The Q&A Archives: Would Pink Bower Vine make a good groundcover for sunny slope in zone 8/9?

Question: I just bought 6 pink bower vines and was thinking to plant on a slope (40' x 15') as a groundcover. It gets full sun for more than 6 hrs/day. Your website indicates this vine needs full sun exposure, but the planting guide that came with the vines said full sun/partial shade. Do you think this vine will do well as a groundcover on this sunny slope? Thanks!

Answer: Pink Bower Vine will grow in full sunshine or in part sun/part shade. A sunny slope should suit these plants just fine.

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