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Choosing a Vine - Before selecting a vine, think about where you would like to grow it. For example, you could train a vine to cover a wall or fence, decorate a pillar or lamppost, create a sunscreen, cover an arbor, or simply take advantage of vertical space.

Once youve decided where to grow your vine, look for one that will be able to climb that type of support. Some vines, such as Boston ivy, trumpet vine, and Virginia creeper, have sticky disk-shaped pads that can cling to almost anything. This type of vine is perfect for scampering over rocks or up a brick wall. Read More

 Naturehills:: Trumpet Vine - $ 15.45
The Trumpet Creeper, Campsis radicans, is a rapid growing, clinging vine that produces orange trumpet shaped flowers in the summer months that attract hummingbirds and butterflies. It is also known as the Trumpet Vine and is a tough vine for hot and dry sites. The invasive nature of this plant makes it hard to get rid of but also very hardy. Trumpet Creepers are often grown with multiple trunks. This plant flowers best in a full sun location. The rapid growth makes it an excellent plant for covering fences or arbors.
Naturehills:: Dropmore Scarlet Honeysuckle Vine - $ 14.45
The Dropmore Scarlet Honeysuckle Vine, Lonicera 'Dropmore Scarlet', is a vining honeysuckle that is very winter hardy and easy to grow. It has loads of fragrant scarlet-orange, tubular flowers from June to September. Hummingbirds are always visiting this plant in our gardens.Dropmore Scarlet Honeysuckle Vines do best in at least a half day of full sun in consistently moist, organic soil. Be sure to give it a support to climb on right away or soon after it's planted. Easy to grow in fertile, well-drained soil.
Naturehills:: Halliana Japanese Honeysuckle - $ 14.45
Japanese Honeysuckle 'Halliana', Lonicera japonica 'Halliana', is the most commonly seen Honeysuckle and is also known as Hall's Honeysuckle. It has whitish-yellow flowers with a delightful fragrance. Hall's Honeysuckles are a very fast growing plant to 15 to 30 feet. When used as a ground cover, they are about 2 feet tall. Capable of covering huge amounts of space in a short time, this vine makes a great ground cover on banks and slopes for erosion control. Be aware that is can be quite invasive.
Moonflower Seeds - $ 1.69
The Moonflower, 'Tpomoea alba', has twisted buds that unfurl at dusk to reveal huge white blossoms that are deliciously fragrant. Locate this fast growing vine on a porch, near an entrance, or under a window where you can enjoy its evening performance and heady fragrance. The flowers unfold in 2 to 3 minutes and is an event worth inviting guests. Plants started too early are less vigorous than those started later. Moonflowers are used for pots, baskets, climbing up fences and trellises and for ground covers.
Hyacinth Bean Vine - $ 2.99
The Hyacinth Bean Vine Ruby Moon, 'Dolichos lablab', has purple to white flower clusters followed by eye-catching purple bean pods that make Ruby Moon a very unique addition to your garden. The Bean Vine Ruby Moon provides color all summer long whether from the purple, velvety bean pods, purple and white flowers, or the beautiful foliage. Plant in the spring after the last average frost date. Ruby Moon Bean Vines are used for quick screens, hanging baskets, or as a ground cover.

Choosing a Vine

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