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JOHN DANCEY Custom Designing/Remodeling/Building
1 Review
California Mission, Spanish Colonial
Ideabooks3,145
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what is the red climbing vine called?
trumpet vine? this is crossvine used in pots
Climbing flowering vines for the columns...
tangerine cross vine - another climber
I love the Mandevilla vine on the porch in the planter. Very nice porch for entertaining.
like this vine and want to use on fence or arbor
How to use it. This vine is a long one, growing up to 40 feet, so be sure to give it a space that will accommodate it. Tall trellises, arbors, fences and walls will show it off beautifully, and although it is a clinging vine, it will appreciate a support system because of
of its length. A wire trellis along your fence line will support the vine without damaging your fence, making fence repairs or replacement much easier.Crossvine can also be used in container plantings — just be sure to give it a large enough container for its roots to expand.
“crossvine” — jen_k_2222
Anne F Walters Company, Landscape Architects
Bryn Mawr Residence
Ideabooks1,625
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Need to cover a wall? Try ornamental sweet potato vine. A relative of the vigorous 'Morning Glory' vine, sweet potato vine can cover a wall in a season.
potato vine for an arbor? clever
potato vine climbing wall in one season
ornamental sweet potato vine can cover in a season.
ornamental sweet potato vine, relative of morning glory
Sweet potato vine - a great looking and fast growing
potato vine or even a watermelon vine works well.
Placing a trellis against a wall gives climbing vines a structure to cling to, saving the wall from invasive roots that can weaken it.
Need to cover a wall? Try ornamental sweet potato vine. A relative of the vigorous 'Morning Glory' vine, sweet
sweet potato vine can cover a wall in a season.
“Water feature classic” — Alison Benzimra
Connelly Construction, LLC
6 Reviews
Richards Drive 1
Ideabooks3,642
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cover ugly siding on the back of house with these vines
train vines to grow on patterned support
Galvanized wire and eyes bolts to train vines
When vines are trained in a diamond-shape pattern resembling a lattice, the result is called a Belgian fence.
If you can devote the time to it (or are able to hire a gardener), you can train your vines to grow on a patterned support.
“Plants” — ecmaxwell
Jeff King & Company
7 Reviews
Garden Shed
Ideabooks5,284
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support for vines that keep vine off shed wall
The shed is hidden, by vines
Grow vines on a trellis or support. The best way to avoid damage to your house is by training vines to grow on a trellis placed at least 6 inches away from the side of your home — most are placed too close, which allows the vines to adhere to the exterior wall and the trellis. Any type of vine that can
Want a fully vine-covered look? You can still get that using trellises. Take this garden shed as inspiration — cleverly positioned supports allow the vines to cover the structure without actually growing on it, protecting it from damage
Want a fully vine-covered look? You can still get that using trellises. Take this garden shed as inspiration — cleverly positioned supports allow the vines to cover the structure without actually growing on it, protecting it from damage.
“Vigne” — boltonest8
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
Northome Addition
Ideabooks1,055
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Potato vine green, lime and purple
sweet potato vine - plant in spring
sweet potato vine for rock walls
Cascade of vine over stone wall
sweet potato vine covered wall
Love the wall with the draping vines/shrubs
climbs a wooden pergola, sweet potato vine adds vertical interest to any garden.
n search of a perfect plant? Try sweet potato vine, which comes in a deep, dark green or
Whether it tumbles off the top of a stone wall or climbs a wooden pergola, sweet potato vine adds vertical interest to any garden.
“Wall with foliage.” — lsheridan
Pendleton Design Management
Trees
Ideabooks415
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This is a maple but not a Japanese maple. Acer circinatum (Vine Maple) if you would like to see other varieties of maples visit our website at pendletondm.com
Vine maple. Corner of house?
Pacific Northwest native vine maple (Acer circinatum)
Vine maple for under front bedroom
Vine maple zone 5-9 along ocean. Like color year round.
Vine maple, great smaller shrub-like tree.
“Vine maple” — whitneywinn
Atelier Nelumbo Garden Design
Provençal Garden
Ideabooks1,270
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9 to 11). Some vines can be invasive in certain areas, so be sure to do your research before planting them. More great vines
Vines. Vines may be planted within rock crevices in wall facades or along the top and allowed to cascade downward. Vines to consider include
(Bougainvillea cvs, zones 9 to 11). Some vines can be invasive in certain areas, so be sure to do your research before planting them. More great vines
Vines. Vines may be planted within rock crevices in wall facades or along the top and allowed to cascade downward. Vines to consider include ornamental raspberry
(Bougainvillea cvs, zones 9 to 11). Some vines can be invasive in certain areas, so be sure to do your research before planting them.
“MEDITERRANEAN--STEPS ON SLOPE” — nebtexs2
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
Ideabooks3,561
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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.
“Pots and plant in pot” — leomaj48
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