Joseph...that will look great on a fence! I hope it works well for you and take some photos to share if you decide to try it! Just a little tip...be prepared to water almost every day once it takes off...It was a dry summer that year and I had to water it twice a day at times!
Thanks Joseph...the sweet potato vine was supported with just fishing line...as the vine grew I would just wrap the runners around the line. It was a total of 4 plants, one on each end in the trough planters and 2 in the center trough on each end. As I had mentioned earlier, I had also used morning glory to do this same effect but the sweet potato filled in much faster with much more fullness, not to mention the bright lime color is more showy!
Thanks so much Joseph! It would be great having neighbors that love to garden as much as we do! Your gardens are so gorgeous...you can tell how much you love it and care for it. Seeing your pix, I can certainly appreciate the amount of labor, time, and thought you have put toward your place! Happy to become friends here!
HellloooOOOo Joey!! havent seen any recent posts from you my friend. I hope you are doing well. Spring is just around the corner and new life will burst forth and light up your beautiful garden! Winter dulldrums are getting to me here too... hang on, the work/pleasure will be here soon!
Yes, Joseph...me too! My sister Joann lives in Freehold, NJ; is that near you? She doesn't do gardening like me, though. We're very different! Temps here for next couple nights are like back up North in MI...in TN winters are usually mild and real cold weather only visits now and then just for a short time...thankfully. I live in a valley town so it's not as cold higher elevations. Love the mountains, can see them out of every window in all directions!