Tips For A Successful Season With Your Annuals:
Keep them evenly moist. This may include daily watering. Make sure your container plantings have a
hole in them to allow excess water to escape and remember pots in the sun will need to be watered
more than pots in the shade.
We suggest a combination of a slow timed release fertilizer such as osmocote, which provides 3-4
months of steady feeding, and a liquid fertilizer such as Peters 20-20-20 to be aplied every two weeks.
Remove dead blossoms to keep the plant growing and attractive. If blooms remain, the plant will put
its energy into seeds rather than new blooms and foliage.
* Trim Back
Some plants become leggy or become too large as the season progresses. Cut stems just above
a leaf using sharp scissors or pruners. This invigorates the plant to produce more foliage.
The Moon Vine blossoms, reaching 6 inches in diameter, are quite fragrant and open up at twilight.