Actinidia kolomikta is a relatively fast-growing, deciduous, woody vine which typically grows 15-20' and features tiny, slightly fragrant, greenish-white flowers in early summer and attractive, heart-shaped (to 5" long), green foliage variegated with white and/or pink.
Algerian ivy is an evergreen climbing vine hardy in USDA zones 8 through 10. Native to South and Central America, Algerian ivy requires relatively warm temperatures throughout the year to survive. The plant produces fragrant white flowers during late spring and early summer, though blossoms only occur on mature growth. Algerian ivy requires only basic care to thrive and flower.
Whether you choose a container or the sunny border, a vertical structure for climbing or a horizontal expanse for meandering, Clematis is a glorious presence. Pair it with climbing roses for unparalleled summer beauty, or design a large planting with several different Clematis varieties for an even longer display of color.
Climbing hydrangeas need a rich, moist soil that is well-drained. If your soil needs improvement, dig in a generous amount of compost before planting. The vine grows well in full sun or partial shade. In areas with hot summers, provide some afternoon shade. When growing climbing hydrangeas against a wall, choose a northern or eastern exposure.
Cup and Saucer Vine (Cobaea scandens) is a conversation starter. The flowers have a unique shape that merits both the common names of Cup and Saucer Vine and Cathedral Bells. The purple flowers also have an unusual color palette that is unexpectedly muted, especially when you consider the size and shape of the flowers.
Hummingbirds adore honeysuckle vine, and after growing one you will, too. These easy-care climbers offer attractive clusters of blooms in a wide range of shades. The tube-shape flowers look great mixed in with a variety of shrubs, perennials, and annuals.
Some plants are hard to overpraise, even in this modern climate of endless hype, and Vitis coignetiae, the crimson glory vine, is one of them. A vigorous, ornamental climbing vine from Japan, it was introduced into this country by Jardine and Matheson, the East India merchants, in the late 19th century.
A honeysuckle plant is a great addition to any landscape and will draw abundant wildlife with its sweet, yellow to bright-red blossoms. Honeysuckles (Lonicera spp.) belong to a large family that consists of hardy shrubs and vines that grow in almost every state in America.
How to Grow Mina Lobata, or Spanish Flag Perennial, Ipomoea Lobata. Mina Lobata, popularly called Spanish Flag, is a perennial. It is often grown as an annual in colder regions. Native to Central and South America, Mina Lobata is a member of the Morning Glory family. It is one of the most popular climbing vines.
Japanese hydrangea vine is one of 10 species in the hydrangea family but is only a cousin of the more common climbing hydrangea, Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris. Schizophragma is a fast-growing, freely climbing vine that adheres tightly to a wall or tree trunk by means of modified aerial roots. As the vine ages, the stems have peeling, cinnamon-colored bark and provide winter interest, but are not so effective as the true climbing hydrangea.
Lapageria rosea is related to Philesia magellanica (syn. P. buxifolia), another plant from the Valdivian flora, having similar flowers, but shrubby rather than climbing.  ×Philageria veitchii is a hybrid between L. rosea and P. magellanica.
Clematis L. – leather flower Subordinate Taxa. The Plants Database includes the following 55 species of Clematis . Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles. Native Introduced Native and Introduced. Clematis addisonii Addison's leather flower Clematis albicoma ...
Grow Parthenocissus henryana in fertile, well-drained soil in partial shade. It's self-clinging but may need some help to get started, so tie in to netting or trellis until established. The Royal Horticultural Society has given it the Award of Garden Merit (AGM).
Rose Vine Types By Callie Barber; Updated September 21, 2017 Vining roses include rose varieties that produce vigorous, long canes that can be grown along structures like fences and trellises. Vining roses are climbing in nature and must be trained. Typically climbing roses are fast-growing and produce a plethora of blooms. Some roses are ...
Plant taxonomy classifies winter jasmine plants as Jasminum nudiflorum. For research purposes, note that Jasminum polyanthum also sometimes bears the common name, "winter jasmine." But that is a different plant (and a fragrant one that many gardeners want to grow).