Dilemma here--what do do with season changes and sunlight?

mangomoonOctober 31, 2007

I have a dilemma here. My personal garden area in the yard, receives 99% sun all Summer, and in the Fall, it is reduced to 4 hours of sunlight, and now as we approach November, it is reducing even more. In the Winter it is ALL shade. I wanted to put a cypress vine or clematis on my trellis in my garden area, but there will be 1 hour at the most of sunlight throughout Winter. What do I do???

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luvsgrtdanes

I hope this helps, I think most perennials adjust themselves to the changing season, your plants should be fine.

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