Vines & Climbers

Vines & Climbers

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  • Armenian Cucumber Dark Green
    Cucumis melo var. flexuosus

    Crisp, juicy cucumber (var. Melon) that needs no peeling or de-seeding. A bitter-free burpless heirloom that is great for salads, canning, pickling, and relish. Good long season production until fall. Fruits grow up to 36" in length but best harvested at 12"-15". Grow on a trellis for straighter fruits.

  • Cardinal Climber
    Ipomoea multifida

    Vigorous and fast climber with bright scarlet flowers. Similar to Cypress Vine but with larger leaves. Makes a beautiful screen if trained to climb or can be used as a groundcover if allowed to ramble.

  • Chocolate Vine
    Akebia quinata

    Fast growing vine with purple flowers and chocolate fragrance. Produces violet fruits that are edible. Blooms from April to May and the seeds ripen in September/October. Can be invasive. Image By Apple2000 via Wikimedia Commons

  • Cypress Vine (Ipomoea quamoclit)
    Ipomoea quamoclit

    Brilliant red star-shaped flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies. The leaves are feathery and provide a wonderful texture for this annual vine. The vine can grow up to 15 feet and makes a good screen for unsightly areas.

  • Hops
    Humulus lupulus common

    Common Beer Hops. Fast growing vine reaching up to 20 feet and producing flowers used for beer or medicinal teas and flavors. Leaves can be eaten in salads or cooked. Grow as a shrub with hard pruning or as a vine with a strong tall trellis to climb on.

  • Hyacinth Bean
    Lablab purpureus

    A fast growing vine prized for its beautiful flowers and brilliant purple seed pods. The plant is edible though the mature beans require boiling with frequent water changes. The beans can be used as forage for animals.

  • Hyacinth Bean (Red Leaf)
    Lablab purpureus RL

    A fast growing vine prized for its deep red leaves, beautiful fragrant flowers and brilliant purple seed pods. The plant is edible though the mature beans require boiling with frequent water changes.

  • Morning Glory Heavenly Blue
    Ipomoea tricolor HB

    Spectacular blue flowers that love to 'Show Off'. Can be grown on a fence or trellis and reach up to 12 feet in height. Easy to grow (soak seeds overnight before sowing). Fresh Untreated Seed.

  • Nasturtium Jewel Mix
    Tropaeolum majus JM

    These delightful annuals will grow in most soils, in full sun or partial shade, and are great for a low growing groundcover. The bright orange, red, yellow, and cream blossoms are edible, and will flower all summer long!

  • Sweet Pea Royal Family

    Royal Family Sweet Peas are fragrant and produce larger blooms and more flowers per stem than other Sweet Pea varieties. The more you pick, the more they produce and a vase of Sweet Peas is a welcoming sight, plus their wonderful fragrance will fill the air indoors or out.

  • Trumpet Vine
    Campsis radicans RED

    Heirloom native with beautiful scarlet trumpet like flowers that are a magnet for hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees. A vigorous cold hardy vine that thrives in full sun or partial shade. Clings to garden structures, and grows in any average soil.

  • Wisteria Chinese
    Wisteria sinensis

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