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clematis | Another favorite vine that you will often find climbing arbors and mailbox posts is Clematis. Clematis varieties can bloom either in the fall or spring and evergreen varieties are also available. They produce a flush of flowers anywhere from 4 to 6 inches in diameter and come in a huge range of color choices. These are easily grown in zones 3-9.

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Here are TGG’s Top 5 Garden Vine Choices, how we use and grow them, and where!

5 Top Garden Vines

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Fall Container Garden (ornamental cabbages and kales are edible) | Our Fairfield Home & Garden

For the First Day of Fall - switched out the IKEA window boxes hanging on the gazebo with tiny mums, flowering kale and kept the scaevola. Kale keeps green through the winter.

Ideas for a succulent garden - these plants are so easy to maintain - #DIY #Garden #Ideas

Ideas for planting succulents - these plants are so easy to maintain. What a great DIY wedding centerpiece or favor idea!

Fuschia, Lady in Black. The very first black double-flowered climbing fuchsia. I think it’s just great for covering arches, trellis, walls and fences where it’ll climb up to 2 metres in a season. Whether you’re a total beginner or an ‘old hand’, you can rely on fuchsias for truly spectacular - and fairly foolproof - floral display. ‘Lady in Black’ will climb up to 2 metres in a season, showering your garden with more than 500 blooms. Height: 2m (6’). Spread: 90cm (36").

Fuschia, Lady in Black. The very first black double-flowered climbing fuchsia. Great for covering arches, trellis, walls and fences.

wood pallet garden strawberries

Pallet Gardening - An Abundance of Strawberries

Clematis 'Wildfire' , from Iryna

Clematis Wildfire-this vine carries deep violet and magenta flowers that range from in diameter. Because it blooms on both new and old wood flowering starts in early summer and goes till fall. It is deer resistant and attractive to hummingbirds.

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