7 Invasive Vines To Avoid In Your Yard And Garden
What are some common invasive vines to avoid in your yard and garden spaces? Click here to find out.
Growing ornamental vines provides unique interest and height to areas of the garden or in the home. The following articles include information on how to grow different types of vining plants so you can choose the right one for your particular needs.
For a touch of the tropics in your landscape, try growing queen’s wreath vine. The following gives information on how to grow and care for the vine.
Also known as Crimson Glory grapevines, the Crimson Glory vine plant is actually an ornamental type of grape. Read on for more info.
Deciduous vine care may be a bit more difficult than hardy evergreens but will be worth it when they come back in spring. Click here for more info.
Trailing vines that like full sun can grow up a fence, trellis, or an arbor with various purposes in the landscape. Find some full sun vines here.
Maybe you confuse a trellis with a pergola, which is easy to do. If you’ve wondered exactly what a trellis is, click here to get more info.
Most gardeners have had one or more climbing plants in the garden that have tendrils. What are tendrils for? Should they be removed? Find out here.
A green curtain is simply a curtain made of plants. These green curtain gardens can be grown in a wide range of locations. Learn more here.
Growing vines on railings is a fun way to garden on your porch, deck, or balcony. The contrast between the plants and iron or wood railings can be lovely. It’s a great way to brighten up your outdoor space or even add some privacy with vines as a barrier. Learn more here.
If you’ve always dreamt of a vine-covered arbor redolent with blooms but live in an area with significant winds and didn’t think there were any suitable vines for windy locations, this is the article for you. Click here to find out about windy garden vines.
If you have a brick wall and are in search of a climbing vine to decorate and enhance your home, you not only need to decide the type of vine for a brick wall but consider the health of your house and what method the vine uses to climb. This article will help.
Nothing is quite as picturesque as a house covered in English ivy. However, certain vines can damage building materials and necessary elements of homes. If you?ve considered having vines growing on siding, this article has tips to prevent damage.
Trees are not the only plants that can be used to shade hot, sunny areas. Vines can too. Learn about using vine plants as shade cover here.
Putting together a flowering garden often entails a lot of balancing to ensure color and interest all summer long. To make this process a lot easier, you can opt for plants that have especially long bloom times. Learn more about vines that flower all summer long here.
Vines can be trained up nearly any structure and can be grown easily in containers. Click this article to learn more on growing vines in pots.
Growing climbing vines indoors can be easily accomplished and there are quite a few common indoor vine plants to choose from. This article discusses them. Click here to learn more about these climbing vines.
If you're short on room to garden, take advantage of vertical spaces by growing annual vines. Read this article to learn more about the different types of annual vines you can grow.
Perennial flowering vines are functional as well as beautiful. Most perennial vines are rampant, vigorous plants that quickly cover a structure fairly quickly. Find out about the different perennial vines in this article.
Covering chain link fences is a common problem for many homeowners. But if you learn how to plant a living fence with a fast-growing plant, you can have a fence that is both lovely and inexpensive. Click here for more.
Flowering vines add color, character and vertical interest to any garden. Growing flowering vines is not complicated and many types of vines are easy to grow. Find information and tips on how to grow flowering vines in this article.