That's what I need to do. I need to plant a whole bunch of clematis vines in front of my house, so by the time Halloween comes everything will be covered in vines and mostly dead.Of course the props will need to be in place before they start to grow. I don't think the wife will go for that.
Now that's a haunted house!J.S.- she won't even notice if you also put out creepy clowns.
This is a very cool haunt. My yard is kinda starting to look like that. Neighbors are probably not too happy.
Jay, I did just this this year (with failed results d'oh!). A random ivy popped up by my porch so I cordoned it off and let it grow wild. Got to a point where I had to anchor it with a few wire hangers. In August I hanged a skeleton next to it and it consumed it in about a week. It"grabbed" two pumpkin plants and pulled them up about 6 feet into the core if the ivy.First week of Oct I came home and it had fallen under its own weight. Couldn't re-hang it so I had to cut the skeleton out of the vines and the pumpkins could not be saved either. It was an amazing Triffid up to that point.Maybe next year :-(
Imagine this house if the occupants didn't celebrate Halloween...what a waste!!!! Good on ya forever haunted!
Awesome, looks great
That's a beautifully eerie home to begin with... great eye for detail! I love this one.
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