Creeping Fig

Creeping Fig


Michael Day added on December 5, 2017 | Answered

We have a creeping fig that covers a 75' wall 6 ft high. It is about 6 inches thick. We started it about 15 years about with about 12 plants. Yesterday we have a major wind event (70 MPH winds) and the creeping fig became un-attached to the wall. My question is can we prop it back up, and will it re-attach to the wall by itself? we are trying to save are beautiful green covered wall. The wall was undamaged. Any sugguestions on what or how to save the vine would be get. Thanks


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BushDoctor
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Answered on December 5, 2017

You could always set a wooden plank against the tree until it reattaches. There are very few good methods to letting it reattach other than just leaning something against it until it does.

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