What are the pros? Neat climbing habit.
What are the cons? None.
Each year we grow a climbing flowering vine on strings up from planters on our lower deck to provide a wall of flowering foliage and blocking some of the hot afternoon sun. This year we tried growing the Black-eyed Susan vine alongside our usual climbing nasturtiums. The Black-eyed Susan vine has been a pleasant surprise. Planted the seeds out at the beginning of June, and in 60 days the vines are past the ceiling and climbing through the upper deck -- fully 4 feet taller than the nasturtiums so far -- and much neater in their climbing habit. The orange flowers are bright and beautiful. They need virtually no maintenance, other than the usual watering and fertilizing. Will definitely grow these again next year.
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