This depends on where you live. I would plant them in a pot in mid-March so they are well started for the end April when it stops freezing outside. About a month before spring is really started is good. After summer, they can be kept inside during winter if you have them in a pot. Protect your seedlings from fungus that can kill them by putting sulfur on the soil or other fungicide and using good clean soil.
not enough sun? too much nitrogen in the fertilizer?
It sounds to me like a kind of morning glory.
The Yellow Morning glory, the Golden Chalice Vine, and the Heliconia are all native to Cuba! trust me, my family is from there
Directing growth is the function of morning glory tendrils.Specifically, tendrils grow in response to light and touch. They have the responsibility of directing the plant's growth horizontally and vertically. They succeed by attaching themselves to various surfaces as they help the plant climb to positions favorable to light-, moisture- and nutrient-absorption.
Morning Glory seeds contain LSA which is a precurser to LSD
On the morning glory plant after it flowers.
Morning glory flowers are commonly pollinated by bumble bees and lepidopterans.
morning glory !
Because they are beautiful flowers and they open in the morning and close at night.
well what i know that it is morning glory.
Morning Glory refers to the species of over 1,000 flowers in the family Convolvulaceae.
Because the peppermint plant and a morning glory both has non woody stems
The morning glory is not a monocot. It is a dicot. Dicots have a tap root, broad leaves, and flowers.
Bees are pollinators; morning glory blooms contain pollen, so yes, morning glory blooms attract bees.
Morning glory (1st description) trumpet creeper (2nd)
Yes, they have funnel-shaped flowers that close late in the day.