The large flowers of Rebecca are a stunning shade of red and bloom from early to late summer. Reaches a height of 6-8' in the garden and covers an arbor or trellis beautifully. Give it just a light prune in early spring.
Exceptional and unique, this is the first clematis to offer wonderful fragrance along with large, colorful flowers! Deep red buds open to cranberry-violet flowers that nearly cover the deep green foliage, delivering a spectacular display while perfuming the summer garden. Blooms over a month earlier than others and often continues well into autumn after the prolific first flush.
As fragrant as it is colorful, honeysuckle vine is one of the most foolproof plants you can grow. Quickly scrambling up and over fences and arbors, locate honeysuckle near a deck or patio where you can enjoy its beauty and fragrance at close range. All this super-easy vine requires is a sunny spot where it can spread out and show off. Hummingbirds and butterflies will also flock to your garden when this vine bursts into bloom in mid-summer. Honeysuckle vine can grow 20 feet tall so regular pruning is necessary to keep it in line.
Generally you need both a male and a female bittersweet plant to get the much loved orange berries, but you'll only need one Autumn Revolution™ for a beautiful crop of the biggest berries you have ever seen! The majority of the flowers formed on Autumn Revolution are perfect, meaning that the flower itself has both male and female parts. In other words, you only need one plant to bear fruit. Perhaps because of this unique characteristic the fruit production is absolutely extraordinary and the berry size is twice that of what you normally see. This truly is an extraordinary improvement for this beloved native vine.
Showy pin-wheel shaped flowers from elegant elongated buds cover this vigorous growing vine for a long season. Performs in warmer areas where large flowered Clematis will not grow. Attractive branched foliage. Deciduous. It is a strong performer in the garden!
Finally, a winter hardy wisteria that will reliably bloom in the spring and survive our cold winter temperatures. “Summer Cascade” comes out of Minnesota and we were delighted to see it bloom in our containers pots. (The old varieties sometimes took 7-8 years before blooming in the ground!). Plant this one on a sturdy trellis or structure, since it will grow quite large and last for years in the garden.
We know that it’s fall for sure when the “Sweet Autumn” Clematis burst into bloom. Hundreds of tiny star shaped white flowers will cover the 6’ vines. These perennial vines are perfect for a spot right by your front door so you can enjoy their sweet smell during the fall season.