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dollydidditcom

beautiful! What is the name of the small leaf creeper that lays flat to the left wall as you look down to the back please? I love the coverage it gives and neat it looks :)


   
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Kim Bear

Dollydidditcom - The creeper looks like Ficus Pumila to me...creeping or climbing fig.

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Ai Jaedee

I bought a bulk pack on eBay of the climbing ficus & planted in Winter; hopefully it survives the harsh Adelaide summer.

   

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