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Ground covers and vines provide multiple functional benefits for your landscape and add a unique aesthetic value.

Barren patches can be enveloped with ground cover, bringing a coat of greenery to the landscape. We offer lovely grape vines!

A variety of colors, textures, and heights, along with foliage and flowers of a ground cover bed, enhances any garden's visual beauty.

Suppose your landscape is in an area where grasses typically do not thrive. In that case, you may get in touch with an excellent wholesale nursery company to check out specific ground covers that can grow in such conditions. Periwinkles and dead nettle, for instance, can prosper in shady areas under trees. In areas with steep banks where lawn mowing becomes a challenge, you can grow beautiful junipers or daylilies. These can grow densely enough to prevent soil erosion. Regarding appearance, some of them are similar to vines because they grow both vertically and horizontally. Drab-looking tree trunks, old falls, or fences can be blended into the green ambiance of the area with vines.

Vines with glorious flowers, foliage, or fruit add a touch of exquisite beauty to your landscape. An innovative way to use vines is to create sun shades on a porch with a string trellis over a vine cover. If you buy plants online, you can quickly get string trellises from an excellent online plant nursery, Groundcovers. You can hang them from the roof while setting them in the south or west direction to block direct sunlight.

You can pin perennial vines such as climbing hydrangea against an empty wall. First, the hydrangea may shoot in any direction, so it is better to guide it in the desired direction at the outset. The climbing hydrangea can quickly scale the walls and tree trunks as it grows. Vines can also help provide cover for any backyard fixtures that are spoiling the garden's beauty. They can act as a screen against the garage to enhance the view, make a hidden alcove for garbage bins, or cover a barren tree trunk. Old stumps can be turned into garden pillars, and You can turn dead trees into a mass of greens.

You can also use ground covers effectively to beautify your landscape. The good idea is to plant ground cover in the soil pockets between the roots of a tree. These pockets can be used to plant exotic and beautiful ground covers such as American or European gingers, golden stars, and epimedium. Ground covers that thrive in shady areas of your landscape include periwinkles, Virginia creepers, Boston Ivy, Lily of the Valley, Wintercreeper, wild ginger, dead nettle, and sweet woodruff.

Some ground covers such as periwinkle and pachysandra can be rooted simply by providing cover to the barren parts of the stem with soil and supplying them with moisture. Some ground covers, such as the Wintercreeper, can be difficult to root. In such cases, you can take out a piece of the bark from the base of the stem and treat the bare portion with rooting hormone before covering the stem with soil. Get in touch with an excellent online plant nursery, Groundcovers, to find the ground covers and vines suitable for your property.

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Grape Vine (Fruit Bearing Age) 3-4' - TN Nursery

Grape Vines (Fruit Bearing Age) 3-4' $14.99

Our grape vines are mature and XL, fruit bearing age. You're not just getting a tiny plant, but a large 3'+ plant. We have 4 varieties of grape vines in stock. These go fast. Bearing Age Grape Vine Plants 3-4' Prices Slashed 80% Fast Shipping Concord Grape Vine The Concord grape vine (Vitis labrusca 'Concord') is a deciduous vine known for its robust growth and delicious fruit. It can stretch up to 20-30 feet, with thick, gnarled stems. In spring, tender green leaves and clusters of fragrant flowers emerge, transforming into deep purple grapes by summer. The vine offers shade and transforms into vibrant autumn colors, symbolizing endurance and the passage of time. Catawba Grape Vine Catawba grape vines (Vitis labrusca 'Catawba') are historically significant and versatile. Originating in North Carolina, they thrive in diverse climates. These vines feature lush, heart-shaped leaves that turn fiery red in autumn. Delicate spring flowers attract pollinators, while the vines' elegant tendrils create an intricate green labyrinth. Catawba vines enhance biodiversity and symbolize resilience and natural beauty. Fredonia Grape Vine Fredonia grape vines (Vitis labrusca 'Fredonia') are vigorous and resilient, thriving in various climates. They feature large, heart-shaped, deep green leaves that crinkle in the breeze, providing a serene ambiance. In spring, small grape clusters emerge, and by autumn, the leaves turn vibrant crimson, orange, and gold. These vines symbolize nature's resilience, beauty, and cultural significance, enriching gardens and vineyards. Niagara Grape Vine Niagara grape vines (Vitis labrusca 'Niagara') are known for their lush, three-lobed leaves with serrated edges. Delicate tendrils wrap-around supports, showcasing nature's ingenuity. In summer, fragrant greenish-white flowers attract pollinators, transforming into translucent grapes. Autumn brings brilliant red, orange, and gold foliage. Niagara vines provide habitat for wildlife, embodying botanical artistry and ecological significance.

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15  Native Trellis Climbing Favorites

15 Native Trellis Climbing Favorites

These remarkable native plants possess a unique ability to ascend trellises, walls, or any vertical structure, adding a touch of elegance, color, and charm to your surroundings. Whether you seek to create a lush green backdrop, a burst of vibrant blooms, or a natural privacy screen, Trellis Climbers are the perfect choice to bring your garden to new heights.  A trellis climbing plant grows vertically around a metal, bamboo, or wood structure. Typically, you install it near a garden or by the front of your home to add plants, shrubs, or anything else that might grow around it. 15 Trellis Climbing Favorites In One Package With different options in a single package, you will have plenty of ways to spruce up your garden or overall landscape. Whether you want lavender, gold, or white flowers, there is undoubtedly something in this Package that will meet your needs. Furthermore, these plants can grow anywhere from 10 to 40 feet tall, which means they can be used for various purposes, such as a privacy screen or a natural fence. TN Nursery's Trellis Climbing Favorites Come Conveniently Packed One of the best reasons to buy Trellis Climbing Favorites is that you can get everything you need in one spot. They are conveniently separated to ensure you know what you're taking out at any given time. Ultimately, you won't have to make several trips to the store or label your collection to ensure you know what you're planting. Buying several plants at the same time means that you can combine and correspond to your heart's desire. Whether you want a single plant or a mixture of sizes and colors, you can create a landscape that is as unique as you are. You can also ensure that you only plant what you think will survive on your property and its unique environment. How Trellis Climbing Favorites Grow Your Trellis Climbing Favorites will offer a number of benefits to wildlife. They will provide food for a variety of pollinators, such as bees and butterflies. They may also provide food or shelter for smaller creatures that can blend in with your landscape for protection. You may also be able to attract birds or other animals to the seeds these plants provide.

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