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Vine

Vines are plants that have a trailing or climbing growth habit.  They are great for trellises, arbors, fences, lamp poles and so forth.  Some, like the Akebia, climb by twining tendrils that clasp the support structure or other plants.  Others, like Clematis and Honeysuckle (Lonicera), have stems or leaf petioles that curl and twine around their support structure. There are also some vines, such as Boston Ivy (Parthenocissus), that cling to structures or other plants with adhesive disks.  Any of these will sprawl on the ground if there is nothing to support them and so are sometimes used as groundcovers.


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Campsis radicans

Campsis radicans

Common Trumpet Vine

Plants can grow rapidly to 40' or more. They are loved by hummingbirds for their large, bright red-orange tubular blooms, which are followed by long seedpods. Plants sucker freely and may spread aggressively. May cause allergic reactions. Native.<

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Campsis radicans Flava

Campsis radicans Flava

Trumpet Vine

Showy, trumpet-shaped yellow flowers. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Long blooming. Fast growing woody native vine with rich green foliage.

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Clematis Belle of Woking

Clematis Belle of Woking

Clematis

4"-5" double, sometimes semi-double, mauve to silvery-blue flowers fade to a pale, silvery lavender, with creamy centers. Early summer blooms are double and single blooms late summer. This heirloom variety is often slow to establish, but wort

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Clematis Cardinal Wyszynski

Clematis Cardinal Wyszynski

Clematis

Large, 6"-8" deep red blooms with red centers and pink filaments bloom on vigourus climbing vines. Plants flower through much of the summer. Pruning group 2. An award winner.

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Clematis Comtesse de Bouchard

Clematis Comtesse de Bouchard

Clematis

4"-6" mauve pink flowers with creamy anthers bloom from June to September. Attractive seed heads. Prune back hard in late February or early March. Group 3. Deer resistant.

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Clematis Dr. Ruppel

Clematis Dr. Ruppel

Clematis

6"-9" light lavender-pink flowers with a deep carmine bar. Blooms in May and June and again in August and September. Attractive seed heads. Prune back half of the previous season's growth in late February or early March. Deer resistant.

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Clematis Duchess of Edinburgh

Clematis Duchess of Edinburgh

Clematis

4"-6" double white flowers in May/June. Heavy bloomer. August/September rebloom. Prune back half of the previous season's growth in late February or early March. Deer resistant.

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Clematis Elsa Spath

Clematis Elsa Spath

Clematis

6"-8" lavender-blue flowers with red anthers. Blooms  late May/June to September. Attractive seed heads. Prune back half of previous season's growth in late February or early March. Deer resistant.

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Clematis Ernest Markham

Clematis Ernest Markham

Clematis

4"-5" magenta-red blooms typically are sparse in June and July and abundant August into October . Attractive seed heads. Prune back hard in late February or early March. Deer resistant.

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Clematis Hagley Hybrid

Clematis Hagley Hybrid

Clematis

4"-7" pinkish-mauve blooms with violet stamens in June and July and again in September. Attractive seed heads. Prune back half of the previous season's growth in late February or early March. Deer resistant.

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Clematis Henryi

Clematis Henryi

Clematis

6"-8" white flowers with attractive dark stamens in May and June. Light rebloom in August. Attractive seed heads. Prune back half of the previous season's growth in late February or early March. Deer resistant.

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Clematis Jackmanii

Clematis Jackmanii

Clematis

4"-6" deep purple blooms in June and July with some later rebloom. Attractive seed heads. Prune back hard in late February or early March. The easiest clematis to grow. Deer resistant. Never overwater! Group 3.

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Clematis Jackmanii Rubra

Clematis Jackmanii Rubra

Clematis

4"-5" velvety, purple red June blooms are occasionally semi-double and later September blooms are single. Blooms are very abundant. Prune back by 1/3 after flowering to promote new growth and additional bloom. Group 2.

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Clematis Niobe

Clematis Niobe

Clematis

5"-6" deep red flowers with golden yellow anthers appear almost black just after opening. Petals are narrow and somewhat pointed. Very free-flowering, blooming June to September. Award Winner. Avoid pruning until it is well-established. Group

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Clematis Pink Champagne

Clematis Pink Champagne

Clematis

Plants produce 6"-8" deep rose pink blooms that have overlapping petals. Petal centers are softer pink to lavender and anthers are creamy yellow. Blooms in late spring/early summer and late summer to fall. Pruning group 2.

Clematis enjoy a

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Clematis Pink Climador

Clematis Pink Climador

Clematis

4"-5" silky blooms are lilac-pink with dark purple stamens. The broad petals have wavy margins. Plants flower in late spring and late summer. Compact plants are suitable for containers.

Clematis enjoy a sunny location with well-drained alk

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Clematis Star of India

Clematis Star of India

Clematis

This award-winning clematis blooms profusely and steadily from midsummer to fall. Flowers are 5" purple blooms have reddish violet bars and creamy white stamens. Pruning Group 3.

Clematis enjoy a sunny location with well-drained alkaline s

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Clematis The President

Clematis The President

Clematis

6"-8" non-fading, rich purple-blue flowers with contrasting pink and red stamens appear in late spring and early fall. Blooms best with light pruning. Heirloom variety. Award winner. Group 2.

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Clematis Ville de Lyon

Clematis Ville de Lyon

Clematis

4"-6" Carmine red blooms with golden stamens are produced in large numbers from midsummer to early fall, flowering on new growth. Pruning group 3.

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Clematis paniculata

Clematis paniculata

Clematis "Sweet Autumn"

Clusters of small, foour-petaled, white flowers cover the foliage in late summer and early fall. Lightly fragrant. Attractive seed heads. Prune only after flowering is complete to contain size. Deer resistant. Can be grown under black wa

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Clematis purpurea Plena Elegans

Clematis purpurea Plena Elegans

Clematis

Masses of dainty 2"-3" double purple-red blooms appear from July through September, sometimes October on moderately fast growing vines. Elegant and disease resistant. Suitable for cutting. Heirloom variety. C. viticella Group 3

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Clematis virginiana

Clematis virginiana

Virgin's Bower

Semi-evergreen native vine that produces masses of small, white, four-petaled, unscented blooms in late summer/early fall. Blooms are followed by cute, fuzzy seed heads. Extremely vigorous grower. Can spread aggressively by self-seeding and sucker

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Clematis viticella Etoile Violette

Clematis viticella Etoile Violette

Clematis

2"-3" violet-purple flowers in June to September. Attractive seed heads. Prune back hard in late February or early March. Deer resistant. Reliable bloom throughout the summer!

Prefers a sunny location with well-drained, neutral to alk

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