Types of Vines
The amazing scent of Jasmine is one of the most sought after fragrances in the gardening world.
Fast growing, heat loving, large evergreen shrub ideal for using along borders or walls. Clusters of white flowers in spring, beautiful red berries in fall and winter.
Very similar to Star Jasmine, Asian Jasmine is a hardy ground cover for shady or partial sun locations.
Bougainvillea are easily recognizable in landscapes everywhere.
Cape Honeysuckle is one of the most versatile plants for any landscape
Orange Jubilee is noted for the fast growing, reaching branch structure with bright orange flowers.
Solanum has attractive light green foliage and produces a steady flow of jasmine looking light purple flowers.
Trachelospermum jasminoides is a cold hardy, twining vine that is best loved for the strong, sweet fragrance of it’s white flowers.
Cat’s Claw is an extremely fast growing vine that “sticks” to block or stucco walls. In late spring, the Cat’s Claw produces highly fragrant yellow blooms on spikes.
An excellent climbing rose for the West, the Lady Banks is a fast growing and semi-evergreen vine with clusters of yellow and white blooms.
Wisteria bloom striking colors of white, blue, or violet flowers on elongated racemes that look like chandeliers and attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.
The Red Trumpet Vine is notable for its showy blooms of red flowers that are supported by a yellow trumpet shaped throat.
An evergreen vine, the Purple Trumpet thrives in the heat and is an excellent choice for landscapes in the West.
As its name suggests, the Creeping Fig can literally cover up everything. It’s an excellent choice for walls, fence covers, and trellises due to its rapid and aggressive growth rate.
The Hardenbergia produces blooms of white, pink, or violet flowers in early spring. It’s foliage is dark green and works best when planted in partial sun.
This evergreen shrub is a fast grower that has a wide range of applications with milky white flowers in spring.
Lonicera japonica 'Halliana'
The Hall’s Honeysuckle boasts whitish-yellow flowers in the summer that adds a special aroma to any landscape and attract hummingbirds and butterflies all summer long.