Growing a Vine Downward

KlutteryApril 24, 2011

I recently potted a honeysuckle vine that I placed on top of a wall, hoping the vine will grow downward to cover the wall. I know vines normally climb with support, but without an overhead support, will the vine grown downward and cling to the wall or do something else I haven't considered. Thanks for any help.

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calistoga_al ca 15 usda 9

I just planted two hanging baskets with vines to hang down. The vines will want to grow up but when they get heavy enough, I expect gravity to help me convince them to hang down. Al

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