I am trying 2 grow a trailing vine of jasmine attached under the eaves of my house . the vine would hang down from under the eave that is above the windows and doors ,but will climb the walls of some of the wall . i am having a hard time explaing what i want . i may have 2 hire a pro land scaper. it seems the handy men i have asked to string the wire from which the vine would hang can' comprend what i am saying . do u know where i might find some pics 2 show them or a way 2 explain 2 them what i want . it can't be that hard . Thanks p.s. this is in the back yard in my court yard. thanks
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Thats great Gail,I would suggest using fishing line in place of thinner wire or even string. Water can erode and decay the string and metal wire over time. If you need something thicker than fishing line, stainless steel wire is a great choice because while over long periods of time fishing wire can get a bit brittle, the stainless cable actually has great corrosion resistance, compared to other wires. I probably myself would use a thicker fishing line, only because it looks somewhat invisible to the eye, but again use what you think would look nice.My mother uses fishing line for her vines that run up some of her smaller barns as well as her wellhouse, uses the same eyehooks too.Use this picture of christmas lights as a representation http://lh5.ggpht.com/-g3mY2U9KXgI/T-sYKE1t9xI/AAAAAAAAImA/Ry0wrX-vhk4/IMG_0952%25255B15%25255D.jpg - its a picture of christmas lights through eye hooks but you can show them that the fishing line which will be a bit tighter than this, will basically guide the vine and allow it to wrap and coil around it. They can use lighter knots or loops for tension as needed.
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