Best Flowering Vines That Can Add Beauty to Your Garden

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Introducing flowering vines is one of the best ways of adding beauty to your compound. These climber plants add color, texture, and fragrance to your garden. Besides, when you plant them in your backyard, they are best for creating privacy and screening. Luckily, most flowering vines are fast-growing and require little maintenance. Here are a few colorful flowering vines that can add color and texture to your landscape.

Clematis

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This plant scrambles up trellises and mounts fences and arbors throughout the year, making it a favorite perennial vine. This type of vine comes in different varieties that flower and produce an amazing scent during different seasons. The Sparky series, for instance, is an early-blooming clematis that welcomes the season with breathtaking spiky flowers. Most clematis varieties are beautiful to look at, and they come in different shades, including pink, purple, blue, red, white, and bi-color.

You must know how to grow and care for clematis for them to thrive in your garden. Besides being easy to grow, clematis vines are also durable. They thrive in full sun but can also tolerate shade. 

Honeysuckles

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These are fragrant vines that bear tubular flowers that come in shades of yellow and red. The flowers bloom all summer long and can last into autumn, attracting hummingbirds and bees to your yard. Honeysuckles are fast-growing, and they’re perfect for covering trellises, arbors, or fence posts. While there are many varieties of honeysuckle, the Japanese honeysuckle species is not recommendable. It is an invasive plant that can take over your garden.

For easy planting and maintenance, research on how to grow and care for honeysuckles.

Black-Eyed Susan Vine

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Originally from Africa, this variety is also known as the clock vine. It bears small and cheerful florets similar to black-eyed Susan blooms hence the name. The cheery flowers from this vine come in different colors; white, yellow, apricot, or pink. This vigorous grower scales upon any support it encounters, making the vine ideal for trellis or vertical growth. They are perfect additions to any outdoor living space.

Black-eyed Susan vine thrives in full sun. Their blooming season is from summer to fall.

Carolina Jessamine

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This vine is popular for its amazing show of sweet-scented bright yellow blooms and emerald green foliage. Caroline jasmine can climb over fences, trellis, walls, or arbors without choking surrounding plants. It is ideal for adding privacy to your homestead. It blooms twice a year, very early in spring and in fall. The vines love sunny regions and are not hardy to cold.

Chocolate Vine 

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This vine also goes by the name Akebia Quinata/Five-leaf Akebia. It bears dangling stalks of chocolate-smelling flowers that are deep purple in color and bloom in spring. Besides its attractive flowers, chocolate vines also feature appealing blue-green foliage. These vigorous growing vines can grow up to 20 feet tall in one year. Pruning them is inevitable. You can control how this vine will grow. Either horizontally as a ground cover or vertically by planting it near a structure that will support its climb.

Chocolate vines thrive in full sun, but they also tolerate partial shade.

Conclusion

Flowering vines are one of the best attractions to your garden. They spread colors that make your garden attractive and sweet-smelling at the same time. Besides, they attract hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies to your garden. Please choose any of the above flowering vines to enjoy their beauties. Would you like to learn more about gardening? Subscribe to our blog today!

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