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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow, bright red!
What are the cons? none yet
I planted these directly into the ground in on February 25th and just noticed the first blooms today (April 12th). They are so pretty and delicate looking - I can't wait to see how the rest of them develop. I'm sure my hummingbirds will enjoy these all season long!
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7 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? I love everything about these?
What are the cons? Nothing
What can I say. These are a great addition to my garden. They have wrapped my deck beautifully, and grown to the top to provide a bit of needed shade to my dining area. They did not flower until July, however the leaves are so interesting, who cares! These are going to be a staple at my home.
11 out of 12 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Pretty foliage. Interesting.
What are the cons? Took a while to bloom.
I tried these last year and I really liked them. I found that they took a while to take off, but they were planted in underdeveloped soil in a new garden. They didn't get huge, but I know that they can grow quite large. They took a long time to bloom but the foliage was really pretty, so they were interesting in the garden even without blooms. I will try these again this year and will try starting them indoors in the hopes of getting them to bloom earlier.
15 out of 18 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Gorgeous, Delicate, Sturdy
What are the cons? None
My little 3" nursery pot was to grow 10 to 12 feet. She's gone crazy wild up a 6 1/2 foot arbor that's 6 feet wide and 18" deep! The vines are very delicate in appearance, but persistent, sturdy, fast little climbers with blooms galore on the north side of the house getting morning to evening sunshine. The hummingbird feeders have disappeared in the vines, but the hummers could care less with all the tiny,delicate, red blooms reaching for the sky. She ran out of trellis and arbor, growing and winding around her own vines so thick she's a privacy screen joining the climbing roses on the West side of the walk to the Butterfly bush on the East side of the walk creating a "Secret Garden". An absolutely beautiful sight that will be blessing my gardens every year now that I have been introduced to my first cardinal red morning glory!
11 out of 11 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? very easy to grow
What are the cons? long time for flowers to bloom
It seemed to take a very long time for the flowers to bloom, but, once they start they seem to continuing blooming for quite a long time. Plus, the hummingbirds love this flower! Can't wait to buy another trellis and plant more of these wonderful little treats.