Cat’s Claw vines are drought resistant and beautiful but have to be cut back so they don’t overrun your yard. There are different ways to handle trimming the vine but careful planning in where you originally plant the vine is also important. Try to avoid other plants that it can overwhelm , it can make a pretty covering for fences and barren walks. Cutting sections of the vine that are older and weaker to the ground will result in stronger healthier vines. You can also trim the top if it’s weight threatens your house or fencing.
- This vine is dramatic, colorful, highly resistant to drought, besides growing and spreading quickly.
- This brilliant, evergreen foliage, graced with sunny-colored blooms, grows best in regions that are warm to hot.
- This plant is a great choice if you wish to cover an unsightly wall, or fence.
“You can cut tired cat’s claw vines to the ground and they will grow back stronger and lusher.”
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