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  1. VINES … An Underutilized Source of Color and Interest in the Landscape Alan Shapiro Grandiflora March 31, 2005

  2. VINETYPES • HARDY EVERGREEN – KEEP LEAVES AND STEMS IN WINTER • HARDY DECIDUOUS – IN FALL, LOSE THEIR LEAVES, BUT NOT STEMS • PERENNIAL – DIE BACK TO GROUND IN WINTER, BUT GROW BACK QUICKLY FROM CROWN IN SPRING • TROPICAL– DIE TOTALLY IN FREEZING WEATHER • ANNUAL – DIE, BUT RESEED

  3. WHY USE VINES? • Fast-growing for rapid screening of undesirable views • Quick shade over structures • Exotic-looking flowers • Long-blooming period • Many are fragrant • Attract Butterflies or Hummerbirds • Many produce berries or fruit for wildlife attraction

  4. Bignonia capreolata - Cross Vine

  5. Bignonia capreolata ‘Tangerine Beauty’

  6. Akebia quinata – Chocolate Vine

  7. Solanum jasminoides ‘Variegata’ – Variegated Potato Vine

  8. Gelsemium sempervirens – Carolina Yellow Jessamine

  9. Lonicera japonica ‘Purpurea’ – Purple-leafed Honeysuckle

  10. Lonicera sempervirens – Red Honeysuckle

  11. Lonicera sempervirens ‘John Clayton’ – Yellow Honeysuckle

  12. Trachelospermum jasminoides – Confederate Jasmine

  13. Trachelospermum jasminoides ‘Variegata’ – Variegated Confederate Jasmine

  14. Clytostoma callistegioides – Purple Painted Trumpet Vine

  15. Manettia cordifolia ‘John Elsley’ – Brazilian Firecracker Vine

  16. Mascagnia microptera –Butterfly Pea Vine flowers

  17. Milletia reticulata – Evergreen Wisteria

  18. Campsis radicans – Trumpet Vine

  19. Campsis flava – Yellow Trumpet Vine

  20. Wisteria frutescens – American Wisteria

  21. Antigonon leptopus – Coral Vine

  22. Antigonon leptopus ‘Alba’

  23. Aristolochia grandiflora – Pelican Flower

  24. Aristolochia gigantea

  25. Aristolochia littoralis ‘Elegans’

  26. Clerodendrum thomsoniae – Bleeding Heart Vine

  27. Clerodendrum thomsoniae ‘Variegata’ - Bleeding Heart Vine

  28. Clerodendrum delectum

  29. Pyrostegia venusta – Flame Vine

  30. Quisqualis indica - Rangoon Creeper

  31. Pseudogynoxys chenopodioides – Mexican Flame Vine

  32. Pseudogynoxys chenopodioides ‘Sao Paulo’ – Mexican Flame Vine