I'm planning a new run in Western Washington. It'll be about 14' x 17' with a 25sqft coop inside for my five Easter Eggers. It'll be under the trees and pretty shady with dappled light. I know it's on the larger side but I'd rather they have the extra space then cramped. Inside of the coop we'll have a sand floor and outside in the run we'll strew hay and compost. They'll also have periodic access to the backyard where they can have their fill of fresh grass. The hay, compost and grass was inspired by this post: https://www.backyardchickens.com/a/composting-with-chickens The fence will be 6' tall black chain link. I'm hoping to find hardy plants that we can grow outside the chain link that will have leaves, stems, fruits, or things like that, with some growing through the fence for the chickens to eat. In essence, a vertical grazing frame inspired by this post: http://www.thegardencoop.com/blog/2012/02/07/grazing-frames-backyard-chickens/ Any recommendations? Again, it'll be Western Washington in mostly shade. I'm looking to avoid vines as I'm hoping the chain link will blend in (that's why we're getting black) and I don't wan't to draw attention to it.