we just planted vines...

tanyaleeMay 20, 2008

We just planted seeds up against our fence, one was nysteria or something like that and the other was morning glory, we did mix them a little, but mostly we seperated them, one on one half of the fence, the other on the other half, seperated by the gate.

Anyway I was wondering what I could do to make sure they grow well, and climb the fence. Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance for your help!

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mysista20(8)

As far as the morning glory goes, if planted close enough to the fence (chain linked?) it will catch right on without asistance, if not, put a twig or what ever leaning against the fence and they will do exactly what u want. Don't konw about the other.

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