Fall vs spring planting?

charisbogradAugust 12, 2013

I planted a jackmanii in the spring; it is growing well but hasn't flowered. Thanks to feedback from this forum I am confident that it will in a year or two. Meanwhile I want to plant a second type in the same area--I am trying to cover a large pole, and I love the effect of two colors intertwined. Should I plant in the fall or wait until spring? If I plant in the fall, when should I do it? And how far apart does it need to be from the jackmanii? Thank you.

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I try to put about 1 1/2' between plants. I've had success with fall and spring planting, but they seem to do better for me with fall planting unless they are really tiny.

    Bookmark   August 15, 2013 at 9:52PM
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