Actinidia arguta 'Issai' - mini-kiwi Actinidia arguta 'Issai' - mini-kiwi
Issai is a self-fertile variety of the so-called mini-kiwi. This means that unlike the species it does not need a male and a female plant to produce fruit. Apart from tasty fruit it is a nice plant, too, with deep green leaves and scented flowers in June …
Actinidia deliciosa 'Jenny' - kiwi Actinidia deliciosa 'Jenny' - kiwi
Jenny is another self-fertile variety of kiwi. This means that it does not need a male and a female plant to produce fruit. Apart from tasty fruit it is a nice plant, too, with deep green leaves and scented flowers in June …
Actinidia chinensis - Kiwi Fruit Actinidia chinensis - Kiwi Fruit
The Hardy Kiwi, are native to the mountains and hills of southwestern China where they grow wild in trees and on bushes. The Hardy Kiwi was introduced to the United Kingdom, Europe, United States, and New Zealand between 1900 to 1910 from China. Commercial plantings were made in New …
Amazon.com | 10.09. 2007
Ornamental Kolomikta Kiwi Vine Actinidia kolomikta - Kolomikta Vine, Kiwi Vine
Striking, deciduous climber with pink and white splashed leaves, which give the appearance of having been dipped in paint, and fragrant, white early summer flowers. This unusual, overlapping foliage looks marvellous on a sunny, protected wall. Not apparent on younger plants, the variation …
Amazon.com | 31.05. 2007
Aeschynanthus radicans - Lipstick Plant Aeschynanthus radicans - Lipstick Plant
Related to African violets and gloxinias, lipstick plants are members of the gesneriad family. Its easy to see the reason for their common name since the lobed red flowers emerging from a maroon sheath do resemble lipsticks in tubes. Natives of the West Indies, the plants grow as …
Amazon.com | 02.11. 2007
Chocolate Vine Akebia Quinata Akebia quinata - Chocolate Vine
Known as Mu-Tong in Chinese medicine, it has been used for laryngitis and dry coughs, urinary stones, and bladder problems. A decoction is made from the dried stem of the vine. The plant is a shrubby vine that is cold hardy to 18 degrees. Can be raised as an evergreen vine in warmer …
Amazon.com | 31.05. 2007
Akebia quinata - Chocolate Vine Akebia quinata - Chocolate Vine
Also known as Five-Leaved Akebia. A very hardy Japanese climber with astonishingly fragrant deep purple flowers followed by elongated edible fruit. Climbs readily and can also be used as a ground cover. Compound, leathery leaves are unusual in appearance. Evergreen in mild climates …
Amazon.com | 08.07. 2007
Aristolochia durior - Dutchman's Pipe Vine Aristolochia durior - Dutchman's Pipe Vine
This is an unusual and decorative vine which provides distinctive flowers, ornamental foliage and dense shade. Popular since colonial times for its long leaves and remarkable blooms which are yellow in color and are shaped similarly to a traditional Meerschaum pipe. The flowers are …
Amazon.com | 06.06. 2007
Campsis grandiflora - Chinese trumpet creeper Campsis grandiflora - Chinese trumpet creeper
Probably the most eye-catching version of trumpet creepers is this Chinese one. As a fast growing vine it can soon cover walls, gazebos or fences. The flowers are large: 7-9 cm wide, salmon pink with a clear yellow throat. The buds form a raceme that blooms from July till frosts …
Campsis radicans 'Flamenco' Campsis radicans 'Flamenco' - Red Trumpet Vine, Crimson Trumpet Vine
A deciduous climbing vine that is easy to grow and an American native. Attractive to hummingbirds, butterflies and bees, this would be a great addition to a butterfly garden. Will cling to garden structures and will grow rampantly in full sun or partial shade. Will grow in any average …
Amazon.com | 08.06. 2007
Campsis radicans 'Flamenco' - trumpet creeper Campsis radicans 'Flamenco' - trumpet creeper
Trumpet creepers are gorgeous things in summer gardens, on patios, or climbing up walls, gazebos or fences. They are fast and vigorously growing vines that can create a dense coverage of bright green foliage with profusion of flowers within only a few years …
Yellow Trumpet Vines Plants Campsis radicans 'Flava' - Yellow Trumpet Vine, Yellow Trumpet Creeper
Plant Type: Deciduous Vine Uses: Climbing Propagation: Seeds, Stem cuttings, Layering, Root cuttings Habit: Climbing Light: Full Sun, Part Shade Flower Color: Yellow Blooms: Spring, Summer, Autumn Width: 3 ft.; Height: 30 - 40 ft. Fertility: Average Soil: Neutral, Moist, High, Medium …
Amazon.com | 31.05. 2007
Campsis radicans 'Stromboli' - trumpet creeper, climber Campsis radicans 'Stromboli' - trumpet creeper, climber
Trumpet creepers are gorgeous things in summer gardens, on patios, or climbing up walls, gazebos or fences. They are fast and vigorous growing vines that can create a dense coverage of bright green foliage with profusion of flowers within a few years only …
Campsis x tagliabuana 'Madame Galen' - Trumpet Vine Campsis x tagliabuana 'Madame Galen' - Trumpet Vine
France, 1889. Campsis x tagliabuana Madame Galen. Very floriferous hybrid with the flower size of grandiflora and hardiness of radicans …
Amazon.com | 08.06. 2007
Cardiospermum halicacabum - Love in a Puff Cardiospermum halicacabum - Love in a Puff
An exciting combination of beautiful leaves, distinctive pods, and attractive white flowers. At home in almost any landscape, Love-in-a Puff (Balloon Vine) brings elegance to any setting. Growing to approximately 8 feet in height, you may start them inside 6-8 weeks before last frost …
Amazon.com | 14.11. 2007
Clematis chiisanensis 'Korean Beauty' - Clematis Clematis chiisanensis 'Korean Beauty' - Clematis
Liven up your hanging basket, container plantings, or trellis this summer with this easy to grow Clematis. Flowering in only three months from sowing, you can use Korean Beauty almost anywhere, plus as a hardy perennial it will come back year after year. The nodding, rich yellow blooms …
Amazon.com | 15.10. 2007
Clematis paniculata - Clematis Sweet Autumn Clematis paniculata - Clematis Sweet Autumn
The beautiful sweet autumn clematis is a vigorous semievergreen (or deciduous) vine than can climb up to 30 feet. The compound leaves are glossy and deep green. The star shaped white flowers are about an inch and a quarter across and sweetly fragrant. They are borne in numerous branching …
Amazon.com | 08.07. 2007
Clematis tangutica - Golden Clematis, Old Man's Beard Clematis tangutica - Golden Clematis, Old Man's Beard
Masses of buttercup yellow lantern-shaped flowers adorn this late summer bloomer. It is excellent for trellis or naturalizing. This is a very easy to grow and hardy clematis. There is an old saying with Clematis; Tops in the sun and feet in the shade. In other words the vine blooms …
Amazon.com | 06.06. 2007
Clematis viticella - Italian Clematis Clematis viticella - Italian Clematis
Clematis viticella - Originating from native to Southern Europe Clematis viticella (Italian Clematis), have finally come up in the world. They thrive both in a hot Mediterranean climate and in the coolness of Northern Europe. Preferring sunny areas they shouldnt be planted in shade …
Amazon.com | 24.09. 2007
Hybrid Clematis - Nelly Moser (Red-Barred Mauve) Clematis ´Nelly Moser' - Clematis
Enormous flowers--8-9 inches across--cover the vines June through frost. Vivid colors make the blossoms look tropical, but clematis is tough and hardy--nearly carefree once established. Requires a support (something thin, like wire or chain link, will work best) and climbs 8-12 feet …
Amazon.com | 18.05. 2007
Clematis 'Anna Louise' - Clematis Clematis 'Anna Louise' - Clematis
The large 6-8 inch flowers really stand out. Petals are violet with a contrasting purple red bar in the center. AGM WINNER. Sun to partial shade in moist, fertile soil. Likes a warm top and cool bottom. Will flourish under neutral or even slightly acid conditions. Great climbers that …
Amazon.com | 26.06. 2007
Clematis 'Doctor Ruppel' - Clematis Dr.Ruppel Clematis 'Doctor Ruppel' - Clematis Dr.Ruppel
Clematis is most often seen in softer shades, but Dr. Ruppel offers fans a showier choice. This is a bi-color repeat bloomer: in May and June, it displays 8-in. rose-carmine blooms with white anthers; in September, the flowers come in again, but the colors are toned down a bit. There …
Amazon.com | 01.06. 2007