Plant fence – Growing plants along a fence takes advantage of vertical growth space. A fence acts as a perfect support structure for the vine and other climbing plants. Openwork fences are better than solid fence support structures without tendril holds. The plants are used to break the nudity of fences; fences hide unsightly pieces or accent decorative fences. Fencing plants are perennial, annual, deciduous and evergreen plants. Also, tropical plants can turn an ordinary landscape into an interesting and exotic space. There are many ways to use shrubs in a landscape. But a live fence is just that a fence created from living shrubs. Respectful of the environment, tolerant of the elements and aesthetically attractive, it can also provide additional protection against unwanted intruders. Tropical shrubs come in a wide range of sizes and are attractive due to the leaves, flowers or fruits that are carriers.
Bean runner plants grow up to 12 feet long, forming braiding vines covered with trifoliate green leaves that are 4 to 5 inches long. The majority of bright scarlet runner bean plants produce bean type flowers grouped in clusters 10 inches long. Edible pods, 6 to 12 inches long, and follow the fading flowers. Runner bean varieties include scarlet with red and black seeds, Black Runner with black seeds. And trumpet vines are 30 to 40 feet long deciduous vines that grow with so much energy that they could become invasive. The vines are covered with leaves composed of bright dark green composed of 7, 9 or 11 brochures that emerge in late spring. The striking orange-scarlet tubular flowers are 3 inches long and 1 1/2 inches wide. And trumpet vines grow well in poor soils and are available in red, yellow, yellow-orange, orange apricot and white colors.
Other large plants that are not strictly shrubs are excellent options to use for tropical fencing. And for some of these plants are not well adapted to grow in colder climates, and since they will not tolerate strong frosts in the long term. Then plants that grow from rhizomes tend to form groups, both of the stems that emerge from the main bulb and those that grow outside the main rhizome. Also, cannas grow quickly and have foliage and flowers of distinctive colors. Trumpet angel is another option. Although not strictly shrubs, these plants can grow to a height of 7 to 15 feet. Its appeal is its flowers a foot long, very perfumed and nice, in the form of a trumpet.