Wall Climbing Plants Shade

Wall Climbing Plants Shade

March 22, 2014 – 11:16 pm

Plumbago capensis, very nice, covered with flowers all the summer, no sun, no scent. Suffers a lot from ice. Schizophragma hydrangeodes Lonicera caprifolium, forest plant, white flowers...

Climbing plants Louisiana

Climbing plants Louisiana

March 24, 2014 – 11:47 pm

Last Thursday morning, June 13, at around 8:30 a.m., a deadly explosion and fire occurred at a chemical plant northwest of New Orleans, Louisiana killing two people and injuring seventy-seven...

Passion flower climbing plants

Passion flower climbing plants

March 28, 2014 – 01:26 am

“Maypop” is how we knew this plant that grew on a south-facing slope amidst blackberry bushes on our dairy farm in Rutherford County, North Carolina. That’s something of an odd name, since...

Climbing plants to cover fence

Climbing plants to cover fence

March 29, 2014 – 01:32 am

Some vines will add interest to the fence; others will simply cover it up. As with other types of plantings, you ll need to decide on the characteristics you prefer when choosing vining...

Hardy climbing plants pergolas

Hardy climbing plants pergolas

April 3, 2014 – 04:16 am

Many stunning and hardy plants exist to grow up and over your pergola, adding an inviting design to an outdoor landscape. Plant creeping vines like honeysuckle and trumpet vines for their...

Climbing plants for Balconies

Climbing plants for Balconies

April 4, 2014 – 04:41 am

If your nasturtiums are anything like mine, they’re definitely in need of some sort of trellis, unless you want them to trail over the side of the pot you have they growing in. There are...

Climbing plant Trachelospermum jasminoides

Climbing plant Trachelospermum jasminoides

April 5, 2014 – 05:36 am

Climber: Trachelospermum jasminoides grows eventually to 6m x 6m, although growth is rather slow at first, becoming moderate after 5-7 years. Evergreen oval dark green leaves. Flowers: fragrant...

Climbing plants for South Texas

Climbing plants for South Texas

April 8, 2014 – 08:30 am

Plugs for native milkweeds are practically impossible to find in nurseries and because of their extremely long tap roots, transplanting them successfully often fails. Texas longterm drought...

Climbing plants for South Australia

Climbing plants for South Australia

April 17, 2014 – 12:10 pm

Climbers and scramblers are superb additions to the garden. They form excellent screen plants for walls and fences, provide shelter from the sun when grown on pergolas and add interest and...

Climbing plants 3D model

Climbing plants 3D model

April 19, 2014 – 01:35 pm

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Climbing plants 3D model

Climbing plants 3D model

type= video/mp4; codecs= avc1.42E01E, mp4a.40.2 /> Professor: eran dinur Software Version: speedtree 6 Original Run Date: January 2013 Highly detailed animated 3D trees and plants can make a huge visual impact in digital environments and matte paintings, as seen in movies such as Avatar. Yet the complexity of trees and many plant species makes them notoriously difficult to recreate, and requires a move from traditional modeling techniques to unique…


Chocolate Vine

Chocolate vine germination

Chocolate vine germination

Chocolate vine (Akebia quinata), also known as fiveleaf akebia, is often used to adorn and cover structures, such as fences, walls, trellises and arbors. In addition to its five-leaflet, blue-green foliage, this vine grows 1-inch diameter flowers and blue-purplish fruit. Native to Korea, Japan and China, chocolate vine can thrive in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 to 8. This twiner is easier to control in the warmer climates, because…


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Climbing plants for South Australia

Climbing plants for South Australia

Climbers and scramblers are superb additions to the garden. They form excellent screen plants for walls and fences, provide shelter from the sun when grown on pergolas and add interest and variety when grown on trees or amongst shrubs. Many produce colourful flowers and fruits, or are of interest for their foliage. Propagation Climbing and scrambling plants are commonly grown from seeds or cuttings. The best cuttings are taken from young growth which is just…


Chocolate Vine

Violet Chocolate Vine

Violet Chocolate Vine

Akebia quinata fruit. Chocolate vine Akebia quinata Common name: Chocolate Vine (5 leaflets) A fast growing semi-evergreen twining woody vine, with lovely, lush green rounded leaves with 5 leaflets, underside of leaves blue-green colour, tinged purple in winter. Produces clusters of small trailing chocolate purple coloured spicy, vanilla fragrant flowers. The small three petaled flowers bloom from March to April. After a long hot summer the 5 inch – 9cm long…


Oregon Grape

Yellow Oregon Grape

Yellow Oregon Grape

The Northwest forests are teeming with life—many of which may go overlooked or unseen. On your next hike, look out for the little things and discover something new on your favorite trails. By Tami Asars Bird: Varied Thrush If you set out for a forested hike this winter, you may see what you think are American robins. Before you dance a little jig that spring is just around the corner, take a closer look. What you’re seeing is likely a varied thrush. While similar…


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Hedera helix English ivy uses

Hedera helix English ivy uses

This evergreen vine is widespread in western Washington, both as an intentionally planted ornamental and as an invasive plant in woodlands and parks throughout the region. Legal status in King County, Washington The four cultivars of English Ivy that have been shown to be the most invasive in the Pacific Northwest are Class C noxious weeds on the Washington State Noxious Weed List: Hedera helix Baltica , Hedera helix Pittsburgh , Hedera helix Star , Hedera…


Oregon Grape

Oregon Grape Mahonia repens

Oregon Grape Mahonia repens

Photo: Paul Slichter This is one of my favourites for placing under a woodland garden setting where not a lot of water is going to be used. Most woodland gardens we think of as a lush shaded cool spot with this long list of delicate moisture loving herbaceous plants like ferns, Meadow rue, etc. I put Creeping Oregon Grape in with a dry forest floor setting, though it ll take the moisture anyway as long as it s not a bog. It s name is a give away for it s habit…


Climbing Hydrangea

Variegated Climbing Hydrangea

Variegated Climbing Hydrangea

A few years back, I gave a Hydrangea talk at Swarthmore College and I told the audience that there were no cultivars of Climbing Hydrangea ( Hydrangea anomela ssp. petiolaris ). This is no longer the case for there are now four new cultivars available in North America. The most intriguing of these is a new variegated form called ‘Firefly’. Ironically this plant was discovered by Horticulturist Dan Benarcik just thirty miles from Swarthmore. Firefly is quite…


Oriental Bittersweet

Oriental bittersweet Massachusetts

Oriental bittersweet Massachusetts

This beauty if a beast! Oriental bittersweet can kill trees and shrubs. Learn how to remove this invasive vine. Oriental bittersweet berries. Source: Leslie J. Mehrhoff, University of Connecticut, Bugwood.org Bittersweet is a vine with beautiful reddish orange berries popping out of little yellow jackets, often used to make wreaths and decorations in the fall. There are two species that grow in our area: native bittersweet and Oriental bittersweet. Oriental…


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Hedera helix supplement

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