What is the watering regimen for cat's claw vine in Sonora desert (before the summer rains begin)?
This plant is generally tolerant of drought and varying climate conditions. In fact, it grows so well in some areas, it is known for becoming invasive, though in your area this should not be a concern. I would simply water the plant deeply each week and more only as needed.
Will the cat's claw taking root under my Afghanistan pine hurt it? The vine has come off the fence, spread on the ground and has sunk roots under the tree and some of the vines are growing up through the tree.
Climbing Cat's Claw can eventually kill a tree.
You will want to remove this from the tree.
Here is a link with more information.
We planted cat's claw on the side of our carport. On the west side of the house. How do we trim it?
It requires little maintenance. You can trim away and dead, broken or diseased branches.
Here is a link with more growing and care information.
My friend gave me hundreds of vines from her "cats claw" main plants. Can these vines Be propagated? She was throwing them away. I would like to have this as a climbing vine for My bare area. Please help. Thank You!
Sure -- look for the seed pods that this vine produces, or you can try digging up and replanting the tubs that are underground. These articles may help you:
I live in the Phoenix metro area in Arizona. Hot and typically very dry. I have a well established cat's claw vine growing on a cement block wall in the east side of my yard. Most of it gets full sun all day long. It also gets plenty of water. A friend has offered to trim it for me. She set out on a very aggressive, deep trimming. See the photo, I think I uploaded it correctly. Back when I was a kid, I watched my Dad pretty much kill off a couple of hedges with a similar treatment. With no leaves to shade them, the branches just baked in he sun and died. I am concerned that the same thing might happen to my cat's claw if it is all trimmed back this far. I know that it is very heat/drought resistant, but I don't know if trimming it back might injure/kill it. I spent quite a few minutes researching the www looking for the best answer, but didn't find any. Can you help me out with a good answer, and if you know of a link to the "correct" way to trim it I would love to see it. Best, and thanks so much for your help, Mike
This article address pruning of this vine.
Will 'cats claw' vines survive in (state of) Kentucky? (zone 6) (warning - I'm told it's not an easy question) ((they originate in very southern locations)) Thanks !!
There is a simple answer to this problem, and in short, the answer is, no. These will not survive unprotected in your area.
Now, if you can bring it in during the winter then you will be able to grow them. You are well outside of its growing zone, and it will not survive your winters.
This article will give you more information:https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/vines/cats-claw-vine/cats-claw-plant-care.htm
I recently installed a landscape border and cedar chips for my cat's claw vine along a fence. Within days green leaves are falling from the cat's claw vine. What do I do? Thank you!
It's possible that some underground tubers were cut or injured during the installation of the landscape border. It should bounce back quickly, just keep it watered.