Help with a 'living wall'
Hi, I have a visible crib lock wall. I've planted some climbers in troughs to make it a green / living wall. They were climbers I had already - a jasmine, a passionflower and (Ithink) a clematis. They've done well till now despite it being a fairly shady spot, but now the jasmine and the clematis are looking a bit dead. I assume this is because they're not evergreen and the cold has finally got to them .. but am wondering if this is the case and whether there's anything you'd recommend to keep a green view. Are the troughs going to be gig enough? Should I swap for entirely evergreen climbers? If so, what would you gardeners recommend? Or, should I just plant a small shrub as well?
Thanks in advance! Am feeling clueless.
Last edited: 19 January 2018 11:59:03