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Purple sweet pea plants produce a sweet scent.

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Unwrap a grapevine wreath and wind it around your mailbox as a trellis for jasmine or other climbing vines.  Rustic and inexpensive mailbox update from 11 Magnolia Lane.

Mailbox Redo Perennials Jasmine Rustic Grapevine Trellis

Unwrap a grapevine wreath and wind it around your mailbox as a trellis for jasmine or other climbing vines. Rustic and inexpensive mailbox update from 11 Magnolia Lane.

Top 10 Choices for Annual Vines and Climbing Plants

Top 10 Choices for Annual Vines and Climbing Plants

Clematis & old chair......love this look. So simple and pretty.

Clematis climbing on a chair. I am doing this this summer with the purple clematis and a yellow chair for my kids' school colors.

How to Grow a Trumpet Vine

How to Grow a Trumpet Vine

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MEXICAN FLAME VINE  For sheer beauty, the brilliant orange daisy clusters of Mexican flame vine (Senecio confusus) are hard to beat. This trouble-free climber with arrowhead leaves rapidly blankets a chain-link fence or a column. It offers a continuous spring-to-fall procession of blooms which slowly turn red as they age. This sun-loving perennial, also available as a 'Sao Paulo' cultivar with only red flowers, especially appeals to Gulf Fritillary butterflies

Mexican Flame Vine, Orange Glow Vine (Senecio confusus) perennial zones annual elsewhere

Vine Tree

The Vine Tree / Covered in foliage, this vine support could be mistaken for a tree. / Plant a vine and enjoy grapes from your own 'Vine Tree'. / Alternatively cover with scented roses, wisteria or Honeysuckle. / The Vine Tree after three years growth.

garden idea that blooms nearly all year long, what to plant for each season

Create a Nonstop Border

Create a Nonstop Border Featured in the September, 2010 issue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine, Lark Kulikowski has learned by doing in her perennial border. Starting with what she calls pass-along plants, divisions contribu

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