P. caerulea from seed
I was drawn in by the beautiful flower picture on a seed website, and bought a packet of P. caerulea seeds.
I knicked them and soaked them overnight, then sowed them per package instructions, which was 5 weeks ago. I know that it's still too early to tell if anything will germinate.
However, after reading some of the posts in this forum, I wonder if I should even bother waiting for them to germinate (IF they germinate at all). It seems that these vines do not flower the first year?
If that is true, then I probably shouldn't attempt it. There is no way that it can overwinter here, and we don't have an indoor area where I could keep the vines. So, if I start from seed, whatever plants that may grow will die in one season.