This is one of the spaces that I often taken for granted. The best part of this portion is that it gets the first light of morning sun. The tragic part about it is that these plants seemed to trespass to my neighbors space.
If you notice the chain-rail link, these foliage seemed not know the boundaries or borders and somehow gracefully cascade taking over to the other side.
Thank God I don't have any problems with my neighbor yet (there had been 3 sets of neighbor shifting from this home over and over again - bringing new challenges and learning tolerating boundaries as not to offend each other)
Apart from all that, these plants just overlap with each other cascading and layering with each other.
Here are some on the list, Trailing Rex Begonia which has beautiful foliage - it's actually a cissus.
Some of the succulent plants that does well here.
Eventually I had managed to grow most of them as hanging plants here.
If you notice my neighbor had parked his van right at the edge of the fence blocking all the light at the lower part of the fence garden. It was truly challenging times for them (2 years in counting)
These are my favorite succulents where it proved to be with me for years,
It had not died nor wavered by grows every so strongly year after year and I love them dearly.
They are indeed fragile but hardy.
Finally this is the current look now (pic below)
It is still look messy and unkempt - I guess that what garden somehow appears to be in my gardening en-devour - raw and realistically practical.