Types of Vines
Prized around the world for its highly fragrant white flowers that open at night and close in the morning. This butterfly attractor can be used as a bushy vine or scrambling shrub.
A robust, upright grower valued for its showy clusters of large red berries and its ability to add a quick privacy hedge, wide screen or windbreak.
Has a dense, low growth habit and lush dark green foliage that makes it an excellent choice for use as a groundcover. Excellent alternative to lawn grass!
Bougainvillea are one of the most popular plants in the Southwest, where they are prized for their massive display of bright flowers that come in a variety of vibrant colors!
Grow them as a vine or shrub, either way they can bring a burst of bright orange trumpet-shaped flowers that can add some much needed curb appeal. These are one of the most versatile plants for any landscape!
A large, fast-growing shrub noted for its abundant cluster of orange trumpet blooms. Great choice for use as screens, privacy hedges, along walls and borders.
We love to plant this attractive medium to large rambling shrub as a colorful privacy screen or as a wonderful background accent in any landscape.
Features very fragrant, star-shaped white flowers and attractive lush dark green foliage, so it's a good choice for planting near patios and entryways where it can be enjoyed by anyone.
An amazing fast-growing vine perfect for covering unsightly block or stucco walls with beautiful, fragrant yellow blooms in late spring and attractive green foliage.
Lady Banks is a mostly thornless climbing rose with clusters of yellow and white blooms. Can be used as a natural privacy screen teeming with beauty!
Plant Japanese Wisteria in your landscape and you can create a spectacular and colorful springtime scene teeming with butterflies and hummingbirds!
Grow on fences, high walls or arbors and enjoy the stunning seasonal color display of abundant flowers! Often used as a colorful way to soften and accent architecture.
A carefree climber that displays a wonderful show of purple, trumpet-shaped flowers that also works amazing on a chain link fence used as a privacy screen!
The Creeping Fig is one of the few plants that can securely attach themselves to wood, masonry, or metal, so it’s an excellent choice to cover unsightly walls or fences.
You’ll love the springtime blooms of white, pink or violet flowers produced by Lilac Vine, an attractive evergreen vine that’s ideal for climbing accent locations, walls and trellises.
Sweet smelling flowers can appear in early spring, covering up fences or walls with an abundant cluster of starry pinkish-white blooms that are hard to resist!
Lonicera japonica 'Halliana'
A trailing, climbing or twining vine that’s perfect for use as a fragrant cover for fences and walls! Can produce masses of wonderfully aromatic yellow and white flowers in the summertime.