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Our Picks: The Best Flowering Vines To Plant

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Jun 15, 2021
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There's something so romantic and vibrant about vines climbing up the side of your wall that adds a refreshing twist to your back or front yard.

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It's important to note that vines that climb do so in different ways. Twining vines climb a fence or other structure by branches that twist around the structure.

Other vines use aerial roots that attach themselves to a supporting structure like a flat wall. These might require more tending as they can damage the structure they grow on overtime. Whichever is your pick, we've compiled a list of some of our favorite flowering plants.

Sweetpea

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Sweetpeas have a delicate, sweet scent. These pretty colored plants are ideally planted in the spring as they're not particularly fond of very hot temperatures.

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Clematis

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These plants come in white, pink, purple, red, and bicolor. They thrive in sunny and partially sunny areas. While they may require some help wiring it to a trellis to climb, after that, they'll do their thing relatively easily.

Cup and Saucer Vine

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The cup and saucer vine or sometimes referred to as cathedral bells vine features cup-shaped flowers in shades. They typically come in the colors purple or white and have pale green-shaped leaves.

Star Jasmine

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This pretty perennial vine has white flowers have a beautiful fragrance! It may take some years for these to come into their fullness, but they look breathtaking once they do. They prefer full sun.

Climbing Hydrangea

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The great thing about climbing hydrangeas is that they grow slowly enough that you can easily control how you want them to grow.

Black-Eyed Susan Vine

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Black-eyed Susan vines commonly come in yellow, white, or orange, but you can also get these in red, salmon, and ivory varieties.

Hyacinth Bean

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Hyacinth bean is a fast-growing ornamental vine. It typically comes with pretty pink or white flowers that flourish in hot temperatures.

Purple Passionflower

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These gorgeous, exotic-looking flowers are available in a variety of colors. The vines can grow in pots indoors to overwinter the plants indoors in cooler climates.

Bougainvillea

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The Bougainvillea will give your home all year-round color. This vine is a drought-tolerant perennial plant that blooms off and on throughout the year. It thrives in not too hot, not too cold climates.

Wisteria

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The Wisteria vine features beautiful draping flowers that resemble grapes. They thrive in full sun and grow relatively quickly.

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