Trumpet Creeper Madame Galen The Trumpet Creeper 'Madame Galen', 'Campsis x tagliabuana 'Madame Galen', produces showy racemes of salmon-red colored tubular flowers that will impress all summer long. Madem Galen is a vigorous grower, it can grow up to 40 feet! Bloom time is late summer to early fall. This deciduous vine fhas an extra long bloom season. It is excellent for covering fences or arbors. This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and birds.
Japanese Honeysuckle Halliana When used as a ground cover, they are about 2 feet tall. It produces rampant growth capable of engulfing wire or chain-link fences in just a couple of seasons. It is also a reliable, fragrant evergreen vine for a shade arbor. Honeysuckle can be cut nearly to the ground in late winter/early spring when it becomes too big; new shoots emerge and growth resumes in the spring. Capable of covering huge amounts of space in a short time, this vine makes a great ground cover on banks and slopes for erosion control. Be aware that is can be quite invasive.
Trumpet Creeper It is also known as the Trumpet Vine and is a tough vine for hot and dry sites. The abundant sprays of trumpet-shaped orange flowers cover this deciduous vine for an extra long bloom season. Trumpet Creepers are often grown with multiple trunks. This plant flowers best in a full sun location. The rapid growth makes it an excellent plant for covering fences or arbors.
Ivy English The English Ivy, Hedera helix, is a classic, fan-shaped, silver green English Ivy from the Fall Magic collection. English Ivy is a strong growing, trailing variety that's great for baskets, containers, or as a groundcover. The dense growth and abundant leaves form a thick canopy just above the ground, and prevent sunlight from reaching other plants. It is widely used by homewoners, hirticulturists, landscape contractors and others desiring a fast growing, low maintainence, evergreen cover.
Dropmore Scarlet Honeysuckle Vine The Dropmore Scarlet Honeysuckle Vine, Lonicera 'Dropmore Scarlet', is a vining honeysuckle that is very winter hardy and easy to grow. Hummingbirds are always visiting this plant in our gardens. Dropmore Scarlet Honeysuckle Vines do best in at least a half day of full sun in consistently moist, organic soil. Be sure to give it a support to climb on right away or soon after it's planted. Easy to grow in fertile, well-drained soil.
Ivy Duckfoot The Duckfoot Vine, Hedera Helix, has small, matt, olive green, rounded, fan shaped leaves that look just like little duck feet. Duckfoots have fast growing short internodes and a good self branching habit. A nicely trailing variety that's especially good in baskets. Other uses are for groundcover indoors and terrariums.
Five Leaf Akebia This twining woody vine can also be used as a groundcover and should be planted in full sun. Akebia is deciduous in cool climates and remain evergreen in warmer regions. Because it is a rapid grower, one will need to cut back Akebia throughout the season and to the ground at the end of the summer.
Variegated Mountain Fleece As the leaves mature thay turn a marbled white and green with pink hilights and red stems. To maintain form, this plant should be pruned back extensively every spring.
Lemon Lace Vine The Lemon Lace Vine, 'Polygonum', is one of the fastest growing vines. It can climb up to 25’ and has small, creamy white flowers that cluster the golden foliage. Growing from 25-35’, ‘Silver Lemon Vine’ is a winner all around.
Aunt Dee Wisteria It prefer deep, moist, well drained soil in full sun. Prune after flowering.
Trumpet Creeper Indian Summer The unique colored blooms appear in late summer.
Boston Ivy The glossy, dark green, three-lobed leaves turn bright red in the fall.
Dutchmans Pipe Dutchman's Pipe, Aristolochia durior, is primarily grown for foliage.
Yellow Trumpet Creeper The Yellow Trumpet Creeper, Campsis radicans 'Flava', is a rapid growing, clinging vine produces yellow trumpet shaped flowers in the summer months that attract hummingbirds.