Virginia Creeper Plants

Virginia Creeper

Anonymous added on July 12, 2015 | Answered

I have a Virginia creeper growing on one my wood fence. On the other side I have planted some daises. The daises were doing great until the creeper came over the top of fence getting closer to the flowers. Flowers have all fallen over. What caused the flowers to bend over? Do these two things not mix?

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Answered on July 13, 2015

I'm not sure the vine had anything to do with this. Is is actually quite common for daisies to fall over, especially as they get taller--and when the temps climb. Mine do this all the time. You can always stake them or trim them back once flowering has ceased. In many cases this will also promote another round of blooms.

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