toni
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toni

Mistress of Garden Junque, from North Central Texas, Zone 8a

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    1. tonisfirst
      tonisfirst
      Hi mom! I'm finally on GS!
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    2. featherphobia
      featherphobia
      I had a bad time.. Some one pulled out in front of me and totaled my car. Ihad only minor injuries. But that was good because they found a brain tumor..that would have killed me. Not cancer, thank God. Surgery has set me back and my flower beds have suffered too.
      I bought seeds on eBay, they came up and bloomed great but no seed pods. I hope it survives the winter since it did not give me seeds :-(
      1. toni
        toni
        So sorry to hear about the car but very glad they found that tumor before it did it's worst.

        I have no idea why they didn't set seed pods, it is perennial in zones 9-11 but if there is a chance of a freeze you might want to pot it up and take it indoors for the winter just to be on the safe side.
        Oct 1, 2015
    3. featherphobia
      featherphobia
      Hello Toni, I see you have some experience with snail vine. I have it and was wondering where it produces the seeds. Does It make pods like other pea type plants? .
      1. toni
        toni
        Hi there, haven't seen you on GardenStew in quite a while, hope to see you around more often.
        Yep, it produces seeds pods, long skinny ones after the blooms die.
        Sep 22, 2015
    4. Frank
      Frank
      Hope you get rain soon Toni!
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    Location:
    North Central Texas, Zone 8a
    Occupation:
    Retired
    Gardening, knitting, reading, learning to spin and weave

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