Vines

Clematis Vines

Main Category: 
Rouguchi
The 2" bell-shaped flowers are intense deep blue/purple with lighter blue recurved petals. Flowers fade to indigo-blue. This lax clinger is fragrant and very free flowering. Blooms June thru September.

$15.00
Elsa Spath
Rich lavender, overlapping to give somewhat of a double appearance. Red Anthers. Very free flowering.

$15.00
Ernest Markham
Magenta-red large flower with gold anthers. Very vigorous grower, blooming July, August and September. We feel the best red.

$15.00
Gillian Blades
Large pure white flower with ruffly edges and gold anthers. Blooms May, June and September.

$15.00
Hagley Hybrid
Medium-size rich pink flowers with ruffly edges and reddish anthers. Vigorous grower with 5-6" flowers blooming June and September.

$15.00
Jackmanii
The most profuse blooming dark purple Clematis. June, July and September blooming.

$15.00
Lemon Chiffon
Flowers are 4-6" across and are pale yellow-cream with a hint of pink. Anthers are yellow and has large seed heads. Will grow in semi shade. Blooms May-June and August.

$15.00
Nelly Moser
Pale pink with red bar down the middle of each petal. Blooms June and September.

$15.00
Paniculata
Very vigorous grower with clusters of small very fragile white flowers. Blooms August-September. A real winner!

$15.00
Tangutica
Striking small yellow bell-shaped flowers. Fast growing hardy vine. Blooms July thru October.

$15.00
Rouge Cardinal
Large deep velvety crimson flower with red anthers. Blooms June & September.

 
*Info and photo courtesy of Donahue's Greenhouse.

$15.00
Pink Champagne
Clematis
5″ deep rosy-pink, very free flowering, compact plant. Also known as Kakio, from Japan. Blooms May, June, August, and September. It is a real eye-catcher. Pruning type 2.
 
*Courtesy of Donahue's Clematis.
 
 

$15.00

Vines

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Aristolochia durior
Dutchman's Pipe
Vigorous, twining vine. Large, heart-shaped to rounded, dark green leaves. Grows flat against a trellis. Offers dense shade. Flowers brown, small, usually hidden by the leaves, resembles Meershaum pipe, hence the name. Sun or shade. 2006 Plant of Merit.
 
Height:
30'
Foliage:
Dark green
Habit:
Twining
Flower Color:
Brown, insignificant
Fruit:
Insignificant
Exposure:
Full Sun to Full Shade
Zone:
4-8

#1
$19.99
Campsis radicans
Trumpetvine
Shrubby, coarse foliage on a vigorous, twining vine. Will climb on stone or woodwork. Flowers are showy, orange and scarlet, 2.5-3" long, 1.5" wide at mouth, blooming in mid-summer. For protected locations in zone 4. Cut back to 8" to insure better bud break at time of planting. Yellow-green fall foliage.
 
Height:
20-40'
Foliage:
Lustrous, dark green
Habit:
Clinging
Flower Color:
Orange and red-scarlet
Fruit:
Insignificant
Exposure:
Full Sun
Zone:
4-9

#1-$15.00
Campsis radicans 'Flava'
Yellow Trumpetvine
A shrubby, climbing vine with coarse foliage. Flowers yellow to yellow-orange. An improved form of the species. Cut back to 8" to insure better bud break at time of planting.
 
Height:
20-40'
Foliage:
Green, coarse
Habit:
Clinging
Flower Color:
Yellow to yellow-orange
Fruit:
Insignificant
Exposure:
Full Sun
Zone:
5-9

$15.00
Celastrus scandens 'Bailumn'
First Editions® Autumn Revolution™ Bittersweet
A revolutionary breakthrough in Bittersweet culture. Imagine never having to wonder if you're buying or selling a male or female plant again? The majority of the flowers formed on Autumn Revolution are perfect, meaning that the flower itself has both male and female parts. In other words, you only need one plant to bear fruit. Perhaps because of this unique characteristic the fruit production is absolutely extraordinary and the berry size is twice that of the species. Should most definitely be considered for commercial production. Truly an extraordinary improvement for this beloved native vine.
 
Height:
15-25'
Foliage:
Glossy Green
Habit:
Twining
Flower Color:
Insignificant
Fruit:
Orange to red
Exposure:
Full Sun
Zone:
2-8

#3
$19.00
Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris
Climbing Hydrangea
One of the best vines for clinging to brick or stone walls. The white flowers are produced in flat-topped corymbs in late June or early July, 6-10" in diameter with a sweet fragrance. Does well in sun or shade. 1998 Cary Award Winner. 2006 Plant of Merit.
 
Height:
15-25'
Foliage:
Glossy, dark green
Habit:
Clinging
Flower Color:
White
Fruit:
Insignificant
Exposure:
Full Sun
Zone:
5-8

#2-$30
Lonicera x brownii 'Dropmore Scarlet'
Dropmore Scarlet Honeysuckle
Tall growing climber developed by F. L. Skinner of Dropmore, Manitoba. Bright orange-scarlet tubular flowers from June to September. Attractive rounded green foliage. Full sun or shade.
 
Height:
10-20'
Foliage:
Green
Habit:
Twining
Flower Color:
Bright orange
Fruit:
Red
Exposure:
Full Sun
Zone:
3-8

#3-$15.00
Parthenocissus tricuspidata
Boston Ivy
Dense, self-clinging vine. Attractive thick, glossy green foliage with exceptional fall color of orange to red. Blue-black berries favored by the birds. Excellent for covering masonry.
 
Height:
30-50'
Foliage:
Waxy, glossy green
Habit:
Clinging
Flower Color:
Insignificant
Fruit:
Blue
Exposure:
Full Sun
Zone:
4-9

$15.00
Wisteria macrostachya 'Aunt Dee'
Aunt Dee Wisteria
A twining vine needing a support to grow on. Light purple flowers slightly fragrant and borne in 7-12 inch clusters in May. Has done well in protected zone 4 areas.
 
Height:
15-25'
Foliage:
Green
Habit:
Twining
Flower Color:
Purple
Fruit:
Insignificant
Exposure:
Full Sun
Zone:
4-8

#3
$19.00
Lonicera x heckrotti
Goldflame Honeysuckle
Woody vine valued for its rosy-red and yellow flowers from June until frost. Fragrant flowers continue as new growth develops. Attractive oval blue green foliage on purplish-red glabrous stems. Shade tolerant.
Height:
10-20'
Foliage:
Blue-green
Habit:
Twining
Exposure:
Full Sun
Zone:
5-9
 
*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.
 
 
 

$15.00
Campsis radicans 'Stromboli'
First Editions® Atomic Red™ Trumpet Vine
Dark red buds open to orange-red trumpet-like flowers which deepen in color as they mature to an incredibly bold red. Tubular flowers are larger than the species measuring 3-4 inches long. A vigorous vine, it will climb on stone or woodwork. An outstanding vertical accent to add color to a sunny fence or wall.
 
Height: 20-30'
Foliage: Lustrous, dark green
Habit: Clinging
Flower Color: Red-orange
Fruit: Insignificant
Exposure: Full Sun
Zone: 4-9
 
*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries Inc.

$15.00