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Flowering Vines That Grow in Partial Shade

by Nellene Teubner Plouffe
Vigorous, twining vines can bring gorgeous blooms to the landscape. Gardeners have hundreds of choices for climbing plants that grow in partial shade. In addition to sun requirements, the most important considerations when planting vines are your USDA Plant Hardiness Zone, the soil and the amount of...

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Black Eyed Susan Vine; The fast-growing Black Eyed Susan Vine (also called the Thunbergia or Clock Vine) adds a little drama with its solid black eye, framed by sunny yellow, white, or bold orange flowers. They're easy to grow from seed, prefer full sun, and grows 6 to 8 feet tall: TreeHugger

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