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Vines

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Botanical Name Common Name Description Sun Exposure Height x Width Bloom Color Bloom Time
Actinidia kolomikta Kolomikta Vine A colorful vine with heart-shaped, pink, green and white variegated leaves. Some are half pink or cream and others are green, others may have pink or cream tips. Male form of the Kolomikta vine. Full Sun to Part Shade 12-15' h
Aristolochia durior Dutchman's Pipe Vigorous, twining vine. Large, heart-shaped to rounded, dark green leaves. Grows flat against a trellis. Offers dense shade. Flowers brown, small, usually hidden by the leaves, resembles Meershaum pipe, hence the name. Sun or shade. Full Sun to Full Shade 30'h Brown
Campsis r. 'Stromboli' First Edition Atomic Red Trumpet Vine Dark red buds open into red-orange trumpet-like flowers which deepen in color as they mature to an incredibly bold red. Tubular flowers are larger than other varieties. A vigorous vine will climb on stone or wood work. Full Sun to Part Shade 30-40' h Red August-September
Celastrus s. 'Bailumn' First Editions Autumn Revolution Bittersweet A revolutionary breakthrough in Bittersweet culture. Imagine never having to wonder if you're buying a male or female plant again? The majority of the flowers are perfect, meaning that the flower itself has both male and female parts. In other words you only need one plant! Beautiful orange to red fruit in early fall. Full Sun to Part Shade 15-25' h White August-September
Clematis 'Bourbon' Clematis The red 5-6" flowers with intense pink bars of Clematis Bourbon highlight the contrasting yellow anthers. Blooms July to early August. Shorter in length, this variety is perfect for growing in containers but equally content when grown in the ground and clambering up a smaller trellis. Full Sun to Part Shade 6-8'h Red June-August
Clematis 'Crystal Fountain' Clematis Fountain-like centers on huge 4-5" semi-double lilac blue flowers. Crystal Fountain is compact enough for containers. Blooms June through September. Modest in height this is a perfect choice for the garden with limited space. Can sprawl along the ground too! Full Sun to Part Shade 5-7'h Blue June-September
Clematis 'Diamond Ball' Clematis The cool white-blue flowers are round or semi-spherical in shape, and reach 4-5" in diameter. This prolific bloomer flowers on both old and new wood, and blooms from June through August. Full Sun to Part Shade 5-6'h White/Blue June-August
Clematis 'Franziska Maria' Clematis eautiful fully double 4-6" flowers are produced on both old and new growth in a medium purple with blue overtones. Franziska Maria Clematis have dahlia-like blossoms, free flowering and with an extremely long blooming cycle from June to September. Modest in height this is a perfect choice for the garden with limited space. Full Sun to Part Shade 5-7'h Purple June -September
Clematis 'Jackmanii Superba' Clematis The most popular of the clematis vines. Showy, deep violet-purple flowers are slightly broader than those of C. 'Jackmanii' and will cover this climbing vine throughout most of the summer. An excellent vine for adding vertical interest to the landscape on a fence or trellis, or along rock walls. Deciduous. Full Sun to Part Shade 10-12'h Purple June-September
Clematis 'Killian Donahue' Clematis One of the most dramatic clematis ever, with flowers ranging at any given time from shades of deep ruby red to brilliant fuchsia and lavender with orchid-pink highlights. An outstanding rebloomer with a full-branching habit. Makes a fine groundcover or climber for arbors, fences, or tall shrubs. Deciduous. Full Sun to Part Shade 8-12' h Pink June-August
Clematis 'Sweet Autumn' Clematis Handsome climbing vine displays billowy masses of fragrant flowers against leathery dark green leaves. Grows rapidly in warm temperatures, its twining stems quickly covering fences, arbors and sheds. Flowers emerge late summer to fall, followed by silvery seed heads. Excellent for fall accent and cut flowers. Deciduous. Full Sun to Part Shade 20' White July-September
Hummulus lupulus Hops Vine Common hop grows rapidly each year to 15-20' long on rough stems clad with lobed leaves. Yellow-green male flowers bloom in catkins. Female flowers and subsequent seeds are born in cone-like structures (strobiles) which mature in late summer to early fall. Strobiles are typically collected in September-October with the seeds dried for use in the manufacture of beer. Flowers emit a pine-like fragrance and are attractive to butterflies. Full Sun to Part Shade 15-20'h Green September-October
Hydrangea a. petiolaris Climbing Hydrangea One of the best vines for clinging to brick or stone walls. The white flowers are produced in flat-topped corymbs in late June or early July, 6-10" in diameter with a sweet fragrance. Does well in sun or shade. Full Shade to Part Shade 15-25' h White June-July
Lonicera p. 'Peaches and Cream' Honeysuckle Pale yellow flowers open from dark red buds creating an exotic, bicolor effect. Flowers are very fragrant and a favorite of hummingbirds. Compact habit is ideal for the mailbox, lamp post and other mild-mannered support. Full Sun to Part Shade 4-5'h Multi June-August
Lonicera reticulata 'Kintzley's Ghost' Honeysuckle Showy yellow flowers cover the vine in June with the distinctive appearance of eucalyptus-like bracts. The vine is easy to grow and is undemanding, requiring only average garden loam and moderate irrigation. The unusual and distinctive appearance makes this a "must have" for gardeners wanting something new and different. Full Sun to Part Shade 8-12'h Yellow June-August
Lonicera s. 'Major Wheeler' Honeysuckle Blazing red and gold blooms appear all summer long, and into fall. Stems are often red to purple turning greenish brown with age. A vigorous, fast growing vine, perfect for covering a fence post, arbor or trellis. This excellent selection thrives in high humidity and is mildew-free. Full Sun to Part Shade 6-10'h Red June-September
Lonicera x. b. 'Honeybelle' Honeysuckle Its first flush of flowers is like a waterfall of golden blossoms and repeat blooms with extraordinary consistenty. It is exceptionally hardy, withstanding temperatures to -39° F. This compact twining vine will bloom well into fall and produces some red berries. Although it will grow in semi-shaded areas, full sun will ensure the best show of blooms. Full Sun to Part Shade 10-20' Yellow June-September
Lonicera x. h. 'Goldflame' Honeysuckle Woody vine valued for its rosy-red and yellow flowers from June until frost. Fragrant flowers continue as new growth develops. Attractive oval blue-green foliage on purplish-red glabrous stem. Shade tolerant. Full Sun to Part Shade 10-20' h Yellow June-October
Parthenocissus q. 'Engelmannii' Engelman Ivy / Virginia Creeper Self-cleaning green foliage turning scarlet-red in fall with black-blue fruit in September. Vigorous grower. Full Sun to Part Shade 30' h
Wisteria m. 'Betty Mathew' First Editions Summer Cascade Wisteria Sweetly fragrant lavender-blue flowers appear in June. Most floriferous in full sun. Perfect for training on arbor or pergola. Full Sun to Part Shade 15-25' h Purple May