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What is the form on which the vine is growing?
What is the form on which the vine is growing? Is it homemade or store bought? Where can I get it? I can only find the clunky white wooden or rod iron ones. This
What type of vine is that? Is it evergreen? Thanks!
Hello and thanks for your inquiry! It does look like Nasturtium but it's Thunbergia gregorii, Orange Clock Vine. The National Gardening Association suggests this vine for zones 9-10.
fast growing annual vine for summer blank for winter
of the vine structure to create privacy.
Industrial looking modern trellis w/ fav vine!
John J. Kehoe Photography
Vitis 'Roger's Red'
Hello, I came across this photo and was wondering what type of vine this is? Thank you!
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is this a grape vine ?
Wild grape vines for the fence?
Love this california native wild grape vine vin for entry arbor
then start to dry, like raisins Winter: Bare vines; the peeling bark on twisted and gnarled vines is both elegant and rugged.
leaves change to bright reds, oranges and yellows; the grapes will continue to ripen, then start to dry, like raisinsWinter: Bare vines; the peeling bark on twisted and gnarled vines is both elegant and rugged.When to plant: Fall to spring is ideal
flowers in the spring, early-summer green fruit to late-summer deep red (ripe) grapes and full foliage, vibrant foliage in the fall and gnarled naked vines in the winter. Grape is a host plant for our beloved hummingbird moth — aka the white-lined sphinx moth — while the naturally sun-dried “raisins” provide
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
Nice pots with vines growing out
I like the idea of using pots to house vines and grapes...very
grape vines in big pots - clean idea
Good solution for a vining plant that you can't put in the ground
Grape vines in large terra cotta planters!
vines in large pots....g. idea; this is grape vine
“urn or two. In this Greek garden, matching pots hold a vine and a spreading grape, but you could easily
Huge planter with vines going up through the columns
Finish the look. Sometimes all you need is a simple urn or two. In this Greek garden, matching pots hold a vine and a spreading grape, but you could easily fill pots like this with a dwarf fruit tree, flowers or bougainvillea. Another option would be to convert
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Paradise Valley Residence
What plant is the vining green?
continues to weather to that gorgeous rust patina, and the vines get the moisture they need to flourish.
vines growing up around shower area
sturdy trellises) and vines can be used in very tight spaces to provide plenty of privacy without sacrificing the delights of the garden. Fast-climbing, twining vines like clematis, honeysuckle (Lonicera spp) and akebia can provide flowers or fragrance, too.
fast-climbing vines such as clematis, h
The vine idea is cheap and easy
combination of a structure and plants. Grid-like fences (or sturdy trellises) and vines can be used in very tight spaces to provide plenty of privacy without sacrificing the delights of the garden. Fast-climbing, twining vines like clematis, honeysuckle (Lonicera spp) and akebia can provide flowers or fragrance
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
A purple hyacinth bean vine (Lablab purpureus) drapes one of the gateways. Planted as an annual in Pennsylvania it will grow up to 20’ in a season, producing purple/pink flowers and fabulous purple pods all summer long. The leaves, flowers and pods look beautiful both clambering on the fence and in mixed
is it? Would love to know if you actually planted it in containers of some sort on the arch that quickly get covered by the vines?
The bean is a beautiful vine... Is it also edible?
What type of vine is it?
The vine is actually planted in the ground. We started it from seeds in early Spring. This photo was taken in late September or early October.
purple hyacinth bean vine = annual - grows up to 20 feet season
Diane Licht Landscape Architect
Grape Arbor - Overhead
How long does it take for the grape vines to get that tall. how do you train the fruit trees to grow over?
scale; classic design that allows a vine to create a canopy.
arbor for a cornucopia of fresh fruit. Vines are not the only fruit that can be trained to grow overhead. Although slower than vines, lemon, lime, fig, apple and pear — to name just a few — are great choices to cover an arbor or a pergola. Tip: Use a deciduous vine such as grape or kiwifruit where you
beautiful vines with flowers wrapping around each pole.
arbor for a cornucopia of fresh fruit.Vines are not the only fruit that can be trained to grow overhead. Although slower than vines, lemon, lime, fig, apple and pear — to name just a few — are great choices to cover an arbor or a pergola.Tip: Use a deciduous vine such as grape or kiwifruit where you want
Sally Wheat Interiors
What kind of climbing vine did you use
This is not my design but my guess is its solanum jasminioides- white potato vine. at first i thought it was needle point ivy but the white flowers changed my mind. i could see either working but the white potato vine would require weekly pruning in the growing season. needlepoint would be slower
Vines trained in pattern on wooden fence
patio cover and vine on wall
endless, but typically fruit trees, shrubs with compact growth and vines that cling are the best choices.
Wheat enlisted her husband to help her do something different in the backyard. “It seemed like everyone was training vines in X patterns,” she says. When her husband suggested O shapes, she readily
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
what type of vine is this?
wood guarantee and wood rot problem - vines void the warranty
my builder said the wood products company would not provide a warranty for wood with vines growing on it. My pergola started rotting out after 4 years of vines. What wood would be recommended and how long
In certain situations the horizontal beams and posts can be capped with flashing to prolong the life. Part of having a vine on a trellis or arbor is pruning and maintaining the vine so that it doesn't lay on the adjacent house or become a huge pile of vegetation.
greenery between stepstones. semi open pergola. not completely covered with vines
the arbor and vines. Could improve the seating.
right out of a book on medieval Renaissance gardens. Walkways lined with vine-covered pergolas were very common in these types of outdoor areas, and they provide gorgeous inspiration for our gardens, too!