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How can one help shivering with delight when one's hot fingers close around the stem of a live flower, cool from the shade and stiff with newborn vigor! ~Colette

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5 Fast-Climbing Vines for Your Garden

Add These Gorgeous Flowering Vines to Your Yard

They're show-stopping levels of beautiful.

The vine that keeps going strong all summer long - the Black-eyed Susan Vine. Looking for a different color to mix in your arbor vines? Try these or mix them in with other colored vines like Clemantis

Black-Eyed Susan Vines aka Heaven On Earth

Black-eyed Susan vines - you must plant one of these in your garden this year - it's the vine that keeps going strong all summer long!

Clematis 101 Easy Care Guide | Clematis is one of the most-loved garden vines yet it's not always easy to know when to prune your vines or leave them alone. This will help you determine which type of clematis vine you have and when it's best to trim it back, and when you should leave it alone.

Clematis 101 Easy Care Guide

Clematis 101 Easy Care Guide | Clematis is one of the most-loved garden vines yet it's not always easy to know when to prune your vines or leave them alone. This will help you determine which type of clematis vine you have and when it's best to trim it back, and when you should leave it alone.

The plain old passion vine is a Florida fave that climbs almost anything you plant it next to. It’s easy to find, too. Best in partial shade, the vine produces seed pods called ‘maypops’ early in the summer that are used to make jellies and wines.

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The plain old passion vine is a Florida fave that climbs almost anything you plant it next to. It’s easy to find, too. Best in partial shade, the vine produces seed pods called ‘maypops’ early in the summer that are used to make jellies and wines.

Crossvine [Bignonia capreolata] - Evergreen tendril vine, 50+ feet. Sun or Part Shade. Cold tolerant. Large and hardy vine with profuse flowers, especially in sunny conditions. Attracts hummingbirds. Claws at the ends of the tendrils allow it to climb wood and stone walls.

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Mandevilla — My favorite plant, very affordable at Home Depot every spring in either pink, white or red flowers. Blooms ALL spring & summer! Vine plant, comes with a small trellis but will grow and climb past that (usually mine grow an extra 6 feet over the summer and I coax them around my deck railings). Very hardy in my experience. Short of forgetting to water it, it does great on my apartment deck in a larger pot, in partial sun. The flowers are absolutely gorgeous!

Mandevilla Vine: Tips For Proper Mandevilla Care

The mandevilla plant has become a common patio plant, and rightfully so. But you may wonder what you need to go to be successful about growing mandevilla. This article will help with that.

English Ivy-Ivy has been used for ages as a shade-loving groundcover or vine; it creates a dense mat on the ground until it finds something to climb on, then sends aerial roots into its support to grow up. Because it has these aerial roots, it's not the best choice for growing up brick walls.

14 Beautiful Perennial Vines That Will Take Your Garden to New Heights

Add color and texture to vertical spaces with these beautiful vines that come back every year. Try one on an outdoor arbor or trellis, or try draping them along a fence in your yard.

Black-Eyed Susan Vine (Thunbergia alata) One of the cheeriest annual climbers, black-eyed Susan vine produces many yellow, orange, white, or apricot blooms though the summer. The plant's moniker comes from the chocolate-purple dot at the center of the flower. Black-eyed Susan vine can grow 6 feet or more and grows best in full sun. Note: In frost-free areas, black-eyed Susan vine grows as a perennial. Also, some newer varieties aren't accented with a dark center

The Best Annual Vines for Your Garden

We've pulled together a gallery of the best annual vines.

Trumpet Vine...Full sun. Fast grower, can be invasive but again if you want to cover an ugly fence or large space fast this is the vine to do it. Blooms pretty orange trumpet shaped flowers. Attracts hummingbirds. Shear it back to maintain control. I personally would rather a plant grow like crazy than to watch it barely grow at all!

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18 Valuable Vines to Plant in Your Garden

Find fast-growing, no-fuss vines for a fence, trellis or arbor with HGTV.com.

The Climbing Hydrangea, one of the most tolerant and lovely vine growers.

Everything You Need to Know About Climbing Hydrangeas

A climbing hydrangea is a lovely flowering plant. Add one of these vines to your yard to make it more beautiful and attractive. This plant will pay you back with years of beauty.

Akebia...Best Perennial Vines...This vine takes the prize for best foliage -- each leaf is delicately divided into five blue-green leaflets, giving the plant a soft texture. It's earned one of its monikers, chocolate vine, because the purple or white flowers, which are usually hidden in the leaves, smell like chocolate. Plant Name: Akebia selections Size: Climbs to 30 feet Zones: 4-9

14 Beautiful Perennial Vines That Will Take Your Garden to New Heights

Add color and texture to vertical spaces with these beautiful vines that come back every year. Try one on an outdoor arbor or trellis, or try draping them along a fence in your yard.

How to get decorative vines, such as this purple clematis to climb fences and trellises...I want these babies to grow on my fence

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Climbing plants are ideal for landscaping because you can effectively plan for and limit their size. Their eventual heights and widths are determined by the structures on which they are grown. Find out about vines.

Blue Tasmania Vine - A choice Tasmanian climber that sports thin twining stems that produce creamy-yellow purple-tipped waxy flowers in spring. In autumn, outstandingly lovely clusters of deepest violet grape-sized berries appear when this unusual color for autumn is appreciated.

Take a look at this Scarlet Campsis Trumpet Vine - Set of Two by Cottage Farms Direct on #zulily today!

Take a look at this Scarlet Campsis Trumpet Vine - Set of Two by Cottage Farms Direct on #zulily today!