The short stretch of fence that separates us from our direct neighbours (the ones that we’re attached to as we live in a semi-detached house) is known as the “green wall” and it really lives up to its name.
The jasmine in the middle is flanked by two young Phyllostachys Nigra (Black Bamboo). I think it’s quite lovely. The jasmine has not flowered well for several years but this is the first year that I have been able to place a chair against it and just smell their sweet scent in the air.
There is a red fence behind all that greenery and it becomes more prominent in the winter as the jasmine normally acts herbaceously and dies back as opposed to remaining evergreen. I’ll continue giving the jasmine a high Potash feed to encourage it to flower more so I can smell it a when I’m sat a little further away as opposed to being sat right underneath it.