7,395 vines Home Design Photos

CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
Hydrangea petiolaris.jpg
they grow select vines (no ivy please!) on both alive and dead tree trunks. In your case, keep in mind that the extra weight of the vine, once mature, will
tree trunk for collapsing. Also, the extra moisture under the foliage of the vine will speed up the rot of the dead trunk. Good luck!
good idea to plant vine to climb up our trees in
standing. Trunks make perfect supports for vines.
love the idea of adding flowing vines to dead tree trunk!
dies, leave about 6 feet to act as a climbing pole for vine such as these.
mature trees, we can take advantage of the trunks to support a few choice vining plants, like this very hardy climbing hydrangea (Hydrangea petiolaris).
leave 6 feet or more of the trunk standing. Trunks make perfect supports for vines.
vines on some of the dead trees
“For dead tree?” — carmeli_p
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Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Peter Wodarz
The petunias/wet potatoes vine and bodivila vine
june plant a mandevilla vine..grows quickly bloom all summer
Add a Mandevilla vine. They are treated as an annual in most of the Southeast but will grow quickly and bloom all summer long.
What are the vines on the pergola?...lush color. Vine above the fireplace
“Maybe build somekind of trellis behind in between the two houses to add color with vines and break u” — prudenceminnihan
Kimberley Bryan
9 Reviews
Gorge Style
large vines, though I would have cut back some stuff to make it look nicer.
simple arbor that is wide and tall enough to accommodate vines
vine idea...vine type?...Stone pavers and vined trellis...Pergola with vines...Vines & Pergola...Grape vine...Vine canopy...vines like Williamsburg Inn
“trellis with plant” — zeldaanddakota
Old Farm
Yes, from the twining look of the vines to the leaf form, I'd say you've guessed correctly!
vines. size, vines growing from ground
Look at the pavers and the planting area for a vine or a pot with drip to it
Hanging plants and wisteria vines...Pergola vine...Column vines...vines on the pergola...Vines on pergola...Planting vines at corners...Vine in ground to pole
“Floor of pergola” — spitlers4
Landscape East & West
1 Review
Photobook: patios, water features, walls, gates and more!
The climbing vines are grapes. In the northwest US and more specifically the north Willamette
Cool vines n stuff...purgola and vine grower...Similar ro our grape vine...good for grape vine?...vine tent...The trellis not the vine...Screening with vines...Screen for vines...Terrace grape vine...Cage for vine growth
“Cool vines n stuff” — Libby Gray
mediterranean retreat in palo alto
passionflower vine or climbing rose vine planted on the front posts of the back sitting area, followed
vines in front of scroll front patio?
love vines...covered patio & flowering vines...bouganvillia vine?...plants/vines on columns...climbing vines trained around
“Trellis” — bbinkyus
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
Kintzley's Ghost honeysuckle (Lonicera reticulata 'Kintzley's Ghost')
Kintzley's Ghost honeysuckle vine photo by Jocelyn H. Chilvers
its muted colors. It’s a twining vine, so it can also shade the garden on pergolas or trellises. This deciduous vine produces yellow flowers in late spring
its muted colors. It’s a twining vine, so it can also shade the garden on pergolas or trellises. This deciduous vine produces yellow flowers in late spring
stunning vertical accent plant, or plant several as a screen. As a twining-type vine, it will grow best on a support structure with small-diameter components
“Very Pretty” — 4everbright
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
North Hollywood, CA: Chad Foydl
Can you tell me the name of the vine going up teach side of the window please?
The home owner says that they are potato vines. Thanks for your question!
"I went from 0 to 100, and I think I planted over 150 different plants, vines and trees. I can't say they've all survived, but most of them have, and my
my yards are getting better and better every season."He sent climbing vines up every corner of the house to create the vibe of an overgrown cottage garden
“This is a more basic trellis design.” — LawnWorks
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