Rosa banksiae ‘Alba’
Vigorous growing climbing shrubby vine covered with delicate, white blossoms in clusters, in spring and early summer. Nearly thornless stems. Handsome when not in flower. Very few insect and disease problems. Evergreen.
Rosa banksiae ‘Lutea’
Vigorous climbing rose that is known for the masses of small yellow flowers that appear in clusters from spring into midsummer. Nearly thornless stems. Great trained on fences, walls or arbors. Evergreen.
Campsis radicans ‘Monbal’
Nice climbing vine that produces clusters of intense red trumpet shaped flowers, up to 4″ blooms in large clusters. Blooms late spring through fall. Vigorous grower, tolerates most soil types. Deciduous.
Campsis x tagliabuana ‘Madame Galen’
Flamboyant clusters of salmon-red, trumpet-shaped flowers appear all summer on arching branches of a vigorous self clinging vine. Outstanding quick screen. Heat tolerant and easy to grow. Deciduous.
Campsis x ‘HOMR’ PP18394
An easy to grow, deciduous vine with large, intense rose-colored flowers that bloom from spring through fall. Colorful cover for fences, trellises and arbors. Deciduous.
Vigorous self-clinging vine with five-pointed foliage that turns crimson in fall. Quickly covers walls or fences, good groundcover for rough areas. Grows well in most any soil. Deciduous.
Wisteria frutescens ‘Amethyst Falls’
Vigorous, climbing vine with dense, weeping clusters of fragrant, purple-blue flowers from late spring through summer. A spectacular cover for arbors, walls or fences. Needs a sturdy support. Deciduous.
Semi-evergreen, woody twining vine that works great as a covering for a fence, trellis or arbor. Its leaves are a leathery dark green. In summer, fragrant, reddish-purple, pea-like flowers bloom in large clusters.
Wisteria frutescens ‘Nivea’
Vigorous, climbing vine with weeping clusters of fragrant, white flowers from late spring through summer. A spectacular cover for arbors, walls or fences. Needs a sturdy support. Deciduous.
A deciduous, woody-stemmed twining vine with dark green leaves. Long grape-like clusters of sweetly-scented purple blooms are boldly displayed in spring. Nice effect when twining around arbors and trellises.