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Dutchman's Pipe: An underused vine native to North America that deserves a lot more attention, it bears heart-shape leaves that can be as much as 10 inches wide. unique flowers in spring, though they're often hidden underneath foliage. grows well in both sun and shade. Plant Name: Aristolochia macrophylla Size: Climbs to 30 feet Zones: 5-8 Tip: host plant for a variety of swallowtail butterfly. If you see caterpillars munching the leaves, don't be alarmed. They'll soon be beautiful…

- This is a nice vine that provides a lot of foliage growth in a relatively short period. The flowers are often the subject of much interest because they are i

10 Vines for Shade—Vines That Grow Well in Shade - EnkiVillage - Dutchman's Pipe - This is a strange one. Technically they may flower but not every year and maybe not at all. If you do catch them doing it then the blooms would be tiny and hidden under the foliage. This is sold as a non-flowering vine. They grow nice and full and can grow high to low with a waterfall cascade.

Vines for Shade—Vines That Grow Well in Shade

10 Vines for Shade—Vines That Grow Well in Shade - EnkiVillage - Dutchman's Pipe - This is a strange one. Technically they may flower but not every year and maybe not at all. If you do catch them doing it then the blooms would be tiny and hidden under the foliage. This is sold as a non-flowering vine. They grow nice and full and can grow high to low with a waterfall cascade.

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Transforms your rain spouts into a decorative climbing support of greenish black, powder-coated weatherproof aluminium.

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Dutchmans pipe vine (Aristolochia macrophylla, USDA Hardiness Zones in Michelles garden in Connecticut-click through for more photos of this garden - Hummingbird Gardens

A vine that really shines in autumn for its fall color, Boston ivy bears three-lobe leaves that turn fiery red at the end of the season. It's a relative of grape and bears clusters of small purple fruits that attract birds at the end of the season. Plant Name: Parthenocissus tricuspidata Size: Climbs to 60 feet Zones: 4-8 Test Garden Tip: Unlike most vines, it climbs using suction cups at the ends of its tendrils. If you need to pull it off a wall, the small suction cups will remain…

The Best Perennial Vines for Your Garden

Boston Ivy: Bears three-lobe leaves that turn fiery red at the end of the season. It's a relative of grape and bears clusters of small purple fruits that attract birds.

Great use of texture and color in the shade garden. * Heuchera 'Bella Notte',  Polygonatum 'Double Stuff', Hakonechloa macra

Beautiful shade border - Japanese forest grass, heucheras (coral bells), ferns, solomon's seal - for outside front window beside porch

Cerastium tomentosum Snow in Summer - Light gray foliage is covered with fine hair, giving it a fuzzy appearance. This plant forms into a dense carpet on the ground and is an excellent lawn replacement for drier climates. White flowers top this gray carpet in summer and make a beautiful show of color. Will also work nicely in a rock garden or over a retaining wall.

Snow in Summer is our favorite white ground cover. Magnificent drifts of white flowers in spring. Highly appreciated wooly-gray foliage makes Snow in Summer a highly valued ground cover year round.

Purple Millet  This incredibly tough annual grass offers fantastic burgundy foliage and rich purple foliage that look like fuzzy cattails. The plants are beautiful and attract birds. Name: Pennisetum glaucum Growing Conditions: Full sun or part shade and well-drained soil Size: To 5 feet tall Zones: Annual Plant This Grass Because: It has rich purple foliage. Native to North America: No

17 Top Ornamental Grasses

Purple Millet (Pennisetum glaucum) This incredibly tough annual grass offers fantastic burgundy foliage and rich purple foliage that look like fuzzy cattails. The plants are beautiful and attract birds.

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