"Nice article , I have had this plant for a few years, but has not grown as well for me. I live in zone 6 and I bought another one this spring in hoping I can find a good spot for it. Do you fertilize it at all? "
"You Can't Use All Grass Clippings!You want to use grass clippings that are free of chemicals and seed heads. There is no point in putting grass clippings in your gardens that have seeds either from the grass itself or from weeds like dandelion…"
"Rain water is good and cheap. And for the black spot I think watering in the pm is not such a good idea, but it rains at night so if you clean up the bushes and never leave to much leaf litter and practice good plant hygiene you…"
"I have never planted then in a container. I also have not had a problem with self sow. all tho you live in a different zone so you could take some of the pods off when they turn dark brown. You do not have to wear gloves. I have…"
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"SHOULD I WEAR GLOVES WHEN HANDLING THE SEEDS ? I'M THNKING ABOUT PLANTING THEM IN THE BACK END OF MY PROPERTY. WILL THE PODS DROP AND START NEW PLANTS ? PLEASE SHOW A PIC OF THE ENTIRE TREE IN YOUR YARD. HAVE YOU EVER PLANTED THEM IN…"
"No this plant is not invasive, however it is very poisonous. The beans that is. It's called reisen.
I am in zone 5 and we plant it in the late spring. Here in Michigan the growing season it till October, they are not hardy here, but I like…"
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"I grow them in two spots under my eaves here in the Pacific NW. They moved themselves by reseeding out from under the roof! The happier of the two likes dry, hot but afternoon shade. I cut them back after flowering & they grew new leaves again…"