It's time to read and vote for your favorite article in the 2013 Write-Off Contest! The four finalist's articles are featured in the May 13 newsletter and can be found through this link. Hurry! Voting ends May 18.
You've found the famous Dave's Garden website! Join this friendly global community that shares tips and ideas for home and gardens, along with seeds and plants!
Check out the DG homepage for a brief overview of what you'll find in this gardening mega-site.
I received a small, young passiflora plant this past summer that I've kept inside because I'd just moved and didn't know where I could plant it. Its grown, but not much, but I've figured out how it likes to be treated so its doing better now. It has not bloomed though so I guess this is also realted to the care issue. Or perhaps its not getting enough sun - it gets dappled sun about a foot back from a south-facing window. It has a whole bunch of hoyas to compete with for the sun. Should I try to give it its own window maybe? It would be a north-facing window though and though bright, wouldn't get very much sun. I'm not sure what type of passiflora it is, but it has wide, wing-like leaves with the stem in the centre of the leaf if that helps.
Any help on this would be appreciated. Thanks very much.