Use a rich, well-draining potting soil, and fertilize with compost in the spring or early fall to get them established before winter. Use a trellis to support their abundant vegetation and fragrant flowers in season. Water the grower pot and let set an hour before transplanting. When ready to transplant, turn the grower pot sideways and gently lift the container off the root system. If tightly entangled, loosen the root system with your fingers and place in the soil. Cover around the root system not leaving any air bubbles. Water thoroughly to settle the soil and dampen the roots. If training to reach upward, train the vine to climb into the trellis by tying off their branches loosely with ribbon or twine. The container can be nearby a wall or high fence to train them to branch and reach as they grow six feet in one year and reaching 30 feet over time. Protect the container in zones 8-9 in the winter months if below freezing. They can be used as a ground cover. Plant the same in well-drained soil with compost added for aeration. Prune them in the spring and summer to keep within their boundaries.