I always say smart gardeners don't plant in the heat of the summer. It's harder for plants to establish new roots in hot weather. I try to not plant anything in the ground after the last day on June.
|Tiny flowers of Passiflora sanguinolenta|
|Unusual winged leaves.|
So I potted it up from it's one gallon pot into a 2 gallon pot. I cut some bamboo canes to make a teepee for it. Being that it was long on its stake in the 1 gal. pot, it filled out nicely on its taller teepee. It'll stay in this pot until cooler weather in Oct. hopefully or Nov. can be planted in the ground on a bit of fence on the east side of the house between properties.
|In it's 2 gallon pot.|
I hope your garden is giving you some solace in these crazy times. I am lucky to have mine. Stay well.