7,044 vines Home Design Photos

CBI Design Professionals, Inc.
1 Review
Side Entry Exterior
Ideabooks2,742
Questions3
also love the vine on stone...Vines, vines, vines...Vines and wood and whiye...Vines growing-maybe...Love the climbing vines...vines on exterior. Hedges
“love this” — koryrinda
Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
Ideabooks1,683
Questions3
Gravel again? Vine growing on house.
I always like when vines grow on sides of houses
Vines and flowers add so much...p vine...LOVE vines on a building...Vine covered...vine/ rock...love the vines...garden pots and vines
“Wall” — emily_marie_5
Jeff King & Company
7 Reviews
Garden Shed
Ideabooks6,426
Questions3
plants ivy star jasmine wisteria fix trellis / wire to sides to secure vines
Vines and climbers on the outside of the shed
wisteria or even wonga vine on latice would look great on the south wall of the barn
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
into a charming retreat with greenery. A frame extends the vertical wall of vine above the height of the small building, further obscuring the structure from
a network of wires to the side of the building allows you to secure the vines properly so they won’t fall off in the wind. Covering walls with greenery
“Lattice/Metal” — Mike Anderson
Taylor Lombardo Architects
2 Reviews
Taylor Lombardo Architects
Ideabooks13,800
Questions11
know what the flowering vine is on the roof?
The white flowering vine is a clematis. There are
Would you mind sharing the name and variety of the beautiful flowering vine?? thank you, susan
love the flowering vines what are they and where can i buy them
Climbing vine on iron gate to backyard. Leave
backyard is planting vines and flowers with lots of color. Over time, the vines will mature and flowers will blossom! Trumpet vines, bougainvillea and
and potato vines are essential for color!
what you have when looking for a way to support long, flowing plants. Most vines and climbers can be trained to crawl in a general direction, but it's important
The vine is a Clematis Montana.
“Entree fleurie” — lilasdegeorges
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Rustic
Ideabooks30,235
Questions13
WHAT KIND OF FLOWERING VINE IS THIS AND WILL IT GROW IN KENTUCKY ?
Beautiful! how did you adhere the vine to the stone? Our house is built out of Hardi Board and I want to grow a vine around our garage.
What kind of vine was this, I looked, but didn't see a reply from the others who asked. Thanks
Flower vine...wall vines...Love the vines!...Love this vine...Stone and vine...Vine climbing...Portacachere. Vines...colorful vine
“Buganvilia” — elenacorvera
Diego Bortolato
the views
Ideabooks10,540
Questions5
Boxes with vines- gives height immediately-
wall with vine to soften the look from the street
fair game as the ground. Make use of this space by implementing attractive vines and creepers, hanging lights, sconces, or even picture frames and mirrors
What type of vine is this?...vine and narrow tall plant box
“Interesting wall covering” — docdap
McKinney Photography
4 Reviews
Tuscan House
Ideabooks3,748
Questions4
Does anyone know what kind of vines these are - so beautiful. Potato vines by any chance?
Arbor with vines...Green vines...Vine archway overlooking...Vine frame...Vine cover patio...Green vine arbor...Climbing vine...beautiful vine trellis...Vines on arch to view!
“Plant covered pergola” — Emily Rothrock - WPL Site Design
J. Peterson Garden Design
Gardens
Ideabooks747
Questions0
alternative to trumpet vine. Can use a trellis and may not be as invasive
take center stage during the colder months. It's a fairly low-maintenance vine, provided you give it consistent moisture. Although it will bloom in partial
Plant in a container, cross vine...trumpet vine...Cross vine...love this vine...flower vine for the...Love this vine ......Vine for hot tub...tubular vines...Vine with flexible requirements
“crossvine (Bignonia capreolata, zones 6 to 9)” — Lia Ray
© 2014 Houzz Inc. Houzz® The new way to design your home™