I live in Mesa and would like to know if now is a good time to plant Cat's Claw vines in my back yard?
Thank you so much, Colleen
|Now is a great time to plant! Cat's claw vine tolerates both cold (15 degrees F) and tremendous sun and heat. Some folks don't like it because it clings to surfaces with its "cat's claws" and can do damage to paint and stucco over time. However, as a groundcover or on a trellis that won't be much of a concern. I'd take advantage of the cooler weather and plant it now.