Plants and Vines Climb Walls at Whitsunday Terraces resort and damage the paint work. In the past, the gardener has cut a short section of climbing plants out at the bottom, so that they die and drop off painted walls. Pulling large clinging plants with suckers off walls will itself damage the paintwork, so the slower method of cutting them off from the roots works better.
Removing vine removed paint
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Plant climbs support and damages paint
One example of a clinging vine is between Driftwood and Endeavour Terraces, where it is climbing one of the building supports.
Plants climbing balconies
Some of the more aggressive ground cover has been invading balconies, for example on the bottom of Driftwood Terrace, where Unit 30 is an example. This has been cut back by the gardener.
Vines climb balcony
Airlie Beach. Where the Rainforest meets the Sea, at the golden sand.