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Hey Alan J - how about using Jewel of Africa Nasturtium for you trellis ?
That is a great choice! I knew i could count on you ! But , that is a annual and we need year around foliage.
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I agree Alan - The honeysuckle is what I would go with + it grows up to 10 feet

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I thought of evergreen clematis (clematis armandii), but it's scraggly and messy looking, and gets sorta big. Maybe for a cottage garden.

https://landscapeplants.oregonstate....matis-armandii
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I need big since the panels are 13' tall. I would like to use clematis but the other side of the equations is our Fla. winters can be to warm to grow them.
Jasmine is being used and i really think the honeysuckle would mix well with it. I don't know how it behaves in the winter i will do some research on that
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The evergreen clematis is a different species and not quite the same as the typical clematis that you see a bit further north, and will grow in FL.

"Evergreen Clematis (Armandii) - Zone 8-10 Part Shade (In FL) Up to 20' Height. Water during dry spells-established plants can be drought tolerant. Rugged, easy to grow, and beautiful in bloom or not. White or Pink fragrant flowers in late winter (with occasional blossoms in summer). Not bothered by pests. Can live up to 50 yrs. Proper pruning of young plants is critical for their future growth and development & should be kept pruned back to a height of 18"-24" first year. Propagate by cuttings."

Though I did see this comment about it:

"On Aug 16, 2005, Stuber from Fernandina Beach, FL wrote:

Perhaps a bit too warm here in N.E. Florida (9a) for this vine, I have rarely seen my 4 year old specimen bloom. From what I read it prefers some afternoon shade in our sub-tropical climate, which mine certainly gets, and it is a vigorous grower once established. Even though it's a bit 'shy' on flowers, I can't bring myself to rip it out even though fence space is valuable. The interesting shaped evergreen, leathery looking leaves make it worth keeping."



Unfortunately, though, it is not quite as attractive as typical clematis are, IMO.
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I have rarely seen my 4 year old specimen bloom

Alan ---- Correct me here if I'm wrong - But High Nitrogen - like in fertilizers will cause the plant to go to growth and it will not bloom .
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I agree , many of these types need very little attention once established.
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That is a great choice! I knew i could count on you ! But , that is a annual and we need year around foliage.
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Bignonia. tangerine beauty
Hmm this may be just what we were looking for...we wanted something we could plant close to the deck and have it climb up.



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Hmm this may be just what we were looking for...we wanted something we could plant close to the deck and have it climb up.
That is what i am looking to hear Thanks Tn...looking to hear????does that even make sense?
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That is what i am looking to hear Thanks Tn...looking to hear????does that even make sense?
We've had bad luck with clematis; we've planted it a few times in the ground, near a trellis, hoping it would climb but every time, after a few months, the vines started going brown and the plant died on us. No idea what we're doing wrong. We also thought about planting jasmine, or honeysuckle but after reading up on the Bignonia, it seems like it's pretty hardy, and grows fast as well. And looking at lots of pics of it online, it's beautiful so if we can find it next spring, we'll give it a try!

Right now, I'm looking to be fed
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I had set out one of those large glue traps for mice inside my home. I thought i had put it where the dogs would not encounter. When i got home and let them out they both just shot out the door as usual and went bout their usual shenanigans. Daisy found it , must have wrestled with it for a while to free her self but had failed since it was stuck to her stomach still. Daisy is part Chinchilla and is a regular sand bather. The glue that was all over was now clotted up with dirt now! Head to toe she is a mess. She is officially piggy pig pig
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We've had bad luck with clematis; we've planted it a few times in the ground, near a trellis, hoping it would climb but every time, after a few months, the vines started going brown and the plant died on us. No idea what we're doing wrong. We also thought about planting jasmine, or honeysuckle but after reading up on the Bignonia, it seems like it's pretty hardy, and grows fast as well. And looking at lots of pics of it online, it's beautiful so if we can find it next spring, we'll give it a try!

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If i go with them i will have some this spring. I can share
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If i go with them i will have some this spring. I can share
That sounds like a plan Not sure how the logistics would work but we'll get to that later
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We've had bad luck with clematis; we've planted it a few times in the ground, near a trellis, hoping it would climb but every time, after a few months, the vines started going brown and the plant died on us. No idea what we're doing wrong. We also thought about planting jasmine, or honeysuckle but after reading up on the Bignonia, it seems like it's pretty hardy, and grows fast as well. And looking at lots of pics of it online, it's beautiful so if we can find it next spring, we'll give it a try!

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Apparently browning clematis is common

"Why Do Clematis Suddenly Turn Brown?"
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Bignonia. tangerine beauty
We will accept that!

I would think it would attract humdingers, too!
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That is what i am looking to hear Thanks Tn...looking to hear????does that even make sense?
Sounded right to me! You are part of the not quite right gang! Everything is right here!

What a silly question!

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How about so music for us old timers

Good choice Kenny!

I like that song.

One question, though. Do you get down on one knee and hold your wife's hand and sing that song to her in Walmart?

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