covering a fence rapidly?
We just created a fenced garden bed using rustic cedar posts and invisible wire to prevent critters from getting in to destroy our plantings. In front of the garden fence (on our property) we planted a shrub hedge of privet and chokeberry to fill in and eventually cover the posts and have the bed blend into the naturatlistic surrounds. The plants are not yet full size and we planted to accomodate the growth rather than having to move as they mature. The bed is visible from my neighbor's house and he previously had a sense of untamed landscape. He politely inquired if we could do anything to further have it disappear from view. I have planted passionflower vines and morning glories which by the middle/end of the summer should do the trick,. Is there a perennial vine which might provide further camouflage year round. i was thinking honeysuckle (one of the less invasive varieties)? Any suggestions?