Tagged as: Vines
Botanical Name: Celastrus scandens
Common Name: American Bittersweet
Height : 30-40' Attachment: Twining stems Habit/Form: Climbing vine Zone: 3-8
Cultural Requirements: Full sun for best fruiting; tolerant of poor soil provided it's well-drained; requires male and female plant to set fruit; yellow fall color; prune in early spring to keep under control and promote fruiting.
Ornamental Characteristics: Small clusters of greenish-white flowers in May-June; fruit is a yellow-orange, 3-lobed capsule with showy red seeds.
- Vines 100%
Vines add versatility to the home landscape, being both functional and decorative. Vines can be grown for their beautiful prolific blooms, attractive summer foliage, fall color, and interesting ornamental fruits and seedpods. Evergreen ...
- Hardy Kiwi 100%
Botanical Name: Actinidia kolomiktaCommon Name: Hardy Kiwi Updated 1/2012 Height: 15-20' Attachment: Twining stems Habit/Form: climbing vine Zone: 4-8 Cultural Requirements: Prefers part...
- Boston-Ivy 98%
Botanical Name: Parthenocissus tricuspidataCommon Name: Boston-Ivy Updated 11/2012Click on an image to enlarge. Form Leaf Fall leaf Attachment: Clinging with holdfasts Habit/Form: Climbing...
- Virginia Creeper 98%
Botanical Name: Parthenocissus quinquefolia Common Name: Virginia Creeper* Updated 11/2012 Form Leaf Fall leaf *Given the right conditions, these vines can be aggressive and control may be...