Any kind of vine, climbers, flowering or variegated or fruit.  Veggie vines can probably be classified in another group but if not they are okay, too!

Location: Elizabethton, TN
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Here's the Hyacinth Bean Vine flowers, will post the purple seeds pods next.  They're beautiful and grow about 8ft.  Leaves are dark purple at first and then turn green.

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morning Glories 15 Replies

I soaked my morning glory seeds before planting them.  They didn't even sprout!  Any suggestions as to type of soil, etc.? Continue

Started by Kathleen Trout Horvath. Last reply by Kathleen Trout Horvath May 20.

Wisteria 8 Replies

When I moved here just over a year ago in Jan..I brought a piece of Wisteria that I pulled up from the main plant and it rooted in water.  Sadly, after planting it outside it died later.  Now, this…Continue

Started by Janet Ruth Baron. Last reply by Bonnie Hannum ~ Missouri, USA Jun 22, 2013.

Bestest Cheapest Trellis You've Ever Seen! 28 Replies

You're gonna love this .. Last Spring I was wandering around Home Depot and was looking at rebar thinking I could thread some chicken wire through it for a trellis and right next to it was something…Continue

Started by Anne Kirkley - Zone 8. Last reply by Bonnie Hannum ~ Missouri, USA Jun 22, 2013.



Started by Joan *Flower Angel*.. Z-8. Last reply by gretchen Aug 6, 2012.

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Comment by Victoria Gordon on May 20, 2015 at 7:27pm

I found the chocolate vine on Gurneys.  I purchased both varieties since I am curious about the fruit they produce.  The description said zone 5 hardy, sure hope so.  The flowers are quite pretty, one is all dark violet and the other is violet and white.  I don't know if the hummers will see them and come, or even if the flowers are a type the hummers like.  I do know that bees will definitely love them, hopefully butterflies will too.  I also occasionally get hummingbird moths. They are quite interesting.  I actually thought it was a extremely tiny hummer the first time I saw one.  Oh, the name chocolate vine is because the blossoms smell like chocolate.  I can hardly wait.

Comment by Joseph Wright on May 17, 2015 at 7:31am

Happy spring

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Comment by Joseph Wright on May 17, 2015 at 7:28am

Hi Victoria ! Awhile back I have seen them online at spring hill nursery.try typing the name into goggle & it will show you who Seels them online.Also try annual vines like morning glory & Spanish flag that might hephep luaring in those humming birds . They are so pretty ! Good luck !

Comment by Victoria Gordon on May 16, 2015 at 3:33pm

I've tried all the well known nurseries and garden suppliers looking for chocolate vine.  They're all sold out. Does anyone know of a supplier that is more obscure and may carry chocolate vine?  I want to attract migrating hummingbirds, but my support will not handle trumpet vine.  It's sturdy enough, but not that sturdy. 

Comment by Joan *Flower Angel*.. Z-8 on October 17, 2014 at 2:46pm


Comment by mo puff on October 9, 2014 at 7:25am

B BB BANG!! In your eye balls!

Comment by Joseph Wright on October 8, 2014 at 7:31pm

It takes!


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