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21 Flowering Vines to Grow

Add a new dimension to your landscape with vertical vines

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Growing Star Jasmine Vines

Grow this evergreen flowering vine for sweet summertime fragrance.

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Growing Black-Eyed Susan Vines

Get tips for planting, caring for, and using this beautiful flowering climber, along with a look at some of our favorite varieties

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Growing Morning Glory Vines

How to grow and care for this fast-growing, easy-care vine

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How To Grow Clematis

Bring long-lasting color to your garden with this flowering vine

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Bring a touch of the tropics to your landscape with this colorful flowering vine

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Climbing Roses

The basics of growing and caring for an English garden staple—the climbing rose

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From climber to groundcover to container plant, vibrant bougainvillea fits the bill

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Wisteria Vine

A gardener’s guide to planting & caring for a wisteria vine

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Heavenly Honeysuckle Vines

Bring breathtaking beauty to your garden with a non-invasive honeysuckle plant

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Growing Mandevilla

Bring a touch of the tropics to your landscape with this colorful flowering vine

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Passion Flower Vines

Summer is a time for lemonade, watering cans, and marveling at a beautiful oddity that creeps up our gates and fences-the passion flower


Q: Are all vines climbers, or are some better suited for sprawling on the ground?

A: Not all vines are natural climbers. Some, like sweet potato vine, prefer to spread out across the ground or spill from containers. These sprawling types can be trained to grow on trellises with proper support.

Q: Which vine can grow on the north side of my house, which is bright but gets no direct sun? - Story Evans, Atlanta, Ga.

A: It is worth the extra effort to seek out Japanese climbing hydrangeas (Schizophragma hydrangeoides), superb ornamental vines that deserve to be more popular. These lovely plants clamber unassisted up any surface, be it wood, brick, stucco or stone. They grow at a moderate pace, cloaking a wall with deep-green leaves. In summer, large white blossoms open, similar to lace-cap hydrangeas in appearance. They retain their bracts long after flowering, remaining interesting-looking well into the winter. The cultivar ‘Moonlight’ has silvery variegated foliage; ‘Roseum’ offers pink-tinted bracts.

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