Plants By Type
Peppervine - Ampelopsis arborea
Peppervine grows rather quickly and looks great as it is placed on a fence or on a trellis or arbor for a garden or natural area. It can grow to become up to twenty eight feet long and does outstanding when planted in climate zones seven through nine. It typically shows during the months of June through August and as the flowers fade away it give way to berries that appear black in color. This vine thrives when it is planted in full and partial shade and loves to be in average soils conditions. This vine is not very picky when it comes to conditions of soils to grow. It is also called Ampelopsis Arborea by the botanical name. It can also withstand drought conditions very well. This particular vine can also be used to create a beautiful ground cover as it grows and twins between other plants in a garden or natural area. They are easy to grow and maintain and look amazing as they mature.