Virginia Creeper--Woodbine does not blossom; it is purely a vine which will cover the trellis in little time. I wish I had made a sturdier trellis but I used material I found around the farm. Perhaps next summer it can be corrected.The Creeper at Mallett Hall was neglected and filled a cedar hedge and grew along the book which is where I found your clipping.Enjoyed the pictures of the farm and Annabelle. These pictures were lost for a time until I looked into your archives.I don't believe Ernesto is headed for Maine. We had much-needed rain with little wind.
What? It doesn't blossom? That sucks.
Next spring I am planting Black Eyed Susan vines. The seed is available on line from Burpee.I have had Black Eyed Susan plants here for a couple of ears but the rabbits love them. I had a fence arund the plants but herself thought it was ugle so it came down and the rabbits moved in.A trellis of Virginia Creeper makes a good entrance to the wood lot next to your house. Admire it and leave it alone.
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