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Vines - Beautiful Additions to Your Home Garden

Never underestimate the value of vines to the home garden. Easy to plant and to maintain, vines will quickly spread up trellises, across fences, and up the sides of buildings, providing cover and beautiful flowers. Fruit vines, including Grape and Kiwi, in addition provide delicious, nutritious treats. Many vines, such as star jasmine and wisteria, also produce alluring fragrances, thus adding even more benefits to your garden.

The majority of popular vines are either herbaceous or woody perennials, quickly growing hardy branches and stems, and growing larger and heavier from year to year. Annual vines that normally bloom in summer and perish as the winter frost descends, include nasturtiums and sweet peas. One popular vine, the Morning Glory, is classified as an annual, but from personal experience with this specie in temperate Southern California with the winter freeze an unlikely occurrence, this too, can grow stronger each season.

The vine presents a unique addition to the home garden, and a little information about this unique type of plant can ensure that planting and maintaining a selection of vines will be a rewarding experience. We offer a few detailed articles to help you plant, nurture, and enjoy, the benefits of adding vines to your home garden:

Vines Are Not all The Same - The Different Ways that Vines Climb
Choosing the Proper Support for Your Vines
Planting Vines



On this page, see the Bittersweet Vine, Bougainvillea, Chocolate Vine, Blue Clematis, Blue-Light Clematis,
Ernest Markham Clematis, Golden Clematis, Jackmani Clematis, Josephine Clematis, Nelly Moser Clematis,
Orchid/Red Clematis, Pink Clematis, Purple Clematis, Red Clematis, White Clematis, Will Goodwin Clematis,
Clematis Collection 1, Clematis Collection 2, Clematis Lovers Collection, and the Clematis Old Glory Collection:

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Bittersweet Vine

Bittersweet Vine

The earliest fruiting and heaviest fruiting variety. Just one plant will fruit, but two planted in same hole will bear a greater abundance of brilliant orange-scarlet berries that make long lasting winter bouquets. Twining vines cover tree stumps, porch trellis, etc.

Bougainvillea

Bougainvillea

Prized for its colorful display! The Bougainvillea blossoms year round. Can be trained to any size and several shapes -- from small and bushy to a large, trellised display. A little pruning of the Bougainvillea in the spring will promote new growth of the flowery bracts.

Chocolate Vine

Chocolate Vine

Flowers smell like chocolate! A great novelty for your garden with abundant chocolate scented blooms! This fast growing, easy care vine grows 28-40' high and can reach 20' in a year! Quaint flowers are shaped like purple bells that open into a three-point star.

Blue Clematis

Blue Clematis

The Blue Clematis is a giant-flowering clematis that will provide masses of big, colorful blooms. They will quickly grow over walls, cover stumps, and make perfect cover ups for unsightly service areas. Plant on wires, stout strings, or light wooden trellises.

Blue Light Clematis

Blue Light Clematis

Exceptionally free-flowing plants that produce masses of pale blue-violet to pale-blue double flowers from late spring to early fall. Opening 5-6" across on 6-8' vine, the flowers are profuse and unforgettable.

Ernest Markham Clematis

Ernest Markham Clematis

We consider this the finest red clematis available. The striking, velvety 5-6"red flowers bloom in abundance from June to October. A real beauty! For best production, plant where the vines are in the sun and the roots are in the shade. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.

Golden Clematis

Golden Clematis

Yellow Clematises are wonderful lemon-yellow flowers. Flowers are lantern shaped when they first open and flatten out as they mature. Yellow Clematis are coconut scented and blooms from June to September. Potted plants. For best production, plant where the vines are in the sun and the roots are in the shade. Drought tolerant.

Jackmani Clematis

Jackmani Clematis

Starts off in June with a profuse shower of 4-6 inch blooms that continue well into September. Prune back in early Spring to 6-12 inches above ground. For best production, plant where the vines are in the sun and the roots are in the shade. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.

Josephine Clematis

Josephine Clematis

Breathtakingly beautiful, Josephine has huge 4 1/2 - 5" blooms all summer! This climber reaches 10-12' tall and prefers a sunny location. As the bloom matures, the striped lilac pink outer petals fall away leaving the pom pom light pink center. 1998 Chelsea Flower Show Winner!

Nelly Moser Clematis

Nelly Moser Clematis

An award winning clematis from England! The pink outside petal edges fade to a rose-tinted cream color which frames a striking rose-pink center bar. Flowers are very large and bloom in May and June and again in September on 8' vines that need no pruning. For best production, plant where the vines are in the sun and the roots are in the shade. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.

Orchid/Red Clematis

Orchid/Red Clematis

What a striking colored Clematis! Orchid-Red Bars Clematis has soft pastel petals that are accentuated by bars that run the length of each petal. These surround spectacular, richly colored stamen. Potted plants.

Pink Clematis

Pink Clematis

What a lovely sight when it is in full bloom! The gleaming pink flowers grow in showy abundance. It's bright green foliage provides an ideal color contrast for the delicate light pink, 4-6" flowers. If planted in a sunny area make sure to mulch base of plant. Prune back to about 2' in spring.

Purple Clematis

Purple Clematis

The most popular color of them all! This Purple Clematis will reward you lavishly with big deep purple, 4-6" blooms from June to September. Petals are deeply veined and have a bright golden stamen. Purple Clematis are a dazzling sight growing on a trellis or fence. Potted plants. For best production, plant where the vines are in the sun and the roots are in the shade.

Red Clematis

Red Clematis

The Red Clematis has masses of magnificent red, 4-6" blooms that will stand out against the deep green foliage to make this one of the showiest Clematis. Petals have a rich, velvety sheen. The Red Clematis blooms from June until September. Plant these bright, flowering vines 3-4' apart. Mulch base of plant if planted in sunny area. Cut back to 2' in spring. Potted plants.

White Clematis

White Clematis

Exquisite climber! Giant-flowering clematis provides masses of big, colorful blooms, from May through early September. Quickly grows over walls, cover stumps, and make perfect cover ups for unsightly service areas. Plant on wires, stout strings or light wooden trellises.

Will Goodwin Clematis

Will Goodwin Clematis

Large, 6-8 inch, lavender-blue flowers bloom profusely from June to September. Grows 10-12' tall. Good for cutting. For best production, plant where the vines are in the sun and the roots are in the shade. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.

Clematis Collection 1

Clematis Collection 1

Includes 1 each of the following clematis varieties: Blue LightErnest MarkhamGolden ClematisJackmaniiNelly MoserWill Goodwin

Clematis Collection 2

Clematis Collection 2

Includes 1 Blue Light and 1 Josephine clematis varieties.

Clematis Lovers Collection

Clematis Lovers Collection

Collection includes 1 each of the following clematis: RedPurpleOrchid with Red Bars

Clematis Old Glory Collection

Clematis Old Glory Collection

This Old Glory Collection contains three clematis. One each of the following: RedDouble WhiteBlue


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