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Vines - Beautiful Additions to Your Home Garden
On this page, see the Climbing Shell Vine, Trailing Gardenia, Candice Seedless Grape, Catawba Grape, Concord Grape,
Concord Seedless Grape Grape, Marquis Seedless Grape, Mars Seedless Grape, New Himrod Grape, Niagara Grape,
Reliance Seedless Grape, Sweet Seedless Grape Collection, Seedless Grape Collection, Red-White-Blue Grape Collection, Halls Honeysuckle, Boston Ivy, Sub Zero Ivy, Arctic Beauty Female Kiwi, Arctic Beauty Male Kiwi, and the Female Fruiting Kiwi

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Climbing Shell Vine

Climbing Shell Vine

Also known as the Corkscrew Vine, the Climbing Shell plant has beautifully colored flowers that come in an array of pinks, purples, whites and yellows. Quickly grows up to 25' tall. Plants are hardy in zones 9-10. Northern growers can grow the Climbing Shell plant in pots and bring them indoors in winter. Plant in full to partial sun and make sure to give them an inch of water per week. Blooms mid-summer to fall. Potted plants.

Trailing Gardenia

Trailing Gardenia

Now enjoy the rare beauty of the Fragrant Trailing Gardenia growing on the graceful trailing stems of the ivy. These giant, white blooms have a pearl-like luster and an exquisite fragrance.

Canadice Seedless Grape

Canadice Seedless Grape

Excellent red seedless variety. These medium-size grapes grow in large, well-shouldered, compact clusters. Moderately vigorous vines. Have good winter hardiness. We include 3 excellent varieties.

Catawba Grape

Catawba Grape

Catawba Grape is a late season grape, specially selected for the North, produces not only highly prized jams and jellies but fine red wines and champagne. Self-fruitful, a pollinator is unnecessary but the vine will do even better by planting two.

Concord Grape

Concord Grape

Another grape specially selected for the North, the Concord is the American standard bearer! It consistently produces good crops of large blue-black grapes which are tops for jam and jellies. A mid-season bearer. Self-fruitful , a pollinator is unnecessary but the vine will do even better by planting two.

Concord Seedless Grape

Concord Seedless Grape

Has all the great eating qualities of Concord without the seed! Same productivity and vigor with slightly smaller berries. These will ripen in mid-September. Grape vines usually begin producing fruit the second or third year after planting and a mature vine will produce 15-20 pounds annually. These vines also have desirable ornamental value and are an ideal, natural privacy screen.

Marquis Seedless Grape

Marquis Seedless Grape

The best all-around eastern white seedless that we've found! The Seedless Marquis Grapes are medium-sized and grow in large, compact clusters. Excellent flavor. A vigorous, medium cold-hardy grape. Grape vines usually begin producing fruit the second or third year after planting and a mature vine will produce 15-20 pounds annually. These vines also have desirable ornamental value and are an ideal, natural privacy screen.

Mars Seedless Grape

Mars Seedless Grape

A luscious blue-fruited introduction by Dr. Moore. It's medium-sized and grows in compact clusters. Has flavorful, medium-sized berries. Vines are moderately vigorous. Appear to be cold hardy, resistant to powdery mildew and black rot.

New Himrod Grape

New Himrod Grape

This golden amber grape is noted for its sweet fruit. First to ripen -- a month ahead of Concord. Disease resistant. Grapes are easy to grow and with a little careful effort the home gardener will be rewarded with large crops of fruit, perfect for wine, jams and fresh eating. Grape vines usually begin producing fruit the second or third year after planting and a mature vine will produce 15-20 pounds annually.

Niagara Grape

Niagara Grape

Another grape specially selected for the North, the white Niagara is a chance seedling of the Concord. It has the hardiness and productivity of its parent, but ripens earlier. An excellent dessert grape, it is widely planted for its sweet, rich taste. Self-fruitful , a pollinator is unnecessary but the vine will do even better by planting two.

Reliance Seedless Grape

Reliance Seedless Grape

The Seedless Reliance grape produces pink-fruited seedless grape that tops for flavor and texture. An excellent eating grape that is good for jellies and juices. Stores well. Has medium-sized clusters. Hardy and vigorous growing -- a good strong variety.

Sweet Seedless Grape Collection

Sweet Seedless Grape Collection

In collections of 4 or 8 vines, these groupings are an incredible savings and a superb value for sweet seedless grapes! All are choice 2 year old vines.

Seedless Grape Collection

Seedless Grape Collection

This seedless collection is composed of 1 each of Reliance Seedless, Mars Seedless and Marquis Seedless grape vines. Select the collection and save!

Red-White-Blue Grape Collection

Red-White-Blue Grape Collection

This versatile and colorful northern grape collection includes 1 vine each of Catawba (red), Niagara (white) and Concord (blue).

Halls Honeysuckle

Halls Honeysuckle

Hardy, Fast growing, Hall's Honeysuckle will cover a bank or other area quickly as a ground cover - even in poor soil. Plant it at the base of a trellis and in one season you'll have a lush vine that covers the area completely. Not at all fussy about soil or adverse growing conditions. Grows in sun or shade, and covers large areas economically.

Boston Ivy

Boston Ivy

Boston Ivy has long been known as the best vine for clinging to stonework. No trellis necessary, it clings by itself to any stone or masonry wall. You'll want this vigorous growing plant to beautify your chimney or other masonry work. Two-tone effect in Summer -- riot of color in the Fall! Boston Ivy fairly glistens in the sun, so shiny are its crisp green leaves. Beautiful tapestry effects are produced as new growth, in lovely shades of reddish purple, creeps among the old lustrous green leaves. As fall approaches, your whole wall turns into a riot of color with shades of yellow, orange, scarlet and purple.

Sub Zero Ivy

Sub Zero Ivy

Grows in the shade! Evergreen Sub-Zero Ivy is the perfect planting to give you lush green ground cover or climbing ivy. It rapidly spreads to cover banks, bare spots and under trees and shrubs. Tolerates smoky city conditions. Evergreen Sub-Zero Ivy clings to walls and buildings of masonry, retaining its lush green color all year. Plant 12 inches apart in sun or shade. Vines grow up to 40' in length.

Arctic Beauty Female Kiwi

Arctic Beauty Female Kiwi

The Artic Beauty Kiwi is a newly introduced kiwi that is hardy from Canada to Florida. Male pollinator is prized as ornamental for its striking pink, white and green leaves. Female is from Russia, selected for its large fruit in 2-5 years. Need one male and one female for fruit. One male pollinates five females.

Arctic Beauty Male Kiwi

Arctic Beauty Male Kiwi

The Artic Beauty Kiwi is a newly introduced kiwi that is hardy from Canada to Florida. Male pollinator is prized as ornamental for its striking pink, white and green leaves. Female is from Russia, selected for its large fruit in 2-5 years. Need one male and one female for fruit. One male pollinates five females.

Female Fruiting Kiwi

Female Fruiting Kiwi

Our cold hardy strain is a big improvement over the fuzzy, brown-skinned Kiwi. This rare Kiwi is a much sweeter tasting fruit. Grows much further north than the regular Kiwi. The hardy Kiwi is somewhat similar to the grape vine, only much faster growing. Under ideal growing conditions it will grow up to 5" a day, and reach a height of 8' the very first year! It will quickly climb a trellis or wall.


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