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24 Best Vines for Containers

Add a vertical touch in your container garden by growing climbing plants for containers. Must see these 24 best vines for pots.

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What Flowering Vines Are Best For Your Zone?

Louisville, KY Climate Zone 6B-The hardiest flower for this climateClematis via Midnight Musings

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The large flowers keep it coming all summer on this heavy bloomer. This vine would be great twining through a trellis or shrub, or cascading out of a hanging basket. To 6’ tall. Annie's Annuals

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from HGTV

Types of Fragrant Climbing Plants

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5 Fast-Climbing Vines for Your Garden

Plant one this spring, and it could reach heights of 10, 20, even 30 feet by summer's end. #Gardening

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from eHow

Shade-Tolerant Perennial Vines

Climbing Hydrangea Climbing hydrangea is a deciduous blooming vine that loves shade to partial shade and spreads vertically from 20 to 30 feet. Climbing hydrangeas grow best in well-drained rich soil. Their heart-shaped green leaves and clusters of large off-white flowers make it a striking vine to plant against the northern side of your home. Or, plant a climbing hydrangea next to a tall fence or a wooden arbor. It needs very little pruning and is almost disease-free.

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View picture of Queen's Wreath, Bluebird Vine, Sandpaper Vine (Petrea volubilis) at Dave's Garden. All pictures are contributed by our community.

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