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My marina recently underwent a "beautification" which included a new bulkhead, and the destruction of a small vegetated area. It is currently full of two to five inch round stones, mud, gravel and clay.
The landlord didn't bother to re-vegetate the area, or put the fence or gate back up. Interested joggers going along the length of the waterfront, bicyclists, motorists and others periodically pull into the lot at my marina, which is a dead end, on private property, and look around, then leave. This is on the East side of Lake Union.
So people can simply hop onto the dock where my boat is, and take off with whatever they please. Last summer someone stole my dockmates dink.
What kind of plants should I plant to obscure physical and visual access to the dock?
I was thinking bamboo, or Olympic or Himalayan blackberries. Any good ideas for a bush that is people proof?