Even if her Rangoon Creeper is way better than yours. Like light years better.
Come mid-September, I plan to release my Rangoon Creeper from captivity and find a place for it in one of the garden beds. It may never look as good as Susan's plant, but it's got to look better than it does now.
I find the flowers only lightly fragrant but Amy must have had far more developed olfactory glands than I do, because she'd practically swoon from the fragrance.
What's more, you have to love a plant that is performing as beautifully as this one under adverse conditions, i.e. August.
I've changed my mind at least twice since I started this post about where I think I should plant mine. I'll figure it out eventually!