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    Bignonia capreolata Athens

    Bignonia capreolata Athens


    US Native. Crossvine is the common name for Bignonia capreolata. It is a beautiful semi-evergreen or evergreen, self-clinging vine that will scramble up a trellis or any other support quickly and easily. It is hardy and relatively pest free. The deep red buds in spring open to reveal a cheery yellow corolla with dark throat and will attract hummingbirds! Prune as desired. Learn More
  2. Bignonia capreolata Shalimar Red

    Bignonia capreolata Shalimar Red

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    Bignonia Shalimar Red is a darker flowered form than most selections of the species. Not quite Dragon Lady but an excellent performer for us. This is a selection of the species Bignonia capreolata. Prune as desired. Learn More
  3. Parthenocissus henryana

    Parthenocissus henryana


    Silvervein Creeper is what we call the refined and restrained cousin to our native Virginia Creeper. It has absolutely stunning foliage but won't outgrow a limited space. The fall color of this self-clinging vine is also beautiful. Learn More
  4. Actinidia arguta Jumbo

    Actinidia arguta Jumbo


    A large fruited selection of Hardy Kiwi developed in Italy. Plant this with a male for fruit. Only one male is needed in proximity to several females. Learn More
    Actinidia arguta Ken's Red

    Actinidia arguta Ken's Red


    Ken's Red is a beautiful selection of Hardy Kiwi with tasty fruit that ripens in fall to a deep red color. Needs a male pollinator. Learn More
  6. Actinidia kolomikta female

    Actinidia kolomikta female


    This is the female partner to the colorful male Kiwi grown for its foliage. Plant the male nearby for tasty little fruits in fall. Learn More
  7. Campsis radicans

    Campsis radicans


    Our native Trumpet Vine. Like its sisters and cousins found here, it is a hummingbird magnet! Vigorous growth is topped with bright clusters of flowers in mid summer. Easy and generous! Learn More
  8. Parthenocissus quinquefolia Variegata

    Parthenocissus quinquefolia Variegata


    Creamy white variegation abounds on this selection of our native Virginia Creeper. Overall, this selection is also far less vigorous making it suitable for smaller spaces. Fall color is still lovely! Prune as needed. Learn More
  9. Cissus discolor

    Cissus discolor


    The Rex Begonia Vine, not a begonia at all, is spectacular for bringing intensely colored foliage to sun or shade gardens and looks particularly striking when grown so both the front and reverse of the leaves (deep red) can be seen. Even the stems are colorful; sporting the intense red color found on the back of the foliage. Looks great in a container; especially a hanging basket which makes it simple to bring inside for the winter. Learn More
  10. Ficus pumila

    Ficus pumila


    A beautiful classic wall climber! Ficus pumila is a surprisingly hardy self-clinging vine shown here gracing a formal garden in zone 7 Geogia. Often found in the conservatory setting where it stays fairly small, we found it all over the buildings in Italy. Learn More
  11. Actinidia arguta male

    Actinidia arguta male


    A beautiful vine in it's own right but mostly used as a pollinator for the female of the species. Just one is required for several females. Learn More
  12. Bignonia Dragon Lady

    Bignonia Dragon Lady


    Wow! I mean wow! This is a beautiful selection of Crossvine with all the great growth and ease of care you find in the species. Add the rich ruby red flowers in spring and you can't go wrong! Prune as desired. Learn More
  13. Ampelaster carolinianus

    Ampelaster carolinianus


    Climbing Aster (or Walking Aster) will take on a fence without hesitation or let it scramble around through and over your perennial border. Great rosy pink flowers are nice in fall. Prune as desired. Learn More
  14. Campsis radicans Atropurpurea

    Campsis radicans Atropurpurea


    Beautiful red trumpets call out to Hummingbirds wherever this is planted! Not actually purple as the name implies but deep red. Prolific blooms all summer. Learn More
  15. Wisteria Blue Moon

    Wisteria Blue Moon


    This new selection of a native species was found in Minnesota. The flower clusters hang down a full foot and are wonderfully fragrant, too. Best of all, Blue Moon blooms as a young plant and can repeat through summer. Learn More
  16. Bignonia capreolata Tangerine Beauty

    Bignonia capreolata Tangerine Beauty


    Bignonia Tangerine Beauty is a wonderful tangerine orange and yellow selection. This has been the best repeat bloomer for us. It is self-clinging and trouble free like the species. This is not a hybrid but a selection of the species Bignonia capreolata. Prune as desired. Learn More
  17. Campsis Jersey Peach

    Campsis Jersey Peach


    A peachy selection given to us by the Scott Arboretum that we really admire. The color is nicer than the usual yellow selections of Trumpet Vine and the clusters tend to have more blooms open at once, making a great show! Very vigorous and easy. Give this one some room. Very limited supply. Learn More
  18. Clerodendrum thomsoniae variegatum

    Clerodendrum thomsoniae variegatum


    This is a beautiful variegated selection of the classic climber. Flowers individual or in clusters appear over a background of cream, gold and deep green foliage. A white calyx forms first, then opens to reveal an intense red corolla which protrudes out of the opening. Clerodendrum thomsoniae variegatum is also right at home in a sunny window up north in the winter for those in climates too cold to grow it in the landscape. Learn More
  19. Parthenocissus Fenway Park

    Parthenocissus Fenway Park


    A plant "sport" found growing on the Green Monster (outfield wall) at the legendary baseball field for which it is named. Best grown in partial shade, it will absolutely light up a wall with its true chartreuse foliage. Self-clinging. Learn More
  20. Kadsura japonica

    Kadsura japonica


    Kadsura japonica has beautiful glossy green foliage that is evergreen in its warmer reaches. It has small yellow flowers in summertime but is usually grown for the handsome foliage. Learn More
  21. Pseudogynoxys chenopodioides

    Pseudogynoxys chenopodioides


    The easy and vigorous vine with the painful name! Mexican Flame Vine or Orange Glow Vine has attractive, almost velvety foliage with a few blunt teeth and a dark green color. The bright orange flower color stands out clearly against the foliage and this vine has plenty of bloom power! This is the Sao Paulo selection. Learn More
  22. Campsis radicans Flava

    Campsis radicans Flava


    Bright yellow trumpets play to your garden all summer from this easy native vine. Hummingbirds love trumpet vines! Learn More
  23. Pandorea jasminoides Variegata

    Pandorea jasminoides Variegata


    An evergreen tropical with pink flowers that fits into subtropical climates as well. Beautiful cream splashes on the foliage brighten it up even when not in bloom. Learn More
  24. Ficus pumila Variegata

    Ficus pumila Variegata


    A beautiful classic wall climber! Ficus pumila This selection is adorned with creamy white margins that will really brighten up a wall! Self-clinging, too. Learn More
  25. Campsis Madame Galen

    Campsis Madame Galen


    Madame Galen is a beautiful cross between our native radicans and grandiflora with the vigor and some of the hardiness of the native and the large flowers of its other parent. She will put on a steady show of blooms all summer! The full name is Campsis x tagliabuana 'Madame Galen'. Learn More
  26. Bignonia capreolata Helen Fredel

    Bignonia capreolata Helen Fredel


    Helen Fredel has the largest flowers of any Bignonia we've ever seen! The big orange corolla and golden yellow throat are held out nicely from the large leaves making a show as big as Texas, where it was discovered. Learn More
  27. Decumaria barbara

    Decumaria barbara


    Wood Vamp is our native cousin to Climbing Hydrangea. Like its cousin, Decumaria is self-clinging and sports large clusters of fragrant white flowers in late spring. The rich, deep green foliage is considered superior by some growers. Learn More
  28. Stictocardia beraviensis

    Stictocardia beraviensis


    Stictocardia beraviensis is one of those plants you see rarely and just have to stop and look. The giant, soft velvety foliage and stems are beautiful enough, but the flowers have an intensity of flaming colors that just can't be ignored. Flowers more in full sun with ample water but can be grown in shade where the leaves will become mammoth! Suitable for a large container and a sunny window for winter. Learn More
  29. Clerodendrum splendens

    Clerodendrum splendens


    Brilliant red flower clusters abound on this easy, vigorous vine. The bracts remain and fade to a lovely purple color, too. Mature size is just 8-12ft! Learn More
  30. Parthenocissus quinquefolia Engelmannii

    Parthenocissus quinquefolia Engelmannii


    This is the Engelmannii selection of the classic native Virgina Creeper vine. It has a smaller leaf structure than the species. A nice selection! Vigorous and beautiful in summer and flaming red in fall. A great choice for covering large areas of unsightly concrete block or anything else. Self-clinging and best fall color is in full sun to partial shade. Learn More
  31. Dioscorea villosa

    Dioscorea villosa


    Wild Yam is a beautiful little vine with glossy green leaves that have a wonderful pattern of veins showing. The texture effect is terrific! Small flowers in chains yield unique three sided seed pods. Dioscorea villosa dies back in winter and returns from the tuber each spring. Our plants are propagated here at the nursery and not wild-collected, but the original cutting came from the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina. Learn More
  32. Podranea ricasoliana

    Podranea ricasoliana


    This tender evergreen will bloom pretty pink trumpets nearly year-round in mild, warm climates. Learn More
  33. Apios americana

    Apios americana


    I first saw this growing in the wild while kayaking with the family on Broad River in Georgia. My first thought was, "look at that marvelous red Wisteria!" until I realized it was Ground Nut; Apios americana. The beautiful clusters of red flowers were hanging gently over a quiet edge of the river. I knew its wonderful history as a staple crop of the Native Americans and how it helped early European settlers survive, but I never expected it to be so pretty in person! Easy to grow and good in wet areas, Apios americana is an herbaceous perennial twiner with clusters of up to a dozen little flowers and a long bloom season. Its native habitat runs from the Gulf of Mexico all the way deep into New England and out to the Midwest. Learn More
  34. Aristolochia littoralis

    Aristolochia littoralis


    Calico Flower is sometimes confused with its larger cousin, Aristolochia gigantea. They look very similar but this evergreen, tropical vine is more restrained in habit with smaller flowers. Definitely a good choice for those folks who want the effect without sacrificing so much space. Learn More
  35. Dicentra scandens Athens Yellow

    Dicentra scandens Athens Yellow


    Named by famous plant expert and educator, Allan Armitage, this selection of Dicentra scandens is a flower factory producing hundreds of bright yellow hearts all summer long and into fall. We first spotted this while he had it in plant trials at the University of Georgia years ago. So glad its been named and brought to the public eye! Learn More
  36. Aristolochia gigantea

    Aristolochia gigantea


    Aristolochia gigantea is also called Giant Pelican Flower and Giant Dutchman's Pipe. The vine is easy to grow and very vigorous. While officially hardy to zone 10 and warmer, we've given ours a few frosts with no trouble at all. Technically, it is safe to 27f. Up north, we grow it in a large pot on the back porch and bring it in to a light window for the winter after cutting it back a bit. In the warm months it is constantly rewarding us with the huge, unusual blooms with great colors. Each flower has one day in which it smells like a lemon. While it isn't overpowering, with so many flowers in blooms at once, it is always noticed when walking by. Down south it may be safely grown outdoors in the ground where it will bloom much longer each year. Learn More
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