This early-flowering, compact clematis is ideal for containers or small gardens. Festive, deep-pink flowers can reach six to eight inches in diameter. Petals are uniquely striped with white bars. Blossoms abundantly in early summer, repeating in late summer to early autumn. Deciduous.
Variegated glossy green foliage and deep red leaf stalks make this an attractive groundcover. The leaves are heart-shaped with speckled creamy white margins. This evergreen, self-clinging, vigorous climber is a popular groundcover for steep slopes and is often grown on walls to visually soften or add an aged look to the architecture. Its small aerial roots cling to everything as it naturalizes and spreads throughout the landscape.
Dark green leaves with a creamy white center and violet spring flowers. Provides foliage interest. Drought tolerant, deadheading not necessary.
Beautiful variegated foliage brightens any garden. Provides foliage interest. Drought tolerant, deadheading not necessary.
A favorite rose for cutting, especially for miniature bouquets. Small, delicately pointed buds open to fragrant, light pink, double blooms in large sprays. An ever popular climber for a trellis or arbor in cottage or country gardens. Deciduous.
A vigorous climber with rich-green foliage on thornless slender branches. Miniature, double yellow blooms have a slight fragrance. Heavy and prolific spring display. Evergreen in milder climates. A fine climber for arbors.
Passionflower is one of the most exotic flowering vines available. It's a fast-growing tropical prized for its tolerance to heat and humidity. There's also a wealth of varieties available; you can find passionflowers that bloom in shades of blue, purple, pink, red, orange, white, and even yellow. Most types love full sun, but there are varieties that prefer some shade in the heat of the afternoon.
Easily grown in most soils. Best in well-drained sandy loams with regular moisture in full sun to part shade. Prefers full sun, but tolerates close to full shade. Also tolerates some drought. Needs a support structure upon which to grow unless grown as a ground cover. Semi-evergreen in warm winter climates. Grows rapidly.
Hydrangea petiolaris is a vigorous, climbing vine. It clings to surfaces by aerial rootlets. Slow-growing shrubby habit until established, then long stems are produced. Magnificent lace cap form blooms. Deciduous.
Goldflame Honeysuckle features showy clusters of fragrant shell pink trumpet-shaped flowers with yellow overtones and pink edges at the ends of the stems from early to mid spring, which emerge from distinctive cherry red flower buds. It has bluish-green foliage which emerges burgundy in spring.
Non-invasive variety with bright purple flowers. Brilliant purple blooms are profuse in April and May with sporadic blooms throughout the season. Blooms on both new and old wood. Vigorous and disease resistant.
We have red and orange berry varieties. Upright, later spreading, evergreen shrub with dark green leaves, spiny branches and bunches of small white flowers in late spring. These are followed by a profusion of bright orange or red berries in autumn.
We have Henryi, Jackmanii, Nelly Mosser, and many more.
Clematis armandii is a spectacular evergreen vine that is beautiful whether in bloom or not. Clematis armandii has much to recommend it including beautiful evergreen foliage and delightfully fragrant flowers that appear in late winter (with occasional blossoms throughout the summer). Even better, this vine is not bothered by pests, is tolerant of shady conditions and, once established, needs little care.
A climbing, woody vine reaching 50 ft. long with showy, orange-red, trumpet-shaped flowers 2 inches long and 1 1/2 inches across which hang in clusters of two to five.
Trumpet Creeper is best known for its magnificent flowers. These bright red blossoms grow up to three inches long. Blooms from June to September.
Climbing, perennial vine. Preferred habitat is swamps, flood plains and dense woods. Flowers from December to May.
Sweetly scented, golden yellow flowers cover the cascading, fine textured foliage from February to April. The trumpet-shaped blooms are 1 to 1½ inches long and are attractive to butterflies.
The very fragrant, white flowers are up to 1 inch in diameter and they are present all summer and into fall. The rich green leaves have five to nine leaflets, each up to 2½ inches long.
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