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Sally Wheat Interiors
Tangley @
What kind of climbing vine did you use
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, but perhaps easier over the long run.
Nails create form for vines . . . stretch wire over them. Jasmine vines
Jasmine vines trained on nails looped with wires as vine supports
Jasmine vines now make fragrant circles around the patio. “I wanted to do something different,” Wheat explains.
Love the O vines shaped on the fence walls
Jasmine vines trained on wire/nails for design
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 agreed. He used nails to create the form and stretched
“Like” — mllandy
Anne F Walters Company, Landscape Architects
Bryn Mawr Residence
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.
Sweet potato vine. Comes in different colors and grow fast. Good filler for big pots.
Sweet potato vine a fast growing climber
potato vine for an arbor? clever
potato vine climbing wall in one season
ornamental sweet potato vine can cover in a season.
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
potato vine can cover a wall in a season.
“top of trellis comes to a peak. Can match shed.” — jamesgh
JOHN DANCEY Custom Designing/Remodeling/Building
California Mission, Spanish Colonial
trumpet vine? this is crossvine used in pots
tangerine cross vine - another climber
I love the Mandevilla vine on the porch in the planter
flowering vine creeping up the pillars
Mandevilla vine; campsis radicans; tangerine cross vine(?)
Climbing flowering vines for the columns...
like this vine and want to use on fence or arbor
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 its length. A wire trellis along your fence
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.
“vines” — ckubb06
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Northome Addition
Potato vine green, lime and purple
Cascade of vine over stone wall
sweet potato vine covered wall
Love the wall with the draping vines/shrubs
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 a bright and lively lime. It
potato vine adds vertical interest to any garden.
“Potato vines growing over fence” — cbahr9957
Pendleton Design Management
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, great smaller shrub-like tree.
Vine Maple---beautiful tree with various light and water requirements
“Great leaves and height” — karendfortier
Andrew Renn
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Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
kind of vine is growing on the wire?
what the vine growing up the trellis?
vines trained in criss cross pattern
paving, the vine on the house, the low walls.
Crisscross vine for side wall by kitchen
vines trained in a diamond panel to soften architecture
Train vines. This is the season of rapid growth. Train vines on support structures while they're still manageable. Ask anyone who’s ever had a rambunctious vine get out of hand and you’ll appreciate the value of doing this task early and often.
Vines were trained in meticulous patterns in the formal
“pool” — 7tok
Connelly Construction, LLC
6 Reviews
Richards Drive 1
trellised vine on side of house
"train" the vines to grow along the wires and eventually the jasmine needs to be trimmed or it goes wild!
Asian Jasmine growing on a wire grid. The grid is formed by running galvanized wire to and fro between large eye bolts anchored in the brick wall. The grid alone looks pretty cool. It is fun to "train" the vines to grow along the wires
When vines are trained in a diamond-shape pattern resembling a lattice, the result is called a Belgian fence.
“It's Asian Jasmine growing on a wire grid. The grid is formed by running galvanized wire to and fro” — Julie Legrand
Hortus Oasis
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Cocoa Beach Courtyard Garden
cross vine (Bignonia capreolata) blooms orange-red on and off during the warm months. www.hortusoasis.com
what this vine is? Its beautiful!
cross vine is a vine native to the southeastern U.S.
vine for north east wall of house
Garden vine - evergreen -- Napa 9b
Botanical name: Bignonia capreolata Common name: Crossvine Vines
Climbing Cross Vine is very hardy in Texas.
Super Hardy in Texas -- climbing Cross Vine.
Cross vine. Like from grandma Hecker
“the arrangement” — theresa123321
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