has different neighbours to the other.
I emailed one of the online hedge websites with photos to see if I could grow a new hedge now in front of the dead part but they advised the only option is to remove the dead part completely and replace with rootball later in the year however I am sick of being spied on by these neighbours and their kids. Whenever they see or hear you in the garden they go over to the dead patch and just stare through at you including the adults who then proceed to have loud conversations that are not in English. (Nothing against non English folk) but I find this highly annoying, rude and strange, they also have to go all the way down their very long garden in order to get to this bare patch!
So I am wondering if I would be able to leave the dead part there and use a climber to fill the space? There is a Trachelospermum jasminoides 15 ltr pot for £34.99 from Thompson Morgan available at the end of July, 2 honeysuckle loni copper beaty 9cm pots for £29.99, 2 9 cm pots honeysuckle lonicera mint crisp or 2 Mohave red pyracantha £19.99 for 2 9cm pots from climblingplantsfirect or fallopia as I have read this is the fastest growing.
Any ideas appreciated or info on the best place to buy from.