Fast-Growing Vine with Dramatic FlowersMadame Rosy is a fast-growing, tenacious vine with stunning flowers. Grow on a trellis, arbor or any other surface where you’d like a hardy, ornamental vine. It’s even dense enough to use as a privacy hedge.Nothing can possibly compare with this dynamic perennial vine that seems to have it all. The most impressive feature of your Madame Rosy is of course the 3-inch, trumpet-shaped flowers that appear in the spring and persist through autumn. Their brilliant salmon-rose intensity is a compelling lure to butterflies, songbirds and especially hummingbirds who will take a special interest in your vine. Your Madame Rosy is sure to be a commanding presence in your yard. Second only to the stunning, prolific bloom is the dramatic nature of your Madame Rosy. Fast-growing, tenacious and durable, your Madame Rosy knows how to take hold and flourish. In the first 5 years you can expect 15 feet growth with a 12 foot spread, eventually taking this climbing vine to 30 feet! The shiny green leaves fill out the woody vine nicely, it’s arching branches easily wrapping around, and adhering to whatever surface you’ve intended it for. It’s a tenacious plant that will certainly live up to your expectations year after year. Madame Rosy is deciduous vine with an aggressive, dynamic nature and striking flowers. It’s quite hardy, growing in most soils as well as being drought tolerant and with no serious insect or disease problems. It’s a seedless variety so you won’t have to rake seed pods up in the fall. It prefers full sun but will tolerate a little shade. One of its best features is that you can plant it and leave it alone, or prune it to shape if you like. It’s an outstanding plant and an outstanding choice for your yard today *Fast-growing*Hardy*Bright, trumpet-shaped flowers.
Perennial Vine with 4 Season InterestThe Climbing Hydrangea, Hydrangea anomala petiolaris, will produce beautiful white flowers in late spring and early summer.Climbing Hydrangea is one of the best vines for clinging to brick or stone walls. It can be particularly effective when grown against building walls where it can easily attach and cling to the surface.The Climbing Hydrangea vine is an extremely versatile vine with year-round interest. The exfoliating, reddish brown bark of mature plants is attractive in winter. The yellow fall foliage is another feature of this plant. This plant is slow to establish, but quite vigorous thereafter. If pruning is needed, prune after blooming is finished.Use this plant for climbing on arbors, fences or the trunks of large trees, and over low stone walls. It also can be grown as a ground cover in shady areas or on steep embankments.Climbing hydrangea for sale as a unique woody vine are extremely hard to find. Buy yours before they sell out!* Attracts butterflies* Long-lived* Long bloom period .
Fast Growing Climber Attracts Butterflies & HummingbirdsThe Trumpet Creeper, Campsis radicans, is a rapid growing clinging vine that produces bright red orange trumpet shaped flowers up to 3 inches long. It blooms in the summer months and attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Also known as the Trumpet Vine, and it is a tough vine for hot and dry sites.The abundant sprays of trumpet-shaped red orange flowers cover this deciduous vine for an extra long bloom season.Trumpet Creeper often grows with multiple trunks, or a shrub like form if it does not have anything to climb. When it does have a structure upon which to climb, it has a vine form that grows up to 30 feet tall. Eventually, the main stem can grow to seven inches wide.The rapid growth makes it an excellent plant for covering fences or arbors. The clinging vines attach themselves to structures and climbs by aerial tendrils.* Bright Orange Trumpet Shaped Flowers* Vigorous Growth* Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds .
Smaller, More Flavorful FruitArctic Beauty Female Kiwi Vine, Actinidia Kolomikta – Female, is a great climbing plant that has a lot of appeal! This vine is grown for its heart-shaped foliage, which opens purple and matures to bright green marked with splashes of white and pink.‘Arctic Beauty Female’ has flowers, though fragrant, are inconspicuous since they are often hidden by the foliage. One male plant will pollinate 6 female plants. Greenish-yellow, 1″ long, edible fruits appear on female plants. These grape-like berries, produced by the female plant, are edible and ripen in the fall. A native of Russia, ‘Arctic Beauty’ produces a smaller fruit with all the great flavor of its bigger cousins!This species is dioecious, which means that you need separate male and female plants. The male plants reportedly have better leaf variegation than the female plantsThe ‘Arctic Beauty Female’ Kiwi will not have fruit unless you have other cultivars or more than three plants – it’s a hit and miss to find if you have male plants or female plants.It is a fast growing plant that prefers sun to partial shade. It is less invasive than other kiwis.Arctic Beauty Female Kiwi Vine can be trained to cover a fence or arbor. It can grow to twenty feet, will provide great texture, and adds a wonderful appearance to any landscape!*Heart Shaped Variegated Foliage*Edible Grape Like Fruit*It is Less Invasive Than Other Kiwi Cultivars.
Grow Your Own Willamette Hops at Home! From the land of Hazelnuts and some of the best Pinot Nior wines in the world comes Oregon’s other finest crop…Hops. Hops vines are perennial vines that once established grow very quickly getting up to twenty feet or more each season.The Willamette selection comes from the beautiful Willamette river valley and is commercially used to produce Santa Fe Nut Brown, Bell’s Best Guess Brown Ale and combined to make Fat Tire and other well-known beers. It an excellent for making lagers and all kinds of ales. Home brewers prize this hop for its spicy aroma & fruity characteristics.Maybe you are not a beer maker? The vines are easy to grow in full sun and can be trained on fences or trellises. Willamette Hops are highly ornamental and a pollinator magnet too. Willamette is an aroma type and exhibits super disease resistance. Quick cover for ugly fences and unsightly views too.For a fast growing ornamental screen that thrives in full sun, Willamette Hops is a great choice. These plants are hard in high demand and extremely hard to find for home delivery. They always sell out fast for us. Buy yours today!* Attracts pollinators* Great ornamental screen* Fragrant late summer flowers* One of the fastest growing vines.
The top hop for American beer!Named after the beautiful Northwest mountain range that nurtured it when it was first developed in the 50’s, Cascade Hop (Humulus lupulus ‘Cascade’) has grown to become the favored hop of craft breweries all across America. Cascade gives beers, ales and lagers a distinctly “American” taste, completely unlike European versions.If you’re part of the home craft beer movement, you will love being able to harvest your own hops, making your beer truly “home-grown”. Cascade is good for both flavor and aroma and has a pleasant flavor profile that is flowery and spicy quality with a slight grapefruity twist.If you’re not a beer craftsman you will enjoy growing cascade hops for the beautiful and quick coverage this easy-care vine will give you. Let it scramble up a gazebo or pergola or along a fence. The fragrant flowers are like small, chartreuse-green, papery pinecones and never fail to draw attention from garden guests. Many people don’t know what goes into beer making, so it’s always a good conversation starter.Cascade Hops is a wonderful vine that will grow to 15 feet tall. Whether you harvest it or simply admire it, you will love it! Buy yours before we sell out!* The definitive hop for American craft beer * Quick-growing vine to 15’* Unique fragrant flowers bloom summer to fall* Easy care and hardy.
Gorgeous Twining Vine with Decorative FruitAmerican Bittersweet Vines, Celastrus scandens, has clusters of petite, green-tinted blossoms appear sprinkled throughout this decorative vine in spring. Orange-yellow capsules appear in summer, opening to reveal scarlet berry-like seeds that persist into winter. Even the fall foliage of Bittersweet is colorful, its lively yellow leaves brightening up the autumn landscape.This fast-growing vine is the perfect way to dress up a drab area of your late-season yard. From its delightful twining nature and spring color to its fall display and brilliant red berries, American Bittersweet is sure to brighten your landscape this year.* Spring flowers * Non-edible berries * Fall color * Winter interest * Fast growing * Cuttings used in indoor arrangements * Adaptive to a variety of soils * Wildlife interest.