Vines

virginia creeper

How to Grow and Care for Virginia Creeper Vine (Parthenocissus quinquefolia)

The common saying, “Looks can be deceiving”, is proven true by the Virginia Creeper Vine. This broadleaf deciduous climbing plant will surely serve the aesthetics and functionality of a landscape. However, this vine may cause potential problems and harm not only to the existing vegetation but also to users of the space. Hence, proper planning, …

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hyacinth bean vine

How to Grow and Care for Hyacinth Bean Vines (Lablab purpureus)

Edible landscaping is making a rise in the landscaping industry. In line with this, functionality, science, and aesthetics are the main components of edible landscaping. This is why the Hyacinth Bean Vine, an all-around multipurpose plant, has a high potential in existing in such a landscape. Its purple flowers and growth habits make it easier …

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bougainvillea care

How to Grow and Care for Bougainvilleas

From beauty to functionality, the Bougainvillea plants will surely tick the right boxes. They are sturdy, low maintenance, and easy to grow. In addition, their blooms will attract anyone, thanks to their specialized structure that makes them more noticeable.  Botanical Information The Bougainvillea plants, Bougainvillea sp., are also called Great Bougainvillea and Paper Flower. The …

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black eyed susan vine

How to Grow and Care for Black-Eyed Susan Vine (Thunbergia alata)

Some households have small areas for their gardens. Fortunately, a beautiful garden is not limited by the availability of its horizontal space. Hence, the birth of vertical gardens. One of the plants that are utilized in vertical landscape designs is vines that are easy to grow and aesthetically pleasing at the same time. The Black-eyed …

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