Cardinal or Cypress Vine. Ipomoea quamoclit. plant it once and you have it for a lifetime- it grows like a weed in Texas. If it goes where you don't want it, it is fairly easy to pull off. I love the vivid red against the brilliant green. Hummingbirds love it. by Hercio Dias
Good plant guide - Id like a bit of ornamental grasses in the border too I think..
Monstera Obliqua “Swiss Cheese Vine” easy to grow in bright indirect light and good soil. Can be allowed to trail like this, or grown up on a post or trellis. Leaves get bigger as it ages.
A crescent garden container filled with coleus, petunias, new guinea impatiens, mandevilla, and potato vine.
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Always on the lookout for great plants and ideas for YOU, Grumpy recently attended Ball Horticultural Company's plant trials in lovely Ventura, California. And out of all the wondrous visions my ea...
Jasminum Officinalle Grandiflorum - French Perfume Jasmine, Poets jasmine - very fragrant large single flowers. Essential oil of this jasmine is one of the most important components in perfumery. Semi-evergreen to deciduous vine. This vine has lots of fragrant white flowers in spring, summer, and fall. Drought and pollution tolerant. Jasmine associates nicely with climbing roses, honeysuckle or clematis, but it looks superb grown on its own. The species is hardy. It has good toleranc
Chocolate Vine (Akebia quinata) A semi-evergreen, trailing climber with scented purple-maroon flowers in the spring, which are often followed by very unusual, elongated purple fruits during a long, hot summer.