any ways to help my vinca minor grow more rapidly?

mayhem69(zone 6 SE PA)August 14, 2008

Hi, i planted my vinca minor on a large bank a few months ago. Now i am starting to wonder if i did the right thing planting these. a lot of them look shabby, some without leaves, some yellow. They don't seem to be growing too fast at all. Is there anything i can put on them to accelerate growth? I am thinking about pulling them out and putting something else in. It is a bank about 80 ft. Long x 10 ft. wide.

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petzold6596(8b southern NM)

Try putting water, equal to 1 inch, on them twice a week.

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