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Best Vines for Your Garden | What to Know

Friday, March 11

Decorative Vines

Grape vines are lovely and so multi-purpose. Besides the fruits, the leaves are stuffed and used in yummy recipes in many cuisines, from Turkish to Greek. Even the cut branches left with the tendrils on make a lovely flower arrangement. What if you are not up to all the pruning that grapevines demand, nor do you want to wait a few years to get your first crop? Create a unique look to the garden with vines.

Can you still grow a decorative vine quickly and efficiently?

Virginia creeper vines are fast-growing, even for those whose thumbs aren't exactly green. The leaves trail nicely in vases to make a lovely centerpiece and the berries, while not edible for humans, are a mainstay for birds during winter. Try Parthenocissus Quinquefolia in our mail-order nursery. It's very forgiving for beginners.

Source to Buy a Variety of Decorative Vines

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