Hi all. This question is not necessarily for just the perennial forum, but I didn't know where else to post it.
I have a small (maybe 2 ft high) old stump that I would like to cover up. I can't think of anything that will do the job. It sits on the western side of the house, so it will get a lot of afternoon sun, not morning sun. Also it is located in a rather moist soil location. I live in a mobile home park, and the park manager was supposed to take it out a long time ago, but never did. I would rather not pay to have it ripped out, just cover it for now. It also sits near (on the stumps northern side) a row of hedges. So anything that might climb might climb into the hedges, which I don't want for hedge trimming purposes. Any suggestions?