Oval, glossy dark green leaves grow in clusters of five. Vines produce dangling purple flowers … Continued
browsing plants: perennial vines
Annual vines bloom throughout spring, summer and fall, while perennial and hardy woody vines have a shorter bloom time but return year after year. In addition to flowering vines, there are fruiting vines and vines grown for their striking foliage. Whether covering a carport, festooning a fence, or ornamenting an obelisk, vines open a world of unique design opportunities.
A deciduous twining woody vine best known for its showy red-orange berries that brighten up … Continued
Also known as marine ivy or possum grape, this semi-evergreen vine climbs by tendrils. From … Continued
Very unusual 3″ red flowers with pink petaloid stamens give the impression of a double … Continued
An exceptional late, free-flowering plant raised from clematis Comtesse de Bouchaud and retaining its parent’s … Continued
6–8″ mauve-pink flowers with deep pink bars put on a copious display in early summer, … Continued
This stunner produces masses of large light blue flowers with contrasting red anthers. It’s amazing … Continued
A widely popular older variety that flowers abundantly on vigorous, hardy vines plants. The large, … Continued
A heavy flowering cultivar that blooms in late spring and again in late summer. This … Continued
Rosette-shaped double white flowers with yellow anthers. Blooms May, June and September. Pruning type 2.
Huge pure white flowers cover this vine heavily in May and continue with fewer blossoms … Continued
The most profuse blooming dark purple Clematis, vines are covered with purple flowers in June, … Continued