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This is a page about growing ivy. Many varieties of ivy make a great ground cover or climbing plant and can add color to your garden.
Honeysuckle plants are available in a variety of colors and configurations, from the traditional vine to plants that have been trained as small trees AKA grown as standards. These plants like sun, generally tolerate most soil types and may need a bit of fertilizer such as green tea if they seem a bit puny or sickly. The vines need support. This is a page about caring for a honeysuckle.
Perennial vines can often be just what you need for a specific space in your garden. They provide color, texture, height, and often fragrance. This is a page about five favorite perennial vines.
This page is about growing Carolina Jessamine. This sun loving, southern evergreen vine produces an abundance of yellow trumpet flowers.
This page is about growing confederate jasmine. A perennial vine, also know as star jasmine, that is quite hardy and develops very fragrant flowers.
This is a page about growing a trumpet vine. Trumpet vines produce a mass of brightly colored orange red flowers, creating quite a show.
This is a page about growing bittersweet. Bittersweet is an easy to grow vine known for its beautiful fall color.
There are a number of varieties of this fragrant vine to choose from. This is a page about growing honeysuckle.
This is a page about growing wisteria. Wisteria with its beautiful, fragrant purple or white clusters of flowers can add a special beauty to your garden.
This is a page about growing clematis. Clematis vines are available in many varieties, with flowers in differing colors and sizes. Most are perennials, although there are a few evergreen varieties. These beautiful flowering vines can be a great addition to most gardens.