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  1. Vine Covers By: Ali Danesh & Dajon Mingo

  2. Project Plan • Apply Akebia (a-Kee-bee-uh) vines to a wall(s) on top of the Oaks to the Greenery • Could add excitement to environmental friendly zone • Pleasing sight also giving off rich chocolate aroma • Make a great cover

  3. Akebia Vine Info • Grows Flowers white/purple • Leaflets • Soft texture • Wonderful smell • Climbs reach 30-40 feet height/width • Can grow fruit, variety of plants needed

  4. Awareness • If you do not take care of the vine it can grow invasive • Do not let it grow on the ground as a ground cover, easily become wild • Could crush smaller plants if not trimmed properly

  5. Project Budget Akebia Seed (1) $25.00 Original Mud Gloves $7.95 Bag of Soil $3.97 Total = $36.92

  6. Location

  7. Location

  8. Instructions • Plant vine in a shaded site. The plant will grow in sun but prefers some protection from the midday sun. They are sensitive to root disturbance, planting out a potted plant. • Plants can be trained to grow along wires . Untrained plants can be rampant and overwhelm slower growing neighbors. Large plants can be cut back to ground level before the winter and will sprout again the next spring. • Water when the surface of soil is dry. Fertilize once a month for best results. • Plant seeds when pods are ripe. Seeds can take up to 6 weeks to grow, but can reach up to 20 feet in a year.

  9. Environment • Attracts insects to the area • Stores Carbon • Oxygen use

  10. Ohio Friendly? • The Akebia vines can survive winter conditions without special care needed. It stays ever green in the northwest. Therefore it can survive the rough winters here in Bowling Green.

  11. Views of Akebia Vines in variation