Vines can add height to your landscape. They climb up trellis work and other structures to help fill that area between the top of the perennials and the lower branches of trees. With the exception of a few vines such as Black-eyed Susan Vine (Thunbergia species) or Morning Glories (Ipomoea species) which are annuals, most of the vines are perennial and form a woody stem.

Perhaps the most often used vine in the landscape is Clematis. There are dozens and dozens of hybrid cultivars and several species of clematis available today.

Our index of commonly grown ornamental vines contains many of those used in the home landscape in the temperate regions of North America.

 

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