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lilyste Dunwoody, GA I live in Atlanta GA and purchased a blue clock vine this spring at the garden center. I have it in a large pot next to an arbor in full sun. It produced one bloom about 3 weeks after I got it and nothing since. It is growing well and looks healthy. any comments or suggestions??
purpleinopp Opp, AL (Zone 8b) Probably a Thunbergia.
poisondartfrog Barbourville, KY (Zone 7a) For cultural information you might want to post this in the Vines Forum.
kwanjin West Valley City, UT (Zone 7a) That might be difficult for one who is not a subscriber.
Some plants take awhile to establish themselves before they reach their full potential. I would wait a bit before making a decision on what to do with it.
poisondartfrog Barbourville, KY (Zone 7a) My bad. You might want to try the Vines Forums on different sites, though.
This message was edited Aug 1, 2012 1:56 PM
ecrane3 Dublin, CA (Zone 9a) The Beginner Gardening forum would be a good place to post--everyone can access that and it's appropriate for really any gardening question.
nel5397 Groveland, FL the clock vines in my area tend to do most of their blooming in the fall months. it could be from the shorter days or cooler nights.
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