Twining spring flowering vine with showy flowers. It has fragrant purple blooms in clusters. Great for arbors, lath covered patios or may be trained into a small tree. Needs strong support for climbing.
Very popular, vigorous, spreading evergreen vine with glossy, green foliage. Covers fences, arbors and trellises by twining its stems through the structure. In spring, masses of bright yellow, tubular flowers cover the foliage and is a truly spectacular sight.
Native to Texas, this spectacular, vigorous growing vine provides a dazzling floral display like no other. Pale purple to white blooms are highlighted with purplish filaments that radiate from the center of the flower. The blooms are fragrant, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. Yellow fruit develops after the flowers appear. A great, quick cover…
A spectacular showing from this woody tropical vine that is covered with daisy-like bright orange flowers. Flowers are borne in small clusters and change to a red color as the flower matures. The rampant growth make this a great selection as a cover for arbors, trellises, pillars or posts. Structural support is essential.
Fast growing vine with purple tinged green leaves. Fragrant purple and white flowers in summer. Good quick cover for large areas or useful as erosion control.
"Rich green oval pointed leaves with prominent veins grow to 5"". New growth is covered with brownish fuzz. Fragrant long-tubed flowers up to 3"" long are borne at stem ends during summer. Blossoms are white at first then change to pink and finally to red. Good covering for fences and arbors."