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    Southwestern vines for landscaping


    Vines do extremely well in the southwest most are profilic growers and can double sometimes triple in size.

    halls honeysuckle Halls Honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica `Halliana`)

    Great looking semi-evergreen vine, perfect for the southwest, white and yellow flowers that will bloom from spring thru late fall. It tolerates poor soil and likes full sun. Once established needs only occasional watering. Great fragrant smell almost all summer long. Fast-growing twining stems can up to 15' long or more can also be used as ground cover up to 2 feet tall.








    trumpet vine Yellow Trumpet Creeper (Campsis radicans 'Flava') The Yellow Trumpet Creeper, very fast growing clinging vine produces yellow trumpet shaped flowers in the summer months that attract hummingbirds. This trumpet bloom vine loves the southwestern sun it is a tough vine for hot and dry sites







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    Campsis radicans
    (Campsis radicans)

    Another great looking vine that does well in the southwest. Can handle the hot dry sun grows fast produces orange trumpet shaped flowers in the summer months that attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Can be used to cover fences, arbors, and rock walls.




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    honeysuckleMADAME JULIA CORREVON CLEMATIS (Clematis viticella)

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    This is one clematis vine that does great in the southwest. Beautiful wine-red flowers that bloom almost all spring and summer. They will bloom from spring thru late fall. It does need regular watering. Grows to about 12' wide and long. Great for small arbor, trellis and container vine.












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    star jasmineStar Jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides)

    Beautiful evergreen vine prized for its very fragrant, star-shaped white flowers. Train on posts, walls, or trellises, or use as a fast-growing shrubby ground cover. Good container plant in cold climates. Full to partial sun. Vine with 18 to 20 feet twining branches 1 to 2 feet tall








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    Balboa Sunset® Trumpet Creeper Campsis radicans 'Monbal'

    Very fast growing tubular, 3 to 4 in. dark red flowers in clusters create a dramatic show and attract hummingbirds. This a clinging vine ideal for screening on lattice, covering large areas as a groundcover or on an arbor. It will lose it's leave during cold winter months.

    Ideal for the Southwest conditions but requires regular watering during the mid hot summer months. Color Your World Nurseries will usually carry this vine during the early spring months.






    Southwestern Vines - Color Your World Nurseries will usually have these type of vines year round. Please call for availability (505)5231520 or 5210496

    More photos and descriptions of vines right here.

     

     

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