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Chocolate Vine, Akebia Quinata:   HIGHLY INVASIVE. Grow in contained areas, trellises, fences, etc. (also see: http://homeguides.sfgate.com/care-chocolate-vine-68150.html)

Akebia Vines Bear Chocolate Scented Flowers

Grow the Chocolate Vine, Akebia Quinata So this is the crazy vine I have!

I want this but unavailable!  Fragrant Cloud Honeysuckle they say:  Sweet Fragrance for Your Trellis        Clusters of white and magenta flowers envelop the air with soothing sweet fragrance from June through September. Plant near a trellis, arbor or fence and enjoy a beautiful vine that is covered top to bottom with blooms. Grows to 10 ft. tall in full sun or part shade. Full sun to partial shade. Potted plants. Zones 5-9.

Fragrant Cloud Honeysuckle they say: Sweet Fragrance for Your Trellis…

PlantFiles Pictures: Blue Passion Flower, Hardy Passionflower, Passion Vine, Passionvine (Passiflora caerulea) by Happenstance

PlantFiles Pictures: Blue Passion Flower, Hardy Passionflower, Passion Vine, Passionvine (Passiflora caerulea) by Happenstance

Full size picture of Silverlace Vine (Fallopia baldschuanica) For the fence!

PlantFiles Pictures: Silverlace Vine (Fallopia baldschuanica) by ineedacupoftea

G. Lonicera, Major Wheeler  Masses of blooms all season long.  Masses of red trumpet shaped blooms cover this native honeysuckle vine beginning in late spring and continuing through autumn. A fast grower, it's also deer resistant and a hummingbird favorite!  Product Details  lifecycle: Perennial   Zone: 4-8   Sun: Full Sun, Part Sun   Height: 3-8  feet  Spread: 3-8  feet  Uses: Borders   Bloom Season: Fall, Summer

Lonicera, Major Wheeler Masses of red trumpet shaped blooms cover this native honeysuckle vine beginning in late spring and continuing through autumn. lifecycle: Perennial Zone: Sun: Full Sun, Part Sun Height: feet Spread: feet Uses: Borders Bl

Black-eyed Susan Vine (Thunbergia alata)

Tips for Growing Black-eyed Susan Vine

Black-eyed Susan vine is quick growing and easy to care for. The tubular flowers are often seen in orange, but they also come in soft yellow, white and a scattering of other colors. Tips for growing Thunbergia alata, Black-eyed Susan vine.

Cup and Saucer Vine Flower - Seed Savers Exchange

Flower, Cup and Saucer Vine

Vigna caracalla is a leguminous vine, originating in tropical South America and Central America.   This perennial vine (when grown in a climate without frost) has fragrant flowers said to be reminiscent of hyacinths - with a distinctive curled shape, giving rise to the common names corkscrew vine, snail vine, snail creeper, or snail bean.  Thomas Jefferson called this plant "the most beautiful bean in the world".

Vigna caracalla is a leguminous vine, originating in tropical South America and Central America.

American Bittersweet - Celastrus scandens Zone: 3-8 American bittersweet is a vigorous twining vine growing to 10-20 feet. Both male and female plants are needed to produce the attractive berries and many times sexed plants of the species are not available at garden centers. Only the female plant will bear the attractive fruit. Look for named cultivars such as ‘Diana’ (female) and ‘Hercules’ (male) or ‘Indian Maiden’ and ‘Indian Brave’

American Bittersweet - Celastrus scandens Zone: 3-8 American bittersweet is a vigorous twining vine growing to 10-20 feet. Both male and female plants are needed to produce the attractive berries and many times sexed plants of the species are not available at garden centers. Only the female plant will bear the attractive fruit. Look for named cultivars such as ‘Diana’ (female) and ‘Hercules’ (male) or ‘Indian Maiden’ and ‘Indian Brave’

Talk about a vigorous and hardy vine! Five-leaf Akebia, also known as chocolate vine, will cover whatever structure you put it on and can grow up to 40 feet. Just like the name implies, the leaves are 5-lobed and resemble miniature hands. In late spring, you can sometimes spot inconspicuous dark purple blooms that waft a spicy fragrance into the air. This deciduous vine can also be used as a ground cover and is hardy to zone 4. It will tolerate many different soils, but needs full sun to…

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