Chilean Jasmine (Mandevilla Laxa); Flowers during summer and autumn. Heavenly fragrance similar to gardenia & vanilla. Unlike its species mates that have almost no fragrance. A deciduous vigorous climbing vine that can reach 15 feet in height. Grows best in a position where it gets some direct sun. More controllable than Morning Glory vines.
Clematis cartmanii 'Joe' evergreen vine - Fat buds, full of promise, start to appear in January and grow like bunches of grapes for several weeks until opening. The flowers are as close as you can get to a buttercup, a relative in the Ranunculaceae family.
For a long season, sprays of bright pink flowers with deeper pink centers adorn this rapid climber. Good cover for arbors and fences. Can be evergreen in warm areas. Full sun. Stems to 30 to 40 feet long. Seed grown.
Clematis paniculata var. lobata The flowers are slightly larger than the species, but just as sweetly scented. The new leaves have roughly toothed edges, but this disappears as the plant matures. Flowers from January, and more profusely from early spring.