• ItsPetworthIt

    I just passed this building today. I did NOT think they were cool vines. I wondered how the people could stand not having them removed. That would be #1 for me. Plus, it’s not just me being OCD. Not only does it look bad on its own and throw off the look of the street… it’s also bad for the building structure.

    • textdoc

      It probably doesn’t look so bad when the vines have leaves on them, but doesn’t look good like this. And the vines are bad for the surface either way.
      Looks like the vines are also creeping into the territory of the yellow house next door — if I were the owner of the yellow house, I would not be happy.

    • Anonymous

      I think a lot of home owners simply don’t realize that it’s bad for the masonry.
      There’s a group house around the corner from my apartment that’s completely covered in thick vines. Over the last 8 months, the vines have started creeping onto the second floor facade of the house next door. A young family lives in this other house and I’m inclined to mention the damage it could cause. I honestly think they are just too busy to deal with it. But I don’t want to intrude and it might be better if I mind my own business. :)

  • Anonymous

    I like them. To each their own I guess.

  • Anonymous

    Burn it. I think it looks sloppy. But that’s just me, probably.

  • Shaw neighbor

    Looks like a hair back. Or…something.

  • Looks like a preview of the post-apocalypse, when nature will begin the slow process of gobbling up all traces of humanity.


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