"Jenny, planting them in large pots will help prevent the underground root spread that is so common with these guys. That way it's easy to control where the vines go. I made the mistake a couple of years back and am still digging…"
"Thanks Gwen. I adore them too. It's such a climber, they got all tangled up between the row of green bushes and started to get really messy. Cleaned the area out for the sake of our dogs. Snakes to be specific. I am hoping to get a hold of…"
"Bob, actually we have already cleaned out the area, as it was becoming rather crowded and messy. The row of green bush is still there but I have yet to see any more passion flower growing since this photo was taken. I miss them. Hope they come back."
"You're right Grant, I forgot the name but you just confirmed it. It mysteriously bloomed amongst a row of green bushes (I don't know the name of this row of green bushes) and I was pleasantly surprised by its beauty. You are an expert with…"
"My pleasure. I grow a lot of them in my little garden and really enjoy their blooms. So easy to propagate from stem cuttings--any time I see one in a friend's garden I beg for a stem cutting, hah! Thanks for all of the great…"
I'm sure your plum will be happy. Our blooms before the bees are active so we don't get very much fruit, but I do enjoy the blossoms. We have a dwarf peach tree that has incredible blossoms and fall color. You may enjoy one of those too. I have mine planted in a pot on the patio. Happy gardening to you.
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"Yeap right on Willis, a dwaft grafted fruit tree, grows half the size of a normal fruit tree with 2 types of apples grafted onto the one trunk. Fruit is the same size as a large tree, the smaller tree carries less fruit. Great for small town / city…"