How do you deal with neighbors vines?

How do you deal with neighbors vines?

If you’re worried about your neighbor’s shrubs and vines overtaking your fence, then you should talk to them. Ask them if you can trim the trees the hang over your fence. Offer to do some weeding in their backyard. By keeping their vines and trees away from your property, you can keep your fence clear.

Can Neighbours cut your plants?

Your neighbour can cut any branches that are overhanging into their garden as long as they only remove the bits on their side of the boundary. If they want you to cut your tree or hedge just because they don’t like the way it looks, it’s up to you whether you do the work.

Can my Neighbour grow ivy up my fence?

ANSWER: The ivy will belong to the neighbour as its roots appear to come from the neighbouring property. If the end-terrace wall is structurally sound, then the ivy is unlikely to cause damage as generally ivy roots are not strong enough to penetrate a structurally sound wall.

Can my Neighbour grow plants up my fence?

This means that if you erect a fence in your garden, your neighbour must ask for permission before painting or staining their side of it. Similarly, they may not grow trailing plants up it or any similar activity which may cause it damage.

Does vinegar kill ivy?

Whether looking to eradicate poison ivy, English ivy or other ivy types, white vinegar is a safe, nontoxic method to rid your property of the plant, as vinegar’s acid content makes it an ideal weed killer among its many other home uses. Spray ivy infestations thoroughly with white vinegar.

Where does Virginia creeper grow on boundary wall?

The Virginia creeper has grown over the boundary wall onto my neighbours side in two parts. The first half of the boundary wall and the second half of the boundary wall.

What happens if you cut off a Virginia creeper?

The first however, has totally died. So in essence they have entirely poisoned my Virginia creeper. Today I noticed they have cut it all off over to my side and cleared the top if the boundary wall.

Why did my creeper plant die on the wall?

Customer: they definitely used some form poison first on the plant and probably from their side of the wall, as the plant started to die coming over the wall down to the root which is in my garden on my side of the wall.

Can a neighbour cut back plants in your garden?

Your neighbours had no right to cut it back as they did as they were doing so in your garden and no matter what the perceived threat, even if it may have caused damage, they can’t cut plants back that are growing in your garden, except for those parts that are over the boundary line.

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