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All Plants on this page are in Trade Quart Pots (Qt.) which are 1.68Pints (794 ml) liquid measure. 

(Similar to a true nursery quart on top width and height, but tapered to a smaller bottom for lighter shipping.)

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Plant Size for shrubs and trees Most people have never seen a shrub/vine in a quart pot. Many garden centers don't even offer Perennials in quarts any more.  In garden centers, shrubs are generally only available in much larger containers: 1-3 gallons.  Please take a look at this photo of Quart Shrubs to get a sense of what shrubs in a quart pot look like and read about Plant Size and Age on this page so that you have realistic expectations.   We want you to be happy!  If you're not familiar with a quart size shrubs/vines you should take the time to look at these links!  
About Deer and Vines.  Many plants below are listed as Deer Resistant.  Not deer proof, mind you.  If a deer is starving he will eat anything but Wisteria.  They have to be on death's door to eat Wisteria.  

$17.99 Qt.

Actinidia arguta 'Issai'  Self-Pollinating Hardy Mini Kiwi     SunLight ShadePart Shade    Zone: (5)6-10

Actinidia arguta 'Issai'  Self-Pollinating Hardy Mini KiwiIf you've ever dreamed of growing your own Kiwi fruit, well now many of you can.  'Issai' is a Vigorous dwarf (12'  vs. 100'), self-pollinating so you don't need a male although if you have a male such as the one below, it will probably increase fruit production.  It bears tasty, smooth-skinned 1" to 1.75" fruit as a young plant, often the first year!  And even if it didn't have fruit, it's a garden worthy vine for the foliage alone.  Inconspicuous but fragrant blooms.  It's probably a hybrid with A. arguta rather than a cultivar.  While hardy in zone 5, fruit ripens late so the growing season might not always be long enough, depending on the year.  Zone 6-10 are fine.

Soil: Well-drained      H:12'  W: Varies w/ support      B/M: White /June

Twiner

$13.99 Qt.

Actinidia kolomikta 'Arctic Beauty'      MALE Kiwi Vine, Variegated          Z: 4-9   

Ornamental vine with beautiful white and pink variegated foliage which does not appear until the 3rd or 4th year.  This might be the prettiest vine on the market because it's beauty doesn't depend on it's fragrant flowers -- they are just a delicious bonus!  This is primarily a foliage plant, as a male doesn't make fruit BUT will pollinate Female Actinidia kolomikta or even increase fruit set on 'Issai' above.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained    H: 15'  W: Varies w/ support       B/M:  White/4-5

Twiner 

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

$11.99 Qt.

Actinidia polygama     Silvervine, Silver Vine, Silver Vine Kiwi      SunLight ShadePart Shade       Zone: 4-8

Actinidia polygamaAKA. Trochostigma polygama, Actinidia volubilis  A vigorous deciduous climbing vine that flowers in June.  The plants are male or female and at this time, we haven't separated them into sex.  There are some reports of a hermaphrodite forms, thus self fertile.  This is important only IF you want to grow them for seed.  They are attractive to cats and actually a sedative for felines and, as such, used in large quantity to sedate Lions, so,  if you have rowdy Lions, Tigers, etc. in your neighborhood...  The leaves are ovate, 6" long, often variegated w/ white or pale yellow - the primary reason for growing this plant is the foliage - the fruit is astringent and peppery.  Best foliage color in full sun.  Yellow fruit if both male and female are present.

Soil: Rich, moist     H: 16-17'  W:     B/M: White/5-6

Twiner

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

$11.99 Qt.

 

Akebia quinata 'Shiro Bana'   White-Flowered Chocolate Vine, Five-Leaf Akebia    Z:5-8   

Akebia quinata 'Shiro Bana'   White-Flowered Chocolate Vine, Five-Leaf AkebiaVigorous, fast-growing vine with 2-5" wide palmately compound foliage which, in spring, has sweetly scented pendulous clusters of white flowers (as opposed to purple-brown for the species).  These are followed by 2-4" dark purple tropical tasting, edible long fruit used for jelly and juice.  Semi-evergreen in warmer areas.  Needs regular water the first season.  Prune back after flowering in spring.  Two varieties are needed however for fruit production.  This is a vigorous vine that needs yearly pruning and kept in place on it's support.  It's particularly strong growing on the East Coast; not as much so on the West Coast.

Soil:  Well-drained        H: 20-40'  W:  Varies with support        B/M:  White/Spring

 

 

Dutchman's Pipes or Aristolochia 

Play an important role in the life of native Pipevine Swallowtail -PVS- butterfly. The flowers provide nectar for the butterflies and the leaves are an important food source for the caterpillars of this butterfly.  (Obviously, while in the Butterfly stage, PVS also like the nectar from Buddleias - shown at left!)  The vines are vigorous enough to share there foliage with the PVS when in the caterpillar stage.

Aristolochias are always very late to break Dormancy - show growth after their winter rest!  This may cause a shipping delay in early spring.  We prefer to wait until they start to leaf out.  They also do not start to form the current year's feeder roots until the new growth starts.  

 

$16.99 Qt.

Aristolochia contorta        Dutchman's Pipe       Zone: 3-8        

Aristolochia contorta        Dutchman's PipeThe hardiest of the Dutchman's Pies, from Siberia, NE China and Mongolia.  Small refined heart-shaped leaves with greenish-yellow flowers.  Especially decorative "hot air balloon' shaped seed pods are 1 1/2" across.  More sun and heat tolerant than other Aristolochias.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained      H: 5'   W: Varies with support      B/M: Yellow /5-7

Twiner

 

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

 

Butterfly Host Plant

$16.99 Qt.

Aristolochia baetica    Portugese Hardy Dutchman's Pipe    Zone: 5-9     

A woody-based, twining climber or rambling ground cover with small heart-shaped, pointed, glaucous gray-green leaves, abundant tubular purple funnel-shaped flowers and attractive longitudinally ribbed seed capsules.  These blooms really look like an old-fashioned pipe.  And like most Dutchman's Pipes, loved by Butterflies at various stages in their life!

Soil: Well-drained   H: 8'   W: 36"     B/M: Purple/ June-July

Twiner

Butterfly Host Plant

$16.99 Qt.

Aristolochia clematitis     Hardy Dutchman's Pipe, Birthwort    Zone:  3-9    

Aristolochia clematitis     Hardy Dutchman's Pipe, BirthwortTouted as a powerful herb for arthritis, gout, cancer, wound healing, etc. but, of course, we can't speak to that. This climbing Perennial has been used in ancient Egypt, in medieval Europe and by the American Indians for several centuries. Very cold hardy, it has naturalized in the New England States.  The small yellow 'pipes' have a tube shape and face out.  This plant, like all Aristolochia, is a primary food for Pipevine Swallowtail (PVS) & is reported as a choice plant for them due to it's vigorous, spreading growth.  In most of the middle to lower states, it will be hardy enough to live in a large pot/tub to restrict growth, if desired.  Large, substantial, heart-shaped green leaves with mustard yellow blooms.

Soil:  Woodland, well-drained   H:3'    W:Indef.     B/M: Yellow/

Twiner

Butterfly Host Plant

$16.99 Qt.

Aristolochia durior (macrophylla)  Hardy Dutchman's Pipe       Zone: 4-8    

Aristolochia durior (microphylla) Grown primarily for it beautiful, heart-shaped, HUGE dark green leaves, 6-10" wide but it does also have small, 2" Mahogany & cream blooms (like a Meerschaum pipe) in late spring.  Withstands urban pollution, is rarely bothered by diseases or insects and creates a dense shade.  Rapid growth once established so it needs a strong support.  Native to Pennsylvania down thru Georgia.  For more information and photos see this Univ. of Connecticut page.

Soil:  Well-drained   H: 30'  W: Varies w/ support    B/M:  Mahogany & cream/Late Spring

Twiner

US Native Plants

Butterfly Host Plant

$16.99 Qt.

Aristolochia fimbriata   White Veined Hardy Dutchman's Pie      Zone: 7-9    

Aristolochia fimbriataBeautiful medium green round leaves veined white set the background for the bloom or pipe which is one of the most interesting of the hardy Dutchman's Pipe. 1-2" long yellow and brown flowers, resembling miniature elephant trunks appear all summer. It looks like it has a gold beard!  Great butterfly larvae food, pretty in the garden, or in appropriate zones, wonderful in a hanging basket due to it's prostrate habit and it's evergreen when brought inside.  Also the hanging seed pods as well as the blooms are attractive resembling as one writer said, "ribbed little watermelons"!

Soil:  Well-drained   H: 6"   W:36"    B/M: Burgundy Brown and Yellow/All summer

Twiner

Butterfly Host Plant

$16.99 Qt.

Aristolochia manshuriensis    Very Hardy Dutchman's Pipe    Zone: 5-10    

Aristolochia manshuriensis    Very Hardy Dutchman's PipeVery rare hardy Aristolochia producing yellow blooms late spring thru fall. Fast growing plant that is easy to grow in deep fertile soils in the shade. Oval crops of purple fruit produced beneath the foliage veil.  Leaves are dark green and glossy and grow up to 12" wide.  Yum - lots of food for Pipevine Swallowtails  Deer resistant.

Soil:  Deep, fertile           H: 40'  W: Varies with support          B/M:  Yellow/5-8

Twiner

Butterfly Host Plant  

 

Bignonias are always slow to break dormancy in spring and send out new foliage.  If you're ordering for an early spring arrival (live in the Deep South), the plants may have no leaves.  This does not mean that they are puny or sick or dead!  They're just slowly waking up from their winter nap.  If you prefer that they be fully leafed out before shipping, please tell us and we will delay shipping until they are.  In March, early April, the Bignonias will almost always just be 2 or 3 cut back, bare stems.  They generally leaf out in mid-April.

Please note:  As young plants, Bignonias are slow.  It is not atypical for 'yearlings' to be somewhat diminutive plants that probably won't have roots that fill out the quart pot they're planted in.  This is normal.  They're potted in late winter but pretty much sit patiently and wait until hot weather -- May-June before they start growing.  You will see a marked jump in growth the second year and thereafter.

 

$13.99 Qt.

Bignonia capreolata   Crossvine or Anisostichus   Z: 6-9  

Bignonia capreolataSemi-evergreen, self-clinging vine. Handsome foliage & flowers are principal ornamental features. Excellent for covering a fence or trellis. Should be more widely used. Foliage is not as heavy as many vines, so it's good for lighter weight trellises or where you don't want a solid cover. Mocha scented blooms. Takes deep shade but flowers better with sun.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained     H: 30'   W: Varies w/ support     B/M: Orange/4-5

Clinger + Twiner 

US Native Plants

Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Butterflies

$14.99 Qt.

New 2015

Bignonia capreolata 'Atrosanguinea'     Red Crossvine or Anisostichus   Z: 6-9  

Bignonia capreolata 'Atrosanguinea'     Red Crossvine or AnisostichusA cultivar noted for its dark purplish-red trumpet shaped flowers which can be spectacular in bloom.  Foliage is evergreen in the South but turns reddish-purple in fall in colder areas followed by leaf drop.  Blooms are FRAGRANT and followed by greenish, pod-like seed capsules to 7" long and mature in late summer, persisting into fall. Tolerates dense shade.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained     H: 15-30'   W: 6-9' Varies w/ support     B/M: Dark Purplish Red /5-6

Clinger + Twiner 

Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Butterflies

$16.99 Qt.

Bignonia capreolata 'Dragon Lady'    Ruby Colored Crossvine      Z: 5-9  

Bignonia capreolata 'Dragon Lady'A wonderful, fairly new to the trade Bignonia that was awarded the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society's Gold Medal Award.  Cultivars, such as 'Dragon Lady' are more restrained in growth than the species.  Best growth obtained in cool zones in full sun but will take shade.  Evergreen in warm areas, semi-evergreen in cooler areas with burgundy hues to the foliage.  Distinctive, orange-tinged ruby blooms, rather than the typical orange.  A nice color change.  Hardier and more floriferous than the species.

Soil: Moist but well-drained       H: 20'   W: Varies with support       B/M:  Ruby red/6-7

Clinger + Twiner 

Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Butterflies

$14.99 Qt.

Bignonia capreolata 'Tangerine Beauty'   Crossvine, Tangerine Beauty  Z:6-9   

Bignonia capreolata 'Tangerine Beauty'A J.C. Raulston Selection from the North Carolina Arboretum and that's an ultimate stamp of approval!  Trumpet shaped, FRAGRANT  2" long flowers are best in sun but will take shade. Very new to the trade. EVERGREEN NATIVE!   Choice, choice, choice!    See note above regarding year old plants.

Soil: Moist but well-drained     H: 30'   Width: Varies       B/M: Tangerine/4-5

Clinger + Twiner 

Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Butterflies

 

Vines grow in different ways and provisions should be made for how they grow.  Under the shopping cart by each plant, you will see what type of vine it is:

The Clinging vines have rootlets that cling to the surface with aerial rootlets which will penetrate mortar and/or disc like 'holdfasts' which cause no damage. These vines are especially effective on large bare cement walls. The clinging vines adhere tightly to their support and can provide habitat for insects such as termites, ants and spiders, and other wildlife. The tight growth promotes decay through poor air circulation and dampness on wood.  They can be grown on trellises in front of wall that permit air circulation and some space between the wall and the trellis.

The Tendril Vines have small tendrils that wrap themselves around anything they can including themselves to provide support.  There are various devices/clips to give these plants something to attach to on flat surfaces.

The Twiners twist around a trellis or stem - good for fences and trellises.  Cannot be untangled for maintenance.  Not good for growing through shrubs or up other trees as they have a somewhat choking effect.  Most vines are Twiners.

 

 

A note on young Campsis...

While vigorous growers in mid-life and on, they are on the slow side the first year or so and especially need protection the first winter.

 

$14.99 Qt.

Campsis grandiflora 'Morning Calm'   Chinese Trumpet Vine Z:(6B)7-9      

Campsis grandiflora 'Morning Calm'Best flowers in sun. Not as aggressive as our native, C. radicans because it does not develop the abundant & prominent root-like 'holdfasts' that our native does. However, it does have some 'holdfasts', often sparse.  A fast-growing vine with age but not nearly as vigorous as our Trumpet Creeper. 'Morning Calm' was introduced by the J.C. Raulston Arboretum which is an ultimate horticultural stamp of approval. This was, hands down, one of our biggest selling plants.   An exceptionally large bloom.

Soil: Fertile, well-drained      H: 20-25' W: 3-4'    B/M: Peach w/ yellow throat/ June + occasionally after  

Clinger + Twiner

&Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Butterflies

 

 

Campsis radicans and Pruning:

Best pruned in winter to control size as necessary AND to promote an abundance of blooms.

 

$10.99 Qt.

Campsis radicans     Orange  Trumpet Vine        Z: 4-9        

Native to both the US and China.  Dark green foliage emerges in late spring becoming golden yellow in autumn. Attaches itself to walls w/out special supports or will ramble along the ground. Superb on fences & trellises. Can be kept smaller by early spring pruning. Best flowers in sun. Takes 2-3 years to establish then very robust.

Soil: Any but waterlogged   H: 30-40' W: W: 3-4' but varies w/ support  B/M: Orange/ 7-9 

Clinger + Twiner

US Native Plants&Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Butterflies

$11.99 Qt.

Campsis radicans 'Flamenco'   Red Trumpet Vine        Z: 4-9        

Campsis radicans 'Flamenco'The same as the species but with large brilliant red flowers with an orange center in August and September.  Very vigorous like all trumpet vines but with sock-it-to me red blooms, it's destined to become a favorite.  Takes 2-3 years to establish and is then a very robust grower.

Soil: Any but waterlogged      H: 30-40' W: W: 3-4' but varies w/ support        B/M: Red w/ orange/ 7-9

Clinger + Twiner

US Native Plants&Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Butterflies

$11.99 Qt.

Campsis radicans 'Flava'     Yellow Trumpet Vine      Z: 4-9     SunLight Shade

Campsis radicans 'Flava'     Yellow Trumpet VinAn orangy yellow form of Trumpet Vine. Dark green foliage emerges in late spring becoming golden yellow in autumn. Attaches itself to walls w/out special supports or will ramble along the ground. Superb on fences & trellises. Can be kept smaller by early spring pruning. Best flowers in sun. Takes 2-3 years to establish then very robust.

Soil: Any but waterlogged       H: 30-40' W: W: 3-4' but varies w/ support      B/M: Orange Yellow/ 7-9  

Clinger + Twiner

US Native Plants&Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Butterflies

$12.99 Qt.

Campsis radicans 'Minnesota Red'     Red Trumpet Vine, Trumpetcreeper    SunLight Shade  Zone: 4-10   

Campsis radicans 'Minnesota Red'     Red Trumpet Vine, TrumpetcreeperStrong climbing vine that bears showy clusters of 2.5-3" cherry red flowers during the summer. One of the hardiest varieties and once established is very drought tolerant. Tolerates environmental salt and urban pollution.  Good as a screen along a fence or strong lattice/trellis.

Soil: Any but waterlogged    H:15-30''  W: 3-4' but varies w/ support     B/M: Red/7-9

Clinger + Twiner

US Native Plants&Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Butterflies

$12.99 Qt.

Campsis radicans 'Red Sunset'    Red Trumpet Vine, Trumpetcreeper    SunLight Shade    Zone: 4-10   

Campsis radicans 'Red Sunset'Brilliant, true scarlet red pendant blooms are openly flared and bloom for a very, very long time.  Very floriferous.  'Red Sunset' is very floriferous -- a horticulture term that means "A Huge Number of Blooms"! - going well into Fall.

Soil: Any but waterlogged     H:25-35'  W: 3-4' but varies w/ support     B/M: Red/7-9

Clinger + Twiner

US Native Plants&Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Butterflies

$16.99 Qt.

Campsis radicans 'Varigata'     Variegated Trumpet Vine, Trumpetcreeper    SunLight Shade    Zone: 4-10   

Campsis radicans 'Varigata'     Variegated Red Trumpet Vine, TrumpetcreeperA Campsis radicans form with white splashed variegated grey-green leaves and Orange flowers. Vines may need support. Strong grower either as ground cover or on strong support structure.  This rare variegated form is rarely available but oh so beautiful even when not in bloom.

Soil: Any but waterlogged     H:25-35'  W: 3-4' but varies w/ support     B/M: Orange/7-9 

Clinger + Twiner

US Native Plants&Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Butterflies

$12.99 Qt.

Campsis x tagliabuana 'Guilfoylei'   Trumpet Vine, Trumpet Creeper      Zone 4-10 

This recent Australian introduction to the trade is a persistent, prolific bloomer with reddish orange blooms on the outside and scarlet inside.  VERY LARGE reddish orange flowers are an absolute magnet for attracting 'hummers' to your garden!

Soil:  Fertile, well-drained        H: 30-40'   W: 3-4'        B/M:     Reddish orange /June+ Fall

Clinger + Twiner

Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Butterflies

$12.99 Qt.

Campsis x tagliabuana 'Madame Galan'  Trumpet Vine  Z: 4-10   

Cross of C. grandiflora and C. radicans, very popular in the US. It has the best features of both parents and is very cold tolerant. Flowers well with deep red/orange apricot blooms, larger than C. radicans. A weaker climber than C. radicans which is actually one of it's selling points -- in this case -- weaker is better -- it doesn't take over your house!  The flowers are nearly the same color, so you can't tell them apart by that.  It's in the more restrained growth habit that give Madame Galan her league of fans. Also, she will take more shade and still perform better than the species.  Introduced in 1889.

Soil:  Fertile, well-drained        H: 30-40'   W: 3-4'        B/M:  Salmon red/June+ Fall

Clinger + Twiner

Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Butterflies

Is the Celastrus the next Kudzu in the Appalachians?

After an alert from the fine Hort Experts at U. of MIchigan, we think it is.  We have voluntarily removed this plant from our listing and burned our current crop and plugs.  Apparently the Native Celastrus scandens is so mixed in the trade with the hideously invasive Celastrus orbiculatus, that even genetically it's hard to tell some of them apart and even when that's possible, * the Native will hybridize with C. orbiculatus.  The eye-catching, ready to grow seeds produced can last a week in a bird's stomach.  Then, off it goes and grows.   There are plenty of good plants to sell, so goodbye to these.

"Someone should produce a horror flick about how Oriental bittersweet (Celastrus orbiculatus) can single handedly strangle neighboring mature trees if left to its own vices."  The Whole Story here.

We are, after all, stewards of this little green planet...

Discontinued

*Potentially Invasive

Celastrus scandens 'Diane' female    American Bittersweet,  Female      Z: 3-8 

Celastrus scandens 'Diane' female See above.

 

Discontinued

*Potentially Invasive

Celastrus scandens male   American Bittersweet,  Male      Z: 3-8 

Celastrus scandens male   American Bittersweet,  MaleSee above.

 
  Clematis integrifolia  Clematis 'Petit Faucon',  Clematis recta 'Purpurea'

Shrubby Clematis can be found on the Ci-E Shrub Page

 
Clematis terniflora 'Sweet Summer Love' PPAF    Sweet Autumn Clematis

 

 

Clematis 'Krakowiak' 'PPAF   PINK MINK™  Continuous/Reblooming Clematis

Szczepan Marczyski of Poland

This is THE New Face of Clematis! 

This jolly looking elderly man is Clematis breeder Szczepan Marczyski of Poland.  This is a name you should remember.  He's breeding Clematis unlike anything that's ever been in the trade.  He won't settle for anything common.  They must bloom like crazy and for a long time and/or be magnificent for some reason.

Clematis 'Diamond Ball' PPAF    Continuous or Reblooming Clematis

$13.99 Qt.

 

Clematis alpina 'Stolwijk Gold' PP18648         Zone: 4-9     

Clematis alpina 'Stolwijk Gold' PP18648Stunning nodding flowers of rich blue in May-June like jewels on the bright gold foliage.  This vine is a knockout!

 

Soil: Moist but well-drained    H:   W:     B/M:  Rich blue/

 

$13.99 Qt.

Clematis 'Diamond Ball' PPAF    Continuous or Reblooming COMPACT Clematis    Zone: 4-9     

Clematis 'Diamond Ball' PPAF    Continuous or Reblooming ClematisIntroduced in 2012 by Polands Szczepan Marczyski with huge white blue flowers darker on the edge, that are full, round or semi-round, blooms on both old and new wood.  Blooms profusely almost to the bottom in June-July then usually continues more modestly through August.  Needs some low support and attaches itself with by twining.  Will even twine through deciduous shrubs.  Recipient of many awards.

Soil: Moist but well-drained     H:5-6'   W: 2-3'   B/M:  White-Blue/ 6-7+8

Tendril+ Twiner

 

$13.99 Qt.

Clematis 'Princess Diana'   All Summer Blooming Clematis     Zone: 4-10     

Clematis 'Princess Diana'   All Summer Blooming Clematis A spectacular new hybrid from England honoring Princess Diana of Wales. Deciduous climber with deep pink flowers and a paler edging. Heavy all summer bloom on new growth, so cut back to 12" in winter. Silky seed heads after flowering. Can be grown in large pot for use on decks and patios in appropriate zones (6-10).  Can also be left to wander around on the ground making a carpet of blooms.

Soil:   Moist but well-drained     H:5-6'   W: 2-3'   B/M:  Deep Pink/6-9

Tendril+ Twiner

 

$13.99 Qt.

Clematis 'Krakowiak' 'PPAF   PINK MINK™  Continuous/Reblooming Clematis  Zone: 4-9     

Clematis 'Krakowiak' 'PPAF   PINK MINK™  Continuous/Reblooming ClematisIntroduced from Poland by Szczepan Marczyski in 2011 PINK MINK™ has super hot pink flowers with a red strip across the sepals.  In bloom profusely from June to September, it's also a a fast grower.  Received multiple European Awards.   Prune hard to 18" in early spring and fertilize.

Soil:   Moist but well-drained     H:9-10'   W: 6-6.5'   Varies with support      B/M: Multi Pink/6-9

Tendril+ Twiner

 

$16.99 Qt.

Clematis 'Sweet Summer Love' PPAF    Sweet Autumn Clematis Hybrid   Z:4-9    

Clematis 'Sweet Summer Love' PPAF    Sweet Autumn Clematis HybridA new hybrid from clematis breeder Szczepan Marczyski of Poland.  Blooms longer with spectacular FRAGRANT cranberry-purple flowers. A hybrid with parentage including the species white Sweet Autumn Clematis is now "Dressed to Kill" and puts on the best fall flower show with a dramatic new color. 

Soil: Well-drained     H:10-15'   W: Varies w/ support    B/M:  Cranberry Purple/Autumn    Growth Rate:  Fast

Tendril+ Twiner

 

$11.99 Qt.

Clematis tangutica 'Bill Mackenzie'       Zone: 4-9     

Clematis tangutica 'Bill Mackenzie'An exuberant deciduous vine with a long succession of mustard yellow gold, lantern shaped blooms on long stalks from mid-summer until well into Fall.  The blooms have contrasting maroon anthers.  Deeply cut, fresh green leaves which set a beautiful back drop for the blooms or the lovely silken seed heads.  One of the best of the Oriental types.  Cut back stems to a pair of strong buds (about 6-8" above ground level) before growth starts in spring.

Soil: Rich, well-drained      H: 18-22'   W: 6' but varies with support     B/M: Bright gold/6-11

Tendril+ Twiner

 

$10.99 Qt.

Clematis terniflora (C. paniculata)      Sweet Autumn Clematis   Z:4-9    

Clematis ternifoliaA strong vigorous grower that is just spectacular.  My mother had one growing along the rail to her deck and you could see cars slow down to take a look-see whenever it was blooming!  Not a wimpy clematis, it's in fact, a great, robust grower.   From Australia and New Zealand.  Smothered with FRAGRANT blooms from August 'til Frost then showy, silvery, filigreed seed heads thru winter.  Prune this vine down to one to two buds in early spring before new growth starts.

Soil: Well-drained     H:30'   W: Varies w/ support    B/M:  White/Autumn    Growth Rate:  Fast

Tendril+ Twiner

 

$18.99 Qt.

New 2015

Clematis tibetana var. vernayi 'Orange Peel'  

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Soil:      H:   W:     B/M:  

Tendril+ Twiner

 

 

Clematis terniflora var. mandshurica     This shrubby Clematis is on the Ci-E Shrub Page

 

$11.99 Qt.

Clematis virginiana      Virgin's Bower       Zone: 3-9    

Clematis virginianaSimilar to and often confused with Sweet Autumn clematis but the key to identifying them is simple - Virgin's Bower has toothed leaves, Sweet Autumn clematis has un-toothed leaves.  Wonderful 1" white flowers with fluffy white stamens from July thru September.

Soil: Well-drained     H: 10-20'  W: 3'    B/M: White/Fall

Tendril+ Twiner

US Native Plants

$12.99 Qt.

Cocculus orbiculatus   Queen Coralbeads    SunLight ShadePart Shade    Zone: (6)7-10

Cocculus orbiculatusA twining climber with lustrous dark green leaves that are heart-shaped or oval, changing to golden yellow in Fall.  In July-August, it has panicles of small creamy flowers which give way to pea-size blue/black berries in 5" clusters like grapes.  Prefers a warm sunny spot.  Great for growing over arbors, fences, etc which it will cover with a dense mass of shiny greenery.   Grows 3-6' per year.  Little pruning is required or recommended as the mass of tiny twining stems is hard to separate for pruning.   Native to China, Japan and (shown growing in this photo by Forest & Kim Starr) in Hawaii.  

Soil: Well-drained        H: 7-12' W:  Varies with support          B/M:  White/7-8

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

 

(Hawaii)

$15.99 Qt.

Codonopsis clematidea     Asian Bonnet Bellflower   Zone: 5-9    

Codonopsis clematidea     Asian Bonnet Bellflower A twining herbaceous vine with astounding flowers of pale greenish-blue (bell-shaped) beautifully marked inside with rings of blue, yellow and violet black! Looking inside the bloom is like looking into a Kaleidoscope! Works wonderfully when allowed to intertwine through shrubs. Left to it's own devices, it will sprawl out in a puddle like a large Perennial with the flowers held upright on stems. Quite fragile looking stems when they start in spring produce surprisingly robust foliage. See what folks have to say about it on Dave's Garden.

Soil: Moist but well-drained H: 3-5' W: B/M: Greenish blue/Late summer

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

$16.99 Qt.

Codonopsis lanceolata    Todak or Bonnet Bellflower     Z: 6-9    

Codonopsis lanceolataThick glabrous stems twine w/ large lanceolate grey green leaves which end in a large, chubby greenish white bells with purple inside, possibly slate blue hues outside. Produced from late summer on, "both conspicuous and beautiful in form and color". Best grown through a living support (shrub, etc.) although it can also grow on a trellis. From China and Korea, hardy to -10 degrees. Extremely choice and rare!

Soil: Moist but well-drained      H: 10-15'  W: Varies w/ support        B/M: Greenish white w/ violet/8-9

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Twiner

$15.99 Qt.

Codonopsis pilulosa    Bonnet Bellflower     Zone: 3-9      

Codonopsis pilulosa    Bonnet BellflowerWith blooms shaped like 'pixie hats' that are creamy green bells marked purple inside with petal tips pointed, it dates back to 1920's.  Extremely hardy, to zone 3, it will grow in pots in most of the lower states. Used in Chinese medicine.   Near impossible to find in the trade. 

Soil: Moist but well-drained      H: 10'  W:      B/M: Creamy green, purple inside/7-8

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Twiner

$12.99 Qt.

Cucubalus baccifer     Berry Catchfly         Zone: 7-9     

Cucubalus baccifer     Berry Catchfly

Delicate white bell shaped flowers during summer.  From Asias, this creeping plant with frilled greenish-white flowers produce a single shiny jewel-like black berry after blooming.    Formerly classified as a Silene baccifer and appears MUCH like a Silene (Catchfly) but through the magic of modern taxonomy, it was given it's own Genus - Cucubalus of which it is the only species.   And curiously, it's a now a member of the Dianthus family!  I can not explain this - only report it! :-)

Soil: Well-drained       H:40"   W: Indef.            B/M: White/6-7

 

 

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$11.99 Qt.

Decumaria barbara       Wood Vamp, Southeast decumaria, Climbing hydrangea      Zone:  6-9    

Decumaria barbaraThis is probably the most coveted plant in our gardens," Tony Avent, Plant Delights. Gorgeous foliage that looks like thick, waxy leaves but are actually just wide stems! Beautiful marble sized orange-red berries are prized by florists. Easy and durable even in deep shade. Pricey because they are very slow to propagate - 5-7 years from seed to a SMALL saleable plant. CHOICE, CHOICE!  Sweet, delectably fragrant creamy flowers.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained     H: 36-40'  W:36"    B/M:   Cream/Early summer

Z:7-9

$16.99 Qt.

Decumaria barbara 'Barbara Ann' Wood Vamp, Southeast decumaria, Climbing hydrangea  Z:6-9   

Decumaria barbara 'Barbara Ann' Wood Vamp, Southeast decumaria, Climbing hydrangea Lustrous, glossy, dark green foliage bearing clusters of sweetly scented creamy-white 2-3" flowers.  A deciduous native vine that produces aerial roots and must climb in order to produce flowers.   It will clamber over the ground and do just fine but needs to go up a tree or post or fence to produce blooms.   Attracts Butterflies.  Slightly fragrant flowers are similar to hydrangeas but they're all fertile. Beautiful orange berries.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained         H: 36-40'  W:36"         B/M:   Cream White /Early summer

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Z:7-9

$12.99 Qt.

Decumaria barbara 'Vickie'  Wood Vamp, Southeast decumaria, Climbing hydrangea   Z: (*5)6-9   

Decumaria barbara 'Vickie'Gorgeous foliage that looks like thick, waxy leaves but are actually just wide stems! Beautiful marble sized orange-red berries are prized by florists. Easy and durable even in deep shade.  CHOICE, CHOICE!  Sweet, delectably fragrant creamy flowers. Will take soggy soil.  Vigorous grower.  'Vickie' has longer leaves than the typical species.  East Coast Native.  Michael Dirr says 'Vickie' is hardy to Zone 5. and since he introduced the plant and named it after his employee, he should know!    Pale yellow leaves in colder zones in Fall.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained    H: 30-40'   W:3'    B/M: Cream/Early summer

US Native Plant Select Form

 

Z:7-9

$14.99 Qt.

Dicentra scandens     Yellow Climbing Bleeding Heart Vine   Z: 6-9   

Dicentra scandensFrom Nepal & SE China, this bleeding heart is spectacular.   A VINE w/ pale, lemon yellow to white blossoms, shaped much like D. eximia but tinged w/ pink or purple. Zone 5 per Royal Horticulture Society but I think that's probably incorrect.  Zone 6 in a warm spot, I think is the cold limit. This stunning plant very much want the illusive Moist But Well-Drained soil. Give her that and she will stun you with blooms and vigor.  Compared to D. macrocapnos, the seed pods are more inflated, quicker to set seed and the plant is somewhat smaller.

Soil: Moist but well-drained       H: 9-12'  W: Varies w/ support       B/M: Yellow/7-10

Twiner

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

$11.99 Qt.

Dioscorea batatas      Cinnamon Vine, Chinese Yam         Zone: (5)6-9    

Dioscorea batatasA vigorous twining herbaceous climber which prefers sun but will tolerate shade.  Originating from China and Japan, it has edible roots and heart shaped leaves.  Underground roots, large and elongated can be used like sweet potatoes.  Flowers are small, white and have a cinnamon fragrance.  In Fall, small brown edible bulbils that have a nut-like flavor appear and should be eaten or removed as they do readily produce new plants.  Other species of Dioscorea are pesky weeds but D. batatas isn't as aggressive particularly because it dies back to ground each winter nor does it reach the massive height of some.

Soil:  Rich, high organic soil.       H: 10'   W:       B/M: White/6-8

Twiner

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

  Fallopia baldschuanica - see Polygonum aubertii below, the old name  

$10.99 Qt.

Gelsemium sempervirens    Carolina Jessamine       Zone: 6-9    

Gelsemium sempervirensVigorous semi-evergreen to evergreen in the south, climbing vine with thin, wiry stems. Fragrant yellow flowers in large clusters in spring. Useful for covering fences, mailboxes or trellises. Wonderful spring color. Will flower in some shade. May not be evergreen in cold winter. Blooms on old wood. 

Soil: Any but wet      H: 10-20'  W: Varies w/ support   B/M:  Yellow/early spring

Twiner

US Native Plants

Attracts HummingbirdsAttracts Butterflies

$11.99 Qt.

Gelsemium sempervirens 'Margarita'   Carolina Jessamine     Zone: 6-9    

Gelsemium sempervirens 'Margarita'INTENSELY FRAGRANT form of the species. May repeat bloom in Fall.  Semi-evergreen in colder zones.  A PHS Gold Medal Award winner. 'Margarita' is a superior seedling selected by Don Jacobs of Eco Gardens in Decatur, Georgia. With its more prominent, much larger flowers, it is superior in every way to the species so Jacobs named it for his wife. He had no idea that it would survive winters to minus 25 F. as it has in Pennsylvania.  Styer Award Winner from the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.

Soil: Any but wet      H: 10-15'  W: Varies w/ support   B/M:  Yellow/early spring

Twiner

Attracts HummingbirdsAttracts Butterflies

$12.99 Qt.

Gelsemium sempervirens 'Pride of Augusta'   DOUBLE Carolina Jessamine     Zone: 6-9    

Gelsemium sempervirens 'Pride of Augusta'   DOUBLE   Carolina JessamineA gorgeous DOUBLE flowers form of Carolina Jessamine.  Similar to the species BUT with fully double yellow blooms in early spring. Fragrant 1 inch wide 2" long trumpets almost smother the plant in late winter and early spring. The a second, sparser lighter bloom occurs in the cool Fall weather.  Has a somewhat longer blooming period than others.

Soil: Any but wet      H:10-15'   W: Varies w/ support      B/M:  Double Yellow/early spring

Twiner

Attracts HummingbirdsAttracts Butterflies

$10.99 Qt.

Humulus lupulus 'Aurea'    Golden Hops Vine      Z:4-8            

Humulus lupulus 'Aurea'Twining vine with dazzling chartreuse foliage. Native to the US and W. Asia. Strongly rhizomatous, twining perennial with deeply lobed leaves. Takes sun or part shade but leaves are more golden in sun. Quickly fills a trellis or Pergola.  Perennial Plant of the Month at Perry's Perennials Page.  We do not know the sex of our plant unfortunately but it's a Host Plant for the Eastern Comma and Red Admiral Butterfly and they don't care if our plant is a girl or a boy -- they see it as 'Baby Food'!   *Technically this is not a vine but a bine ( a flexible climbing plant that uses stiff downward-facing hairs for stability and climbing)

Soil:  Moist but well-drained     H: 10-20' W: Varies w/ support    B/M: Green turning straw colored /7-8

Twiner*

Butterfly Host Plant

$10.99 Qt.

Humulus lupulus 'Fuggle'   Tetraploid Female Hops Vine      Z:4-8            

A chance seedling in 1861 in England produced 'Fuggle', a spicy, mild aroma-type cultivar with a slight fruity and woody character. AKA, 'Styrian' (Savinia) Golding'.  In the US, it's grown in Oregon and Washington State.  Produces superb English style ales.  The greenish flowers in late summer are followed by attractive fruiting cones.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained     H: 10-20' W: Varies w/ support    B/M: Green turning straw colored /7-8

Twiner*

Butterfly Host Plant

$11.99 Qt.

Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris     Climbing Hydrangea     Z:4-8         ()North  

Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolarisA Missouri Botanical Garden Plant of merit from Japan, Korea and Taiwan that's a vigorous, sprawling vine that clings/climbs by aerial roots.  Can be grown as a groundcover, each plant covering up to 200 square feet of garden.  In May through July, if features 6-10" wide flat corymbs (clusters of blooms) that are fragrant and Lace Cap in style.  The Heart-shaped, lustrous 2-4" dark green leaves remain on the vine into late autumn.  When they're gone, the pealing, cinnamon reddish to orangish brown bark on mature vines as it twists and turns and is as attractive as ANY deciduous vine in winter!  Superb when it stark naked!  Needs STRONG support if grown vertically.

Soil: Well-drained        H: 30-50'   W: 5-6' Varies w/ support       B/M:  White/5-7

  Clinger

$12.99 Qt.

Hydrangea a. subsp. petiolaris 'Firefly' PP11038   Variegated Climbing Hydrangea  Z:4-8  North

Hydrangea a. subsp. petiolaris 'Firefly' PP11038   Variegated Climbing HydrangeaA spectacular new variegated climbing hydrangea that holds a special place in the garden growing up a tall oak tree or westward facing brick wall. The yellow variegation on the leaf margins in the spring turn to chartreuse during the summer months.

Soil: Well-drained        H: 10-30'   W: 5-6' Varies w/ support       B/M:  White/5-7

 Clinger

$12.99 Qt.

Hydrangea integrifolia    Evergreen Climbing Hydrangea    Z: 7-9     in good soil  

Hydrangea integrifolia    Evergreen Climbing HydrangeaDifficult to find in the trade (well unless you're on our site) but worth finding.  An elegant, graceful clinging vine that's wonderful all year round.  New growth emerges bronzy, contrasting with the older green leaves.  Huge rounded flower buds open to white blooms reminiscent of lacecap hydrangeas.  Vigorous so needs good support but clings by aerial rootlets so will cling to walls, especially ugly ones!  One of the few vines that will bloom well in the shade.  A 'Great Plant Pick'

Soil: Moist but well drained         H: 60'   W: Varies with support       B/M:   White/5-6

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$12.99 Qt.

Jasminum officinale affine (grandiflora)   Spanish Jasmine     Zone: 7-10      

Jasminum officinale affineAKA, Poets Jasmine or French Perfume Jasmine. Pink tinged double white blooms on a vigorous, deciduous, woody climber. Star shape flowers of this hanging jasmine is slightly fragrant and its delicate leaves resemble curry leaves. Blooms in spring and fall when nights get cooler. Likes high humidity. Feed heavily in spring for good bud set. 

Soil: Well-drained   H: 30' W: 15"  B/M: White 5 and 9 

Twiner

Attracts Hummingbirds

$12.99 Qt.

Jasminum officinalis 'Fiona Sunrise'    Hardy Golden Jasmine    Z: 7-10          

Jasminum officinalis 'Fiona Sunrise'Intensely Fragrant white flowers. Undoubtedly the best yellow leaved climber in the market. The yellow foliage starts in the spring with new growth tinged with red, summer brings the flowers & bright lush yellow foliage followed in autumn w/ the most glorious Gold color lasting well into winter if mild weather permits. Hardy 0-10 degrees.

Soil:  Well-drained      H: 30' W: Varies w/ support       B/M: white/5 & 9

Twiner

Attracts Hummingbirds

$12.99 Qt.

Jasminum x stephanense    Hardy Jasmine     Z:5-10        

Jasminum x stephanenseWhen in bloom, the hummingbirds flock to it. You can observe hummingbirds up close when they are feeding on this vine -- totally ignoring you. Nice fragrance. Strong grower w/ really lovely foliage. Books are just WRONG about the hardiness. There was a big debate on some forum about this.  Ours lived in pots OUTSIDE in Zone 7 the first winter we realized they were hardy.  We were selling them as tender perennials and just left them outside at the end of the season because we got too busy, and voila! -- in spring, in little 4" pots they were alive and not even very aggravated!  I can't speak for all the plants in the world, but our clone is hardy to Zone 5.

Soil:  Well-drained      H: 15' W: 20"       B/M: Pale pink/6-7

Twiner

Attracts Hummingbirds

$19.99 Qt.

Kadsura japonica 'Fukurin'    Variegated Kadsura or Evergreen Magnolia Vine     Z: 7a-10  

Kadsura japonica 'Fukurin'A twining EVERGREEN (7B-10) vine from Asia with small white, FRAGRANT flowers in the leaf axils and handsome foliage. The creamy white blooms are mostly covered by foliage and not especially showy BUT they set the stage for red fruit in grape-like clusters that are -- showy, that is!  'Fukurin' is extremely variegated with large green leaves, edged in cream and yellow.    Relatively slow growing, reaching about 10-12'.  New growth emerges pink and old leaves show that same tendency in Fall.  Hardy to zero degrees but drops leaves when temps reach 12 degrees and stay that way.

Soil:  Well drained    H: 10-12'    W:     B/M:  White/8-9

7B-10

7A

 

$10.99 Qt.

Lathyrus latifolius 'Pink Pearl'    Everlasting Pea Vine              Zone: 3-9 

Lathyrus latifolius 'Pink Pearl'    Everlasting Pea VineIntroduced in 1965, it was often grown over a floral 'cage' - very popular in that time.  From June through September, this stunner has clusters of delicate pearly pink flowers over typical pea foliage.  Makes a wonderful cut flower and adds all summer color.  RHS Award of Garden Merit.  Will take a bit of AM or PM shade but with more than that, it doesn't produce blooms.   Can be used on a trellis or it can trail over a wall.  One of the most cold hardy Vines.

Soil:  Well-drained, humusy        H: 6-9'  W:  Varies with support        B/M:  Pink/6-9

Twiner

 

$10.99 Qt.

Lathyrus latifolius 'Red Pearl'    Everlasting Pea Vine                Zone: 3-9

Lathyrus latifolia 'Red Pearl'    Everlasting/Spring Sweet Pea From June through September, this stunner has clusters of delicate pearly reddish purple flowers over typical pea foliage.  Makes a wonderful cut flower and adds all summer color.   Will take a bit of AM or PM shade but with more than that, it doesn't produce blooms.   Can be used on a trellis or it can trail over a wall or even lay out as a groundcover.  One of the most cold hardy Vines.

Soil:  Well-drained, humusy        H: 6-9'  W: Varies w/ support        B/M:  Reddish purple/6-9

Twiner

$11.99 Qt.

Lonicera japonica 'Aureo-Reticulata'   Goldnet Japanese Honeysuckle     Z:4-10   

Lonicera japonica 'Aureo-Reticulata'Long tubular white flowers aren't abundant but very Fragrant. Gorgeous oval evergreen to semi-evergreen leaves are bright green laced with yellow. Grow it as a twining vine up a small tree, fence or arbor or use it as a ground cover. Prune in spring. Well-behaved, polite grower -- not an invasive 'thug' like the species due to the variegated foliage & shy blooming (so few seeds). Drought tolerant when established.  Host Plant for the Great Swallowtail Butterfly.

Soil: Most any      H: 10' W: Varies w/ support     B/M: White/5-8

Twiner

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Butterfly Host Plant Attracts Hummingbirds

$11.99 Qt.

Lonicera japonica 'Mint Crisp'       Japanese Honeysuckle       Z:4-10     

Lonicera japonica 'Mint Crisp'       Japanese Honeysuckle Green and cream speckled leaves are tinged with pink, especially in cool weather.  It's semi-evergreen and the fragrant white blooms age to yellow.  This is a vigorous grower and needs to be pruned regularly to contain size.  Species is from Asia.  Will hold leaves to about 12 degrees -- below that, it drops them.  Host Plant for the Great Swallowtail Butterfly.

Soil: Most any      H:10-30'  W: Varies w/ support     B/M: White/5-8

Twiner

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Butterfly Host Plant Attracts Hummingbirds

$11.99 Qt.

Lonicera periclymenum 'Harlequin'    Variegated Dutch Honeysuckle, Woodbine       Z:4-8   

Lonicera periclymenum 'Harlequin'AKA Lonicera x italica 'Sherlite' HARLEQUIN .With a semi-vining, shrubby habit, even when not in bloom, this is a stunner.  Extremely fragrant tubular creamy white blooms over blue-green foliage variegated with creamy white with rose pink highlights.  Exciting RED stems.  Can be pruned as a small shrub.  Great Fall color.

Soil: Most any      H:10-12'    W: 3-6'  but varies w/ support        B/M: Rose & Cream White/5-8

Twiner

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Attracts Hummingbirds Butterfly Host Plant

$10.99 Qt.

Lonicera periclymenum 'Scentsation' PPAF    Dutch Honeysuckle, Woodbine       Z:4-8   

Lonicera periclymenum 'Scentsation' PPAF    Dutch Honeysuckle, WoodbineStunning vine with extremely fragrant yellow flowers blooming from mid-spring to late summer from Proven Winners. The bright red berries appear in the fall. Extremely floriferous honeysuckle with a very long bloom season in the garden. Trains well on a trellis or fence. Part of the Bloomtastic Series.

Soil:  Well-drained    H: 10'    W:5'     B/M: Yellow/4-7

Twiner

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Attracts Hummingbirds Butterfly Host Plant

$12.99 Qt.

Lonicera periclymenum var. serotina   Dutch Honeysuckle, Woodbine        Z:4-8

Lonicera periclymenum var. serotinaDark red-purple blooms, yellow inside, fade as they age. Narrow leaves. PROFUSE BLOOMER followed by red berries. Great specimen for cascading over walls or banks. Can also be used as a GROUNDCOVER. Hands down, Dutch Honeysuckles are the best for beauty and good behavior. Serotina blooms late & much longer than the others. 

Soil: Moist but well-drained    H: 10-22' W: 3-6'     B/M: Dark purple red outside; yellow inside/7-9

Twiner

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

Attracts Hummingbirds Butterfly Host Plant

 

$11.99 Qt.

Lonicera sempervirens 'Alabama Crimson'   Coral Honeysuckle, Trumpet Honeysuckle        Z:4-9

Lonicera sempervirens 'Alabama Crimson'

A fabulous form of Trumpet Honeysuckle with Crimson blooms from June through November, weather permitting.  And it's a form of a Native. You may have to put netting around your yard to keep a flock of Hummingbirds from showing up!  And don't forget the word 'Honey' in the Common Name -- it's fragrant to boot!  Main bloom May-June then sporadically thereafter.

Soil: Average, well-drained       H:10-20' W: 3-6'        B/M: Crimson/5-6+

Twiner

 

Attracts Hummingbirds

$11.99 Qt.

Lonicera sempervirens 'John Clayton'   YELLOW Coral or Trumpet Honeysuckle        Z:4-8

Lonicera sempervirens 'John Clayton' Lovely, fragrant pale yellow blooms literally explode from June thru November! Selected by the VA Native Plant Society for excellent repeat bloom, clean foliage and compact form. Found on the ground of a 17th century church in Glouchester, VA. You may not find the yellow bloom to be as vibrant as the orange but often orange doesn't work and for shear bloom power, you just can't beat this one! Well-behaved member of the Genus.

Soil: Average, well-drained        H:10-20' W:1-10'   (Varies with support)      B/M: Yellow/6-11

Twiner

 

Attracts Hummingbirds

$11.99 Qt.

Lonicera sempervirens 'Magnifica'      Coral Honeysuckle, Trumpet Honeysuckle      Z:4-8

Lonicera sempervirens 'Magnifica'The sweetly scented tubular red orange flowers of this Native honeysuckle often attract hummingbirds. Blooms are followed by bright red fruit, attractive to birds. Unlike its Japanese cousin, it is a well-behaved member of the border. A twining vine, it needs a trellis or fence for support. Takes part shade but more sun gives you more blooms. Blooms on last year's growth.   Main bloom May/June but repeat bloomer with good culture.

Soil: Average, well-drained        H:10-20' W: 1-10'   (Varies with support)     B/M: Crimson/5-6+

Twiner

 

Attracts Hummingbirds

$11.99 Qt.

Lonicera sempervirens 'Major Wheeler'     Coral Honeysuckle, Trumpet Honeysuckle      Z:4-8

Lonicera sempervirens 'Major Wheeler'     Coral Honeysuckle, Trumpet Honeysuckle

The best red Trumpet Honeysuckle in the trade. Clean, mildew-free foliage even during drought.

Smothered in blazing red and gold trumpet flowers during late spring thru summer. Hummingbirds

love this one. Stems are often purple turning greenish brown with age. In warm climates (Zone

8,9,10), plant may bloom until Christmas.  The only downside - you may have to hire someone to handle air

traffic control for the number of hummingbirds that will come - oh well, such a small price to pay!

Soil: Average, well-drained        H:10-20' W: 1-10' Varies with support         B/M: Crimson/5-6+++

Twiner

 

Attracts Hummingbirds

$11.99 Qt.

Lonicera sempervirens 'Tangerine Princess'    All Season Blooming Honeysuckle Vine     Z:(3)4-8

Lonicera sempervirens 'Tangerine Princess'    All Season Blooming Honeysuckle VineBunches of light orange buds that open to dark Orange blooms from early spring (the big show) and thru the fall intermittently. Great as a groundcover or climber that is not aggressive.  Evergreen in warmer areas.

Soil:  Well-drained    H: 6-10'   W:4-6'    B/M: Orange/4-9

Twiner

  Attracts Hummingbirds

$11.99 Qt.

Lonicera x 'Candy Swirl' PPAF         Multi-Colored Hybrid Honeysuckle Vine              Z:(3)4-8

Lonicera x 'Candy Swirl' PPAF         Hybrid Honeysuckle VineA breeding break through with a stunning display of orange and candy cotton pink bloom for a very long time - June through Fall.  These fragrant blooms attract hummingbirds although they're probably scratch their little heads the first time they see them!  Needs 8 hours of sun.

Soil:  Well-drained    H: 8'   W: 7'    B/M: Pink and orange/6-9

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

 

Attracts Hummingbirds

$11.99 Qt.

Lonicera x 'Mandarin' PP#11,083    Hybrid Honeysuckle Vine              Z:(3)4-8

Lonicera x 'Mandarin' PP#11,083    Honeysuckle VineDeveloped in Canada, this spectacular Chinese Honeysuckle is very hardy.  Spectacular from the day it sends out the first leaf in spring with deep coppery-russet, new foliage which matures to glossy dark green.  The stems are a rich, dark purple and dark red buds produce tons of 3" blooms.  One of the most prolific bloomers in the Genus.  Sterile (sets no fruit) so it puts all it's energy into Fuchsia blooms with golden interiors which come profusely all summer.   Lightly fragrant.

Soil: Well-drained       H: 12-15'   W: 1-10' Varies with support      B/M: Fuchsia w/ gold inside/5-6+++

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Lonicera x purpusii 'Winter Beauty'    WINTER Honeysuckle Vine              Z:6-8

Lonicera x purpusii 'Winter Beauty'    WINTER Honeysuckle VineSuperb winter flowering shrubby honeysuckle covered with sweetly fragrant white flowers appearing in abundance in late winter and early spring. Best grown in full sun but tolerates some shade. Can be pruned, but left unpruned produces best flowering. May be trained against a wall or on trellis. Great for winter indoor flower arrangements with its rich fragrance Semi-evergreen.

Soil: Well-drained       H:6'  W:8'        B/M: White/2-4

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Matelea obliqua      Climbing Milk Vine or Milkweed, Angle-pod        Zone: 6      

Matelea obliqua      Climbing Milk Vine or Milkweed, Angle-podAKA Gonolobus obliquus, Vincetoxicum obliquum.  An interesting Eastern Native with annual stems that arise from a thick rootstock and climb whatever it can reach. It produces large rounded leaves, delicate red-brown blooms which are follow by narrow soft-spined seedpods that look quite like those of Asclepias tuberosa but with soft spines hence the common name, Angel-pod.

Soil: Well-drained         H:48"  W:          B/M:  Red Brown

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Parthenocissus quinquefolia    Virginia Creeper         Zone:        

Parthenocissus quinquefoliaOne of the very, very few vines that won't damage Brickwork!  And it's hardy where some of the other few like Ficus only grow in the Deep South.  Having said that it very functional, it's also a gorgeous, strong growing Native with sunning Fall color.  Also works as a deciduous ground cover. A larval host for several species of sphinx moths

Soil:  Most any        H: 50' depending on support   W:          B/M:  Green insignificant/summer

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Trying to push the zone and grow Passion Vines in your area?

Plant in loose sandy/gravelly soil and best of all in old brick rubble that retains heat during cold winter weather!  Also, placing against a warm south-facing old brick wall (okay, it doesn't have to be old but it looks superb against old brick) will also help!  You might gain a zone with the brick rubble in the soil and the brick (or concrete wall).   Go easy on the fertilizer and water deeply BUT infrequently which encourages deep roots which will help during drought AND help them to survive freezing.  Also, thick mulch of course.  Best kept fairly dry in winter in colder zones so planting under an overhang and then watering in summer is also a help.

 

$11.99 Qt.

Passiflora 'Amethyst'   Passion Vine, Lavender Lady       Zone:  8 (9)-10    

Passiflora 'Amethyst'A beautiful other-worldly purple bloom.  Not overly hardy but stunning!  Will take Frost but not really cold weather down to freezing unless the stems have reached a point where they're woody..  But wow, grown under glass or in warm areas, it blooms from May until December!  Now that's a power bloomer! The bowl-shaped blooms are purple, with a blue tinge and can be 10cm (4in) across. An older selection that still ranks among the most beautiful.

Soil:  Very well-drained, sandy    H:20-40'  W: Varies w/ support    B/M:   Purple/5-12

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Passiflora caerulea      Hardy Passion Vine, Blue Passion Flower        Zone: (6B)7-10      

Passiflora caeruleaIf you want the original instead of the white 'Constance Elliot' try the species.  White petals with fringy blue filaments may reach up to 4" across!  Followed by egg-size deep orange fruit summer through fall -- very luscious and tropical looking.  Host plant for the Gulf Fritillary Butterfly. While often listed as hardy only to Zone 7, reports of growing in 6B are numerous.  Mulch thickly in winter in cold areas.

Soil:  Well-drained     H: 80"   W: Depends on support       B/M: White with blue / Mid-summer

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Passiflora caerulea 'Clear Sky'       Hardy Passion Vine                 Z: 7-10

Passiflora caerulea 'Clear Sky'       Hardy Passion VineShows greater vigor than the species and the flowers are much larger and flower in abundance. Clear light-blue color and delightfully fragrant. Hybrid from Roland Fisher of Hemer, Germany. 5" flowers

Soil: Well-drained        H: 30'  W: Varies w/ support         B/M:  Blue and white/7-9

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Passiflora caerulea 'Constance Elliot'       Hardy White Passion Vine     Zone: 7-10      

Passiflora caerulea 'Constance Elliot'With all the somewhat wild, unearthly blooms on Passion Vines (many which look like they were picked up during travels of the Starship Enterprise in outer space) there's something wonderfully fresh and pure about all white 'Constance Elliott'.  Beautiful FRAGRANT white blooms on a vine that makes rapid annual growth, which means that it doesn't climb onto your brickwork and eat out the mortar!  Blooming from mid- to late summer and often producing egg-size orange-yellow passion fruits.  They can be left on for decoration although they are edible, but are probably an acquired taste!  Host plant for the Gulf Fritillary Butterfly.

Soil:  Well-drained     H: 80"   W: Depends on support       B/M:  White/ Mid-summer

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Passiflora caerulea 'Waterloo Blue'       Hardy Passion Vine, Waterloo Blue        Z: 7-10

Passiflora caerulea 'Waterloo Blue'Beautiful sky blue petals corolla against fringed white petals.  A profuse bloomer with a soft fragrance followed by yellow-orange fruit.  Deep green, finger-like foliage.  Host plant for the Gulf Fritillary Butterfly.  This is our possibly our personal favorite.  Extremely vigorous and beautiful!

Soil: Well-drained        H: 30'  W: Varies w/ support         B/M:  Blue and white/7-9

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Passiflora 'Jeanette'    Ever Blooming Sterile Passion Vine              Zone: 6B-10 

Passiflora 'Jeanette'Our clone of 'Jeanette' originally came from cuttings at Scott Arboretum (Swarthmore, PA) where it was growing on an unprotected Lamp Post, so it's clearly hardier than generally reported on the Internet (7B) or maybe it's just this particular clone.  (You should still mulch well -- layers of leaves are great -- in winter.)   Beautiful mauve/wine w/ purple blooms all the time in warm areas and all summer in cold areas because it's sterile and never sets seed so-o-o-o-o it puts all of it's energy into blooming rather than setting seed/fruit !  A terribly rare Passion Vine and a rare color in a hardy hybrid Passion Vine.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained    H: 10-25'  W:  Varies w/ support     B/M:  Mauve/wine/all season

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Passiflora incarnata    Maypop, Hardy Passion Vine          Zone: 6-9

Maypop is a fast growing perennial vine that employs tendrils to grab hold of adjacent shrubs, structure and other supports to lift itself.  White tepals in a shallow bowl shape with a fringe of purple and white filaments (the corona.)  Beautifully intricate Maypop blooms are a spectacular sight.  Southeastern Native that looks best in natural and informal surroundings.  A little bit rowdy!  Host plant for the Gulf Fritillary Butterfly.

Soil:  Well-drained       H:8-12'  W:  Varies w/ support         B/M:  Purple and white/7-8

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Passiflora lutea  Passion Vine, Hardy Yellow    Z:5-10   

Passiflora luteaFrom a plant in Guildford, NC. but found all along the Eastern US. The most cold hardy Passion Flower. Unusual 1" yellow flower has a cross-shaped pistil and palmate, 3-lobed leaves. One of the three Passion Vines that are native to the U.S. Purple/black berries in Fall. To encourage bushiness, pinch the plants back during their first growing season. 

Soil:  Well-drained       H: 3-10' W: 22"      B/M:  Yellow/7-8

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Polygonum aubertii   Fallopia baldschuanica    Silver Lace Vine    Z: 4-8       

Polygonum aubertiiPROFUSE, FRAGRANT white flowers in late summer on a 'Polygonum' that is nothing like it's rampant cousins. It's a VINE, not a ground cover. It is vigorous but doesn't take over your yard or house. Excellent for covering fences and buildings. 

Soil: Most any, Well-drained best    H:20-30'  W: Varies w/ support    B/M: White/August  Growth Rate: Fast

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Polygonum aubertii 'Aureum'    Fallopia baldschuanica  Golden Silver Lace Vine     Z: 4-8    

Polygonum aubertii 'Aureum'The gold leaf form.  PROFUSE, FRAGRANT white flowers in late summer on a 'Polygonum' that is nothing like it's cousins. It's a VINE, not a ground cover. It is vigorous and excellent for covering fences and buildings. Blooms for a long, long time!   This is actually almost surely the cultivar 'Lemon Lace' BUT we purchased it originally as 'Aureum' so continue to use that name.

Soil: Most any, Well-drained best      H: 20-30' W:     B/M: White/ 8-9

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Polygonum aubertii 'Lemon Lace'  Fallopia baldschuanic Yellow Silver Lace Vine     Z: 4-8      

Polygonum aubertii 'Lemon Lace'A beautiful lemon colored leaf form of Silver Lace Vine with red stems and petioles and foamy white blooms in late summer over the lemon colored foliage.  Slower growing than the strong growing species.  Adds maximum brightness and punch to a fence, trellis or even a small tree.  Wonderful paired with Clematis.

Soil: Most any, Well-drained best      H: 20-30' W:     B/M: White/ 8-9

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Schisandra chinensis (Female)   Chinese Magnolia Vine    Zone: 4-9   ( best in warmer areas)

Schisandra chinensis (Female)    Magnolia VineA gorgeous Chinese Vine with enough real medical properties that it's being studied at Sloan-Kettering.  But we're selling because it's also gorgeous with creamy white, lightly fragrant blooms and red berries similar to our species.  Fast growing - up to 3 feet per year.  Scarlet, round red berries, borne in grape-like clusters ripen in from August to September.  It takes awhile to reach fruit bearing size - maybe 4-6 years and does require a male pollinator, but then wow!  Particularly wonderful growing on fences, arbors or pergolas.  Its Chinese name,  wu-wei-zi, means “five taste fruit”  - sour, sweet, salty, hot, and bitter tastes.  Berries are good sun dried.  Our plant is FEMALE.  You do need a male for fruit but not for flowers.  Hopefully, we will have a male soon but at this time, we only have plants from a fruiting female.  

Soil: Moist but well-drained      H: 10-30'   W: 18"     B/M:  Creamy white/5-6

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Schrizophragma hydrangeoides  Japanese Hydrangea Vine      Z: 5-9          

Schrizophragma hydrangeoidesA Japanese hydrangea vine with white blooms and deep green leaves. It features 8-10" wide flat-topped, lace cap-type hydrangea flower clusters  which bloom for 6-8 weeks July/August.. Each showy sterile floret features only one large, petal-like, white sepal set above 3-5" heart-shaped, serrate, deep green leaves which turn yellow in fall. Attaches to and grows up flat surfaces such as masonry walls by stem-borne adhesive rootlets.  Reddish brown stems hold some winter interest   The species is from Japan and China.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained    H: 30-40''  W: 6-9 but varies w/ support     B/M: White/7-8

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$13.99 Qt.

Schizophragma hydrangeoides 'Brookside Little Leaf'   Japanese Hydrangea Vine   Z: 5-9       

Schizophragma hydrangeoides 'Brookside Little Leaf'   Japanese Hydrangea VineA clinging vine that has smaller 1/2" juvenile leaves along with regular size mature leaves which makes for great texture and contrast.  Try this shade lover on a wall or tree.  Introduced by Brookside Gardens in Wheaton, (a beautiful place to visit by the way) this plant starts blooming, with their creamy white lace-cap blooms, a little later in life than other species BUT the interesting, crinkled foliage definitely makes it worth the wait.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained           H:15-30'   W: 10-20'       B/M:  Creamy white/5/6

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Schizophragma hydrangeoides 'Moonlight'     Japanese Hydrangea Vine 'Moonlight'   Z: 5-9      

Schizophragma hydrangeoides 'Moonlight'Choice! Bold, pewter-blue heart-shaped leaves are dissected by a network of green venation. A first class climber brought back from Japan by Berry Yinger. A spectacular vine reminiscent of climbing hydrangea. Large flat flowers encircled by white, tear-drop shaped sepals for 6-8 weeks! Great on a north facing brick wall or trained up a tall tree. Plant 24" from support.  The species is from Japan and China.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained   H: 20-30'  W: Varies w/ support    B/M: White/7-8

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Schizophragma hydrangeoides 'Roseum'   Japanese Hydrangea Vine 'Roseum'   Z: 5-9     

Schrizophragma hydrangeoides 'Roseum'A Japanese hydrangea vine cultivar which is noted for its pink flowers and deep green leaves. It features 8-10" wide flat-topped, lace cap-type hydrangea flower clusters  which bloom for 6-8 weeks July/August.. Each showy sterile floret features only one large, petal-like, pink sepal set above 3-5" heart-shaped, serrate, deep green leaves which turn yellow in fall. Attaches to and grows up flat surfaces such as masonry walls by stem-borne adhesive rootlets.  Reddish brown stems hold some winter interest.  Says Paul Cappiello, Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest, "I recently herded a group past a wonderful specimen at the Scott Arboretum and the gasps and sighs abounded. However, as wonderful a plant as the straight species is, the cultivar 'Roseum' is definitely worth the extra effort. Although slightly less vigorous than the species, the buttery soft-pink sepals are nothing short of magnificent."     The species is from Japan and China.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained    H: 20-30'  W: 6-9' but varies w/ support     B/M: Pink/7-8

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Schizophragma integrifolium var. fauriei     Hydrangea Vine   Light ShadePart Shade       Zone: 7-9  

Schizophragma integrifolium var. faurieiJust as lovely and with all the charm of the more commonly available Schizophragma hydrangeoides but this Native of Taiwan also has fuzzy, almost hairy, gray-green leaves and MUCH larger white flower heads in mid to late summer.  The enormous heads of creamy white flowers surrounded by large tear-shaped bracts are fabulous!  Not as hardy as S. hydrangeoides but if you're in the right zone, grow it!  It is a little know fact that aerial rooting climbers (such as this) climb much faster if allowed to scramble along the ground before starting to climb vertically.

Soil: Well-drained    H:30-40'  W: 20'    B/M: White/7-8

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Schizophragma integrifolium 'Plooster' ppaf      WINDMILLS™ Hydrangea Vine   Light ShadePart Shade       Zone: 7-9  

Schizophragma integrifolium 'Windmills'TM       Variegated Hydrangea VineWhite summer blooms adorn this elegant vine. The extra large distinctive flowers unmatched in the hydrangea world appear as windmills circling around the center flower with long narrow, pure white sepals.  Selected by Tim Wood of Spring Meadows from a batch of seedlings, this is truly amazing. Botanically speaking, it's really Schizophragma integrilfolium var. fauriei 'Plooster' ppaf.  That's how it works now - they want you to know the Trademarked Name and an appropriate one it is so they give them an ugly Botanical name!

Soil: Well-drained       H:30-40'  W: 20'        B/M: White/7-8

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Trachelospermum jasminoides     Confederate Jasmine, Star Jasmine    Zone: 7-10     

Trachelospermum jasminoidesAKA Rhynchospermum jasminoides   A somewhat slow growing evergreen short vine but so heavily scented that the blooms in July/August make it worth the wait!   Not particularly hardy, it's needs a warm sunny location in colder areas.  No idea why it's call Confederate Jasmine, since it comes, not from the South, but Asia!   It has many star-shaped, creamy-white blooms with a strong, sweet fragrance.  Overwinters inside in a COOL greenhouse or sunroom.  Let dry between watering.  Used as a ground cover.

Soil: Well-drained    H: 3-6' IB)   W:3-6'      B/M: Creamy white/5-6

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Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Tricolor'     Confederate Jasmine, Star Jasmine   Zone: 7-10    

Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Tricolor'AKA Rhynchospermum jasminoides or T. jasminoides '  The same as the species BUT with amazing highly colored leaves, splashed with white and green in the heat of summer however being mostly green during the rest of the year.  Comes inside as an evergreen houseplant in areas where it isn't hardy.  It has star-shaped, creamy-white blooms with a strong, sweet fragrance but not so many as the species.  If you want dynamic color, get this.  If you want lots of blooms, get the species..  Overwinters inside in a COOL greenhouse or sunroom.  Let dry between watering.   More slow growing than the species.  Great in containers.

Soil: Well-drained    H: 3-6' IB)   W:3-6'     B/M: Creamy white/7-8

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$16.99 Qt.

Wisteria frutescens 'Amethyst Falls'     Dwarf Native Wisteria      Z:4-8    

Wisteria frutescens 'Amethyst Falls'Somewhat less aggressive, though still capable of toppling an arbor or trellis if left untended, is our native American wisteria (W. frutescens). While its floral display is a little less impressive than the Asian species', it's still a charming vine, displaying handsome foliage and dangling purple blue flowers with a sweet perfume. Light summer pruning to control growth & flush a 2nd bloom.  Dormant pruning can be hard an unselective!   Host plants for the Zarucco Duskywing Butterfly.  The one vine that deer won't eat even if near starving.

Soil: Deep, moist well-drained      H:10-15'  W:       B/M:  Purple Blue/Early summer + again if cut back 

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Wisteria frutescens 'Aunt Maude'                Z:4-8  

200+ new plants for 2015.  Descriptions coming ASAP!

Soil: Deep, moist well-drained          H:   W:        B/M:   

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