I planted a wisteria on the west side window to an out building where
my office and tool room are. Because it's been 108 degrees this week
and we just replaced our compressor/fan, I thought about growing the
wisteria OVER this building's roof. Then I noticed that there appears
to be mold growing under the wisteria that's there. I guess this
makes sense for mold to be growing in an area of reduced air movement
due to the dense plant being these... right?
And this is some sort of a problem?
The bigger problem would be that eventually the wisteria would likely
cause severe structural damage to the building if it's allowed to
actually grow onto the structure itself.
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