Ok thanks for the suggestions.
ok thanks for your suggestions.
Thanks Rob. Maintenance is not a problem.
I was worried about the moisture issue as well since the roots are on the roof.
Maybe it’s best to have the vines in the ground and grow up the wall to the pergola, though i’d rather keep the walls bare.
If there is irrigation built into the planters that are integrated with the wall as pictured, would that solve the problem?
I’ll look into your suggestions.
I’m open to anything really. My main concern is that it would flourish and grow enough to filter out the sun.
i think i might revise my idea.
Jade as pictured in the attachment grows quite well outside here. (i think it’s crassula ovata?
Can anyone verify that?)
Would it grow inside as well? How deep would the hole need to be?
ok thanks for your input.
Yes i don’t want fruit growing in the house. I’ll look into the small crapes. Since the the property contains mostly live coast oaks, i like the idea of a scrub oak.
Thanks for the information Tyson.
I see. Ok thanks again for your help.
Thanks so much for all the information Jamie. I was not aware of the RWS Root Watering System.
I was thinking more along the lines of creating a concrete planter extending into the ground from the foundation so that the roots would be contained and lining the bowl with waterproofing.
Why would this not be a good idea?
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