@daisy-jane 💕 these were probably my most favorite new addition to the garden. I planted them so I could see them outside the kitchen window. (So I could admire beauty while doing the dishes. Lol) Thank you ever so much! I'm saving seeds for next year. 😁
@jennlamaye have u grew these before? Was reading these can turn brown in summer from the heat. Wondering how true that is as I'm hoping to be using sweet peas on my gazebo walls n ceiling but not sure if it will cover efficiently.. thx
Hi Samantha @perennial_lover I'm no expert on these lol but I did grow them in a big trough planter last year up bamboo cane's,none of mine turned brown until they'd finished flowering,I kept them watered well so they didn't dry out,I think if your going to grow them up a gazebo and want height don't pinch out any growing tips like you would normally for them to bush out your probably better off leaving them intact but just putting more in to get a fuller look,what about wisteria or clematis
@perennial_lover They are very vigorous & once established grow to 2 to 3 metres tall here. In northern UK climate they only starting die off in autumn. I just cut them right back & in spring they start again. As @daisy-jane says, if you want permanent cover, these are not the best choice.
Those are the best I wish I would’ve seeded some of those I’m looking for them I don’t blame you for “those just in case ones!” Great idea. There going to be beautiful hopefully alittle close to your porch they smell sooo pretty 😊💕
@bigemrg I wetted a coffee filter, put the seeds on it and folded it over, and placed in a ziplock bag in the refrigerator. 😉 Good luck! Let me know how it goes! It only took two weeks for mine to germinate. Quite surprising!