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Old 04-18-2012, 10:25 PM
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Clock vine grown horizontally?

Anyone use clock vine as a ground cover vs. grown vertically?
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Old 04-18-2012, 11:33 PM
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Anyone use clock vine as a ground cover vs. grown vertically?
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I am not sure but if you were able to recreate a area for it to climb , it would not care if it was actually going vertical. I know it does climb well on items like a chain link fence so I would assume if you are cover the area you are trying to grow it as a ground cover with some type of material that allows it to climb it would do its thing.
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I am not sure but if you were able to recreate a area for it to climb , it would not care if it was actually going vertical. I know it does climb well on items like a chain link fence so I would assume if you are cover the area you are trying to grow it as a ground cover with some type of material that allows it to climb it would do its thing.
That's what I was thinking too, Mike.
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