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Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
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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!
use the pot (with open bottom) to "contain" the vine that will go over gazebo trellis
vines in large pots....g. idea; this is grape vine
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
Fashion a planter. Urns occupy the space between the ground and a stone wall here, serving as architectural bases for climbing vines.
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Vitis 'Roger's Red'
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Hello, I came across this photo and was wondering what type of vine this is? Thank you!
Love this california native wild grape vine vin for entry arbor
This is so fabulous ,the color red. Vitis roger red is the name of this vine plant.
California grape vine Rogers red
LIKE THE TREE/VINE VERY MUCH
Vitis 'Roger's Red' grape vine
Question about vine...Grape vine...colour of vine...beautiful vine...What is this vine?...the vine....Climbing vine...Vine color...grape vine
“Love the autumn red of Roger’s California Grape, and it will be winter hardy at my house.” — Sylvia Percy
Thompson Custom Homes
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Bordley
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What kind of vine is growing in there? Is it supported or self supporting?
That is creeping fig. Self supporting.
That vine is "creeping fig".
Like the design, not the vines
ethereal, with the vines covering the arches.
Vines - inside laini (wall
archway with climbing vines, lighting
lights and vines...Vines and light...Creeping Fig Vine...vine on house
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Diane Licht Landscape Architect
Grape Arbor - Overhead
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How long does it take for the grape vines to get that tall. how do you train the fruit trees to grow over?
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
“Over front door” — Robin MacAulay
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
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Vegetable Gardens
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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
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Milieu Design
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Peter Wodarz
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What are the vines on the pergola?
The petunias/wet potatoes vine and bodivila vine
june plant a mandevilla vine..grows quickly bloom all summer
lush color. Vine above the fireplace
To plant in June - Add a Mandevilla vine. They are treated as an annual in most of the Southeast but will grow quickly and bloom all summer long.
purple cascading container flowers with green (sweet potato?) vine
Add a Mandevilla vine. They are treated as an annual in most of the Southeast but will grow quickly and bloom all summer long.
“Hidden” — Travis Shaw
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
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Pickering
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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.
the arbor and vines. Could improve the seating.
back of the cottage by grape vine?
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!
“terasa” — Beka Akhvlediani
sususu
mediterranean retreat in palo alto
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carport veranda base planter evergreen vine arch
vines in front of scroll front patio?
like the vines. veraneras?
vines against the covered patio
Climbing flowers on supports
flowery vines around the arches
plants/vines on columns
climbing vines trained around arches
Vines on portal...rose vines
“flowers” — fontana39
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