Overwintering Morning Glory and Tropaeolum
I grew a Morning Glory in a chimney pot this year but it didn't do well, probably because it's difficult to keep it well watered (it's in a small pot inside the chimney pot). It did, however, drop some seeds into a container below. I potted up the seedlings and they're looking healthy, though only about 5" tall. Should they survive if I bring them in before the first frosts and keep them in the conservatory over the winter? It has a little background heating over the winter.
Similarly, I have a fancy Tropaeolum - can't remember the variety, but not a bog standard nasturtium - that never really thrived, but then I put it in a bigger container and it took off. It's about 4' tall and healthy, but it's too late for it to flower this year. Will it also do OK in the conservatory over the winter?