S Bengi wrote:
Akebia is another vine
Mike Hart wrote:
It will take over everything. It is growing next door to me and it is easily out competing escaped wisteria, well established Chinese privet and Japanese honeysuckle.
Charli Wilson wrote:In my experience:
- strawberries, once up to a reasonable size they spread everywhere- I have them growing in the lawn and on paths- so they got mowed and stomped on and chomped on by chickens- yet they're still there and flowering! They all spread from a single plant that the old house owners left behind too- I've never planted any.
Charli Wilson wrote:- blackberries and raspberries- mine have successfully spread under a path and are now popping up on the other side. They're also planted into what is pretty much just crushed brick, rather than soil (that patch was a previous owners dumping ground). Yet they're about 6 foot tall and flowering!
Charli Wilson wrote:
- blackcurrants- you just lop a branch off a blackcurrant and put it in the ground/pot.. and it magically grows roots and a few years later you have a blackcurrant of monster proportions.