9,163 vines Home Design Photos

John Kehoe
Vitis 'Roger's Red'
Hello, I came across this photo and was wondering what type of vine this is? Thank you!
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is this a grape vine ?
Wild grape vines for the fence?
Love this california native wild grape vine vin for entry arbor
vitis roger's red wild grape vine
then start to dry, like raisins Winter: Bare vines; the peeling bark on twisted and gnarled vines is both elegant and rugged.
leaves change to bright reds, oranges and yellows; the grapes will continue to ripen, then start to dry, like raisinsWinter: Bare vines; the peeling bark on twisted and gnarled vines is both elegant and rugged.When to plant: Fall to spring is ideal
flowers in the spring, early-summer green fruit to late-summer deep red (ripe) grapes and full foliage, vibrant foliage in the fall and gnarled naked vines in the winter. Grape is a host plant for our beloved hummingbird moth — aka the white-lined sphinx moth — while the naturally sun-dried “raisins” provide
“great color with a native Vitis Californica” — penfoldgarden
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Hortus Oasis
15 Reviews
Cocoa Beach Courtyard Garden
The Florida native cross vine (Bignonia capreolata) blooms orange-red on and off during the warm months. www.hortusoasis.com
Could someone please tell me what this vine is? Its beautiful!
Bignonia capreolata 'Tangerine Beauty' or 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
The Florida native cross vine (Bignonia capreolata) .
Climbing Cross Vine is very hardy in Texas.
Super Hardy in Texas -- climbing Cross Vine.
Cross vine. Like from grandma Hecker
“If grows on new wood good.” — Dominique Remars
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
How do you do this trellis? What kind of vine is growing on the wire?
What is the vine you planted?
Can you tell me what the vine growing up the trellis?
LOVE this vine trained in the simple lattice design to use around the fountain
diamond shape vines on wall - for garage wall
Pattern for growing vines on a wall.
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
“Plant” — dshep01
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Vegetable Gardens
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
“Entryway” — Janice VanOss
Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Country Club Drive
What is the name of the beautiful vine in this photo? Thanks!
vine up columns and under soffit
Love the vining on the posts
planting hole for the vines, excellent idea!!
Kind of like vine growing up the posts -
vine growing up the post (pool House idea)
Like the vine growing through the patio
opening in concert to grow vine.
“Postbase” — dougcabin
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
Hydrangea petiolaris.jpg
There 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 speed up the process of your dead tree trunk for collapsing. Also, the extra moisture under the foliage of the vine will speed up the rot of
down, it is a good idea to leave 6 feet or more of the trunk standing. Trunks make perfect supports for vines.
good idea to plant vine to climb up our trees in back yard to give color
love the idea of adding flowing vines to dead tree trunk!
Add to ideabook by CYAN Horticulture by CYAN Horticulture When blessed with mature trees, we can take advantage of the trunks to support a few choice vining plants, like this very hardy
“hydrangea periolaris” — parrilli
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Peter Wodarz
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
pink & purple cascading container flowers with green (sweet potato?) vine
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.
Add a Mandevilla vine. They are treated as an annual in most of the Southeast but will grow quickly and bloom all summer long.
“Container plantings” — c ft
SB Garden Design
love the screen and want same because vines are the best solution for quick and beautiful privacy in Phoenix. Where can I source this or did you have them fabricated?
Which wall vine is this? Orange clock?
Climbing vines are a favorite-love this natural and colorful wall of pretty.
terra trellis, high, orange clock vine
view of two-story neighbors, landscape architect Bartron bolted this tall custom metal trellis onto the garage wall. She added colorful Orange Clock Vine for additional privacy.
“climbing trellis” — Ian Wendler
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