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|Neutral ||KTGreen ||On May 11, 2012, KTGreen from Homosassa, FL wrote:
A friend gave me 4 of these plants from her garden 3 years ago. I planted them in full sun. They die back in the winter and come back in the spring but have never bloomed or grown very large We live on a salt-water canal and i wonder if they are salt intolerant.
|Positive ||simona979 ||On Apr 19, 2009, simona979 from San Antonio, TX wrote:
This Plant didnt do very well in full sun. I replanted it in semi-shade and it is growing quite nicely. I live in San Antonio, Tx, where it gets very hot, and dry, during summer.
|Positive ||Rachele ||On Apr 14, 2006, Rachele from revelstoke
I have been growing this plant for four years now. I have also started a couple more from stem cuttings. I have not been able to get it to flower. Does anyone have any tips? Thank-you! Rachele
|Positive ||tips2u2 ||On Dec 24, 2004, tips2u2 from Ocala
United States wrote:
I have been growing this vine from transplants. It is doing extremely well in a shady area of my garden and have been blooming continuously all year round. I've had only 2 transplants to start with and now, after 1 year, it's presently covering most of my fence.
|Positive ||Sarada ||On Sep 18, 2002, Sarada wrote:
Blooms almost 10 months out of the year with peak blooming in December and January in a conservatory environment.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
Newport Beach, California
Altamonte Springs, Florida
Boca Raton, Florida
Fort Myers, Florida
Lakewood Park, Florida
Palm Shores, Florida
Pembroke Pines, Florida
Port Charlotte, Florida
Suncoast Estates, Florida
San Antonio, Texas