I have just bought a 5ft tall Bignonia Capensis, if it cannot stay outside all winter (the seller did not indicate that!), can it be grown in a large pot & be…
Bignonia genus (Cross vine). This is an evergreen tendril climber. It will produce trumpet-shaped flowers. It is frost hardy, but in cool areas it may lose its leaves in the winter. Grow in a sunny position with fertile soil. If it becomes necessary you may need to prune in the spring. Propagation is by stem cuttings in the summer or autumn or by layering in the winter.
If necessary, prune in spring.
Stem cuttings in summer or autumn or by layering in winter.
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