This vine was originally planted from seed in the north garden for privacy, noise reduction in 2014. Some time later, I noticed too many branches growing mostly towards the next door property.
I decided to relocate it 30 days ago in January 2016. The task was not as difficult as I thought,
however, I had to cut a great amount of thick roots, the most I have found in this kind of project so far. A clean cut, with a hand pruner, increases significantly the possibility of survival, fast recuperation.
The need to cut every branch is also a difference from previous relocations, since it leaves the patient in absolute stress, decreasing the possibilities of recuperation, at that point I gave a 55 percent chance of total recovery.
The appearance of leaves 15 days later, gave me lots of joy, since it was the fastest recovery of any tree, vine or bush I have relocated.
Here is now in the east side garden, Cryptostegia grandiflora, with the Antigonon leptopus and a dead Bouganvillea.