What kind of vine for this wall/trellis
I will be container planting some vines to grow up a "garden junk" trellis. My first thought was Morning Glory, but now I'm wondering if it actually receives the sun needed?
Patio at 9:00 am:
Patio at 10:30
The door faces due east. The wall is on the south side of patio, FACING north.
I have a chain link fence gate to start my trellis...will be propped behind the planter pictured. All three pots shown with dead plants will contain vines. Possibly more vines if I use large buckets to weigh or stand the trellis on the concrete. The planter is one piece.
I'm looking to attract birds/butterflies (the number of birdfeeders will grow as the season warms up here!LOL)
I have a mixture of climbing seeds...mixed color morning glory (25%), cardinal climber (5%), Thunbergia Black-Eyed susan (26%), Tall Single Mix Nasturtium (25%), Royal Family Mix Sweet Pea (30%)
They are mixed (I bought the small pkg...the large one was ind pkged inside). So a good place to look at pics of seed to ID them would be helpful.
Will any of these do well at this location? Any specific info I might need for any of them?
Any other suggestions that might work better or really well?
PS...If you click on thumbnail I believe it will open a larger version of pic...sun exposure might be more visible that way. Still trying to figure out best way to post pics!