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A Vinca Hill Update

DeeLynnDeeLynn Tennessee, USAPosts: 18
Just thought I'd give an update on 'Vinca Hill'. We've cleared over half of the vines. There is Vinca, Asian Jasmine, wild grape vine and Poison Ivy. The poison ivy caused a lovely rash which resulted in a doctor's visit, lots of meds and a few days out of order so I'm not as far along as I had hoped.

Where we started:





Where we are now. We thought the entire hill was covered in rip rap but it is actually 4 tiered rock walls on just the one end. It looks like someone had it landscaped as a rock garden at one time.





Still have this strip to do.





And this bit at the end going into the back yard.




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  • B3B3 Posts: 18,319
    Well done. It makes my little vinca battlefield (one side of the front garden) seem much more manageable!
    In London. Keen but lazy.
  • DeeLynnDeeLynn Tennessee, USAPosts: 18
    Thanks @B3. A battlefield is an apt description. Good luck with yours. 
  • LynLyn DevonPosts: 18,037
    You’ve worked so hard Dee,  what a job! 
    That is such a beautiful place to live, you must be very happy there. 
    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 

  • Mary370Mary370 Limerick, Ireland Posts: 2,001
    Isn't there just the best feeling of satisfaction when you clear a piece of land, well done.
  • DeeLynnDeeLynn Tennessee, USAPosts: 18
    Thank you @Lyn, We do love it here. Will love it more once vine Hill has been tamed. 😀
  • DeeLynnDeeLynn Tennessee, USAPosts: 18
    Thank you @Mary370. It makes the property look completely different. Now I get to plan what to plant for some erosion control which is even more fun. 
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