Vines

Vines are the plant equivalent to splashing paint on a blank canvas. Vines bring life to blank walls and can turn wire gazebos into vibrant shade structures for relaxation. Vines also offer shelter for beneficial insects and birds. Here are some we have in stock right now:

Engelman Ivy

Berries are toxic, use as  ground cover or vine, leaves emerge bronze in spring and mature to a dull green,  leaves change to bronze-red in fall, produces black berries in fall, stems are self-clinging, hardy to 9,000, Zone 3, repels deer

Boston Ivy

Berries are toxic, use as ground cover or vine, leaves emerge bronze in spring and mature to a dull green, leaves change to purple or crimson-red in fall, produces black berries in fall, stems are self-clinging, hardy to 6,500, zone 4, repels deer, benefits bees

English Ivy

Harmful if eaten/May cause skin irritation, use as a vine or ground cover, leaves turn bronzy-red in winter, stems will root into the ground, evergreen foliage is medium sized, stems are self-clinging, hardy to 6,500′, zone 5, benefits pollinators

Virginia Creeper

Berries are toxic, use as a ground cover or vine, leaves emerge bronze in spring and mature to a dull green, leaves change to purple or crimson-red in fall, produces black berries  in fall, stems are self-clinging, hardy to 9,000′, zone 3, fragrant, attracts hummingbirds, repels deer

Hops “Willamette”

Used to make pale ales or UK style ales, also used to make teas for insomnia, vigorous growing vine, zone 3, attracts butterflies

Clematis – Jackmanii

Most popular deep purple variety due to large flowers size, vigorous growth habit and consistent flowering, blooms on new growth midsummer, and then again on new shoots in early fall, the second round will likely produce small flowers, prune in Feb or March as new leaf buds appear lower on the plant, remove all dead material above these buds, blooms June-Oct, zone 2, repels bunnies and deer, attracts hummingbirds

Chocolate Vine

Very twining habit, good for fences or walls, will tolerate almost full shade and some drought, will produce edible fruit when multiple vines are planted, small white flowers in the spring, hardy to 6,000′, zone 4, repels deer, fragrant

Honeysuckle

Red berries in winter, flowers are white-ish yellow, good for trellis or fence, blooms in the summer, hardy to 7,000′, zone 4, attracts hummingbirds, repels deer, fragrant

Trumpet Vine

 

Develop thick woody stems and require substantial support, clusters of yellow trumpet-shaped flowers in summer, good over arbors or pergola, drought tolerant, hardy to 5,500′, zone 4, attracts hummingbirds, benefits bees, repels deer