Is it too late for Hyacinth Bean?

indylars(Indianapolis 5)June 24, 2007

Just found a packet of Hyacinth Bean and was wondering if it is too late for these? They will be planted in full sun and let to grow up an Apothocary Rose which will not be flowering again till next year.

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ARUM(7)

NO, not to late. This vine loves the heat. Keep them damp at first, and you will get a good show before the cool weather sets in! :) Arum

    Bookmark   June 24, 2007 at 3:01PM
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indylars(Indianapolis 5)

Well they are up and growing well now!

    Bookmark   June 29, 2007 at 3:16PM
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ARUM(7)

Wayda go Indylars! :) Arum

    Bookmark   June 29, 2007 at 4:44PM
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cassie_swpa_z6_7

I know it's been a couple weeks since this post but I am soaking a few seeds to plant this weekend since I haven't had much luck with germination so far. The weather has been alternating hot then cool, and very dry, even though I've been watering almost every day to keep them moist. So far only 1 is growing well and I want pods for seeds for next year, even if the flowers come too late for the hummingbirds.

Good luck!

(This is my first post - I've been lurking and learning for quite some time on Gardenweb!)

    Bookmark   July 13, 2007 at 7:24PM
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