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Re: Cobaea

I grew it once about 30 years ago, Andrea.  As I recall, it went up
something and then tried to take over the clothes line but never
bloomed for me.  I seem to remember learning that it needed a really
long growing season to bloom - probably would for you in SC.  It's
not hardy up here, so that one time was the last time...

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: A A HODGES <hodgesaa@earthlink.net>
> I think I spelled that right. Cup and Saucer vine. I'm thinking of
> planting some that I grew from seed along with the moonflowers.
> never grown the C&S before, so can anyone tell me its growth habit?
> I know it's a vine, but the moonflowers get huge and kind of take
> so I don't want to plant them together if the C&S will get
> Also, the package said sun, but these guys seem to prefer a bit o'
> shade. Anyone had luck with these? Can't wait to see the blooms.

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