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Tangerine Beauty

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Tangerine Beauty Bignonia capreolata Easy to grow vine that provides abundant tangerine blooms over a long season. Attaches itself to most surfaces by tendrils. Grows in just about any condition. Semi-evergreen to evergreen, colorful solution for a fence or arbor with afternoon shade. Although this east Texas native is slow to establish, ‘Tangerine Beauty’ sports brighter, showier flowers than other cultivars and will reward your patience with loads of orange blooms. Flowers bloom on old wood, so prune this vine immediately only after blooms fade.

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Thunbergia Mysorensis

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Thunbergia Mysorensis

Thunbergia Mysorensis Indian Clock Vine This rare vine produces wide-mouthed flowers in the tangy yellow and red colors, reminiscent of the savory spices of its homeland in India. It blooms in clusters from winter through summer with pendulous chains from which emerge wave after wave of eye-catching flowers.

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Dutchman’s Pipe Vine

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Dutchman’s Pipe Vine

~Dutchman’s Pipe Aristolochia macrophylla Great Butterfly Plant That Gives Shade and Hides Eyesores Beautiful foliage, unusual flowers, freedom from pests and ease of growth.  The flowers make a great conversation piece, it has such luxuriously dense attractive foliage and makes a great screen.   It is especially good at covering chain link and other wire; it’s also nice growing up a trellis on the patio or near an entry where the striking flowers can be seen at eye level.  This rugged robust vine also does well in...

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Huapala Vine

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~Hua Pala Vine Pyrostegia venusta  With its brilliant orange flowers, the Hua Pala is ideal for growing over a pergola or a sturdy fence.  The higher the support the better, as the flowers can hang down for the best effect.  As well as the brilliant floral display, the plant also has interesting foliage, with twisting climbing tendrils.  This tendril is the plants climbing mechanism.  It is one of the most spectacular flowering vines in cultivation. It is popular with hummingbirds.   Toxic to...

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Green/Blue Jade Vine

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Green/Blue Jade Vine

~Jade Vine

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Prince Kuhio Vine

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Prince Kuhio Vine

~ Prince Kuhio Vine Ipomea horsfalliae A Jamaican native that bears clusters of flaring red tubular flowers in late winter and spring. Named after Hawaii’s Prince Kuhio. Outstanding vine for trellises. The blossoms are a true cardinal red and the vine reaches for whatever it can grab hold of.  This is a very graceful, airy vine. It blooms profusely throughout the summer and the red, trumpet-shaped flowers are big favorites of...

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Hua Pala Vine

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Hua Pala Vine Pyrostegia With its brilliant orange flowers, the Hua Pala is ideal for growing over a pergola or a sturdy fence. The higher the support the better, as the flowers can hang down for the best effect. As well as the brilliant floral display, the plant also has interesting foliage, with twisting climbing tendrils. This tendril is the plants climbing mechanism. It is one of the most spectacular flowering vines in cultivation. It is popular with hummingbirds. Toxic to animals.

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Thunbergia Grandiflora Alba

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Thunbergia Grandiflora Alba White Sky Vine / Bengal Clock Vine The trumpet-shaped flowers of this Thunbergia are white. Plant it in full to partial sun, where it will grow to be about 20 feet high. Bengal Clock Thunbergia does best in well-drained soil. It’s lovely flowers blossom in pretty chains of blooms.

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Stephanotis Vine

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Stephanotis Vine Madagascar jasmine Stephanotis flowers have long been treasured for their beauty and sweet scent. The tropical twining vine, with its dark shiny foliage and snowy flowers, are a traditional element in wedding bouquets.  The Madagascar jasmine is widely cultivated for its lasting waxy white flowers and intense fragrance. The scent is strongly reminiscent of the true jasmine, hence the common name. However, these species are not at all related. Can grow up to 30 feet long and as much as 15 feet in a single season.

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Thunbergia Grandiflora

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Thunbergia Grandiflora

Thunbergia Grandiflora Blue Sky Vine Plant this Thunbergia in full or filtered sun in your garden, where it will blossom with tubular blue flowers. This perennial vine requires support, so use it in an arbor or tied to a small fence. It has lovely heart-shaped leaves, and is hardy. This Thunbergia will grow to be 20 feet high and does best in organic soil.

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