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Evergreen Vines

Evergreen Vines offers Year Round Beauty and Lush Greenery. It have so many uses. They can be used to create a living mulch ground cover, and climbing vines can be used to hide utility areas and provide additional privacy. We even have a range of plants with flowers that will add a splash of vibrant color to your garden. And with prices starting at $4.99, you can't go wrong.

Evergreen vines are good climbing vines to cover unwanted spaces.

Have you got an ugly space you want to hide? Perhaps you don't want your compost area to be visible. Or have you got nosey neighbors you want to protect from? If that resonates, then evergreen climbing vines are for you. Just provide some support, say a trellis, and plant your new evergreen plant at the base, then watch as the plant fills the support, quickly creating an attractive screen.

Fast-growing evergreen vines

If you want a plant that will rapidly fill an area, then English ivy is a fantastic choice as it's one of the fastest-growing vines. If you'd prefer a fast-growing plant that also produces colorful flowers, then the periwinkle vine is a great choice. We've got standard periwinkle plants, vinca minor periwinkle, and more magnificent periwinkle plants, all at $4.99 each.

And speaking of vines, the Periwinkle isn't your only choice. We've got a vast range of  plants with flowers in several colors, including the lovely pink Mayflower. Plants can be purchased directly for your zone  Because we source planting stock from across the country, we sell plants to suit almost every US hardiness zone. Our plants will thrive down to region three and up to area 10. 

So if you want to grab a huge deal on vines, we have a vast range of fast-growing plants and pretty much everything in between. Buy yours now for just $4.99.

The Beauty of Evergreen Ground covers

For many reasons our plants are great for landscaping. However, these plants are unique because they are easy to maintain. However, these plants are known to retain their natural foliage throughout the year. Furthermore, planting these plants provides excellent shade in the summer heat, these vines look great on a trellis, and these plants offer excellent cover for small or big game animals.

These plants are beautiful plants that can provide you with shade during the summer weather. Similarly, the colorful blooms will warm over your neighbors and friends. Furthermore, imagine having a barbeque or a picnic, and you have no shade. Growing these plants will provide you with the tone that you need. During hotter temperatures, your friends and family can still enjoy the comfort of being outdoors. Also, a lot of people grow them around their homes to keep down on their electricity bills. These plants are more commonly grown on a trellis to give your yard a magical touch.

A trellis is defined as a metal or wooden structure used as support to grow plants. Growing these plants on a trellis can serve many purposes, such as a privacy screen, decoration for a wedding or outdoor party. The plants growing on a trellis can also help serve as a garden border or tree border. However, these plants make an owner's land or property look more attractive by altering the existing design of their land or property. Lastly, these plants provide excellent cover for small or big game animals.

Hunters or people who love to watch animals in their natural habitat can see the purpose of having these plants. The leaves can provide shelter, food, and a habitat for small and big game animals. To illustrate, White-tailed or mule deer love to hide in thick foliage so they cannot be seen. On the other hand, these plants also make an excellent plant for Birdwatching. To sum up, these plants have huge advantages during the summer or winter months. During the summer months, the plants provide shade and a touch of beauty to your landscape.

These plants are most commonly or traditionally used on a trellis for such purposes as weddings and outdoor parties. Lastly, these plants provide excellent cover for small or big game animals. Also, hunters, Birdwatchers, and people who love watching animals can increase their chance of seeing these animals by having these plants. 

Vinca minor – Periwinkle, Creeping Myrtle, Myrtle

Vinca minor (Periwinkle) is native throughout the Eastern parts of the United States. A 1-2 inch 5-petal lavender-blue flower blooms in spring on the dark green ground cover. It is a trailing vine with opposite thick elliptical leaves. It can have a solid dark green leaf or a variegated leaf color. Variegated means a leaf has different colors and not one solid color. It is hardy zones 4-8 and an origin of Europe. A plant that is easy for beginner gardeners to include in a shade garden.

It is easy to grow and easy to maintain, especially if kept within a boundary. It is adaptable to most pH levels. It prefers shade. It can tolerate deep shade to partially sunny locations, but not in hot, full sun areas. It is drought tolerant due to the thick leaves that protect the soil from drying out. It likes well-drained compost-rich woodland soil. It can spread from the rhizomes to cover areas at a medium to fast pace. It is 3-6 inches tall with a spread of 1-2 feet but can spread further if the soil is soft and luxurious.

It provides a thick ground cover in shadier areas where soil erosion problems exist. Easy to propagate and add to other gardens. Homeowners use it for hard-to-maintain areas. It adds an attractive appeal to the base of trees and around rocks. It is a perfect choice to apply for a shady area that needs to be redesigned. Patio pavers beneath a wrought iron bench will provide a place to sit.

Surround it with short walls covered in Periwinkle. The Periwinkle will cover the edges of walls slightly and keep it contained in the new garden area. Add statues and planters full of bright-colored flowers to complete a beautiful shade garden.

Big Leaf Periwinkle

Native to the Western Mediterranean, the Big Leaf Periwinkle is an effective and efficient ground cover. It features broad hairless leaves and bold blue or purple pinwheel flowers about the size of an American quarter. This evergreen to semi-evergreen plant is easy to grow, spreads quickly, and thrives equally well in the sun or deep shade. Ideal for covering large sloped areas and other problem spots, this drought-resistant plant boasts glossy elliptical, triangular, or heart-shaped leaves.

Dark green or variegated leaves are opposite and add significantly to the plant's aesthetic appeal. The Big Leaf Periwinkle grows well in a variety of soils, including those containing clay or sand. This plant needs only occasional deep watering. Rainfall is generally sufficient for its growth. Great at choking out unwanted weeds, this plant is fast growing. It can grow to 6.6 feet in length, with its glossy but leathery leaves measuring 1.5 to 2.5 inches long. The vine's flowers have five petals, and they grow individually on stalks that originate in the leaf node.

The Big Leaf Periwinkle's charming flowers are vibrant and eye catching, and they range in color from blue to violet with a white base. This plant is capable of growing up to 12 inches tall, but it tends to spread outward rather than grow upward. Introduced to the United States from Europe in the 18th century, this winding plant is still commonly chosen by gardeners for use as a decorative ground cover. Because it spreads so quickly and efficiently, the Big Leaf Periwinkle is considered a useful species for controlling soil erosion, for carpeting abundant wide open spaces and slopes, and for filling in stubborn spots under trees and bushes.

When planted in rock gardens, this pretty ground cover is a beautiful complement for several other species, including creeping phlox and lavender.

Ajuga Reptans

An unsurpassed ground cover, Ajuga reptans, or bugleweed, spreads out into thick mats of purple, bronze, deep green, red cream white, and pink leaves that are topped by whorled blue, violet, pink or white flowers in the late spring and early summer. The plant is not only beautiful but suppresses weeds and can substitute for a grass lawn. Bugleweed varieties can thrive in full sun to full shade.

Ajuga reptans grows to about one-half to three-quarters of a foot high, with a spread of nearly half a foot to afoot. It's a perennial, which means it comes back year after year. Once established, it does not need pampering but needs an average amount of watering. It can tolerate deer and rabbits and can be planted around black walnut, a tree that sends out an acid around it that often poisons competing plants.


Bugleweed prefers well-drained soil that's evenly moist, full of humus and compost, and drains well, though it can tolerate soil that's on the dry side. The gardener should avoid land that's heavy and soggy. Though it does well in deep shade, planting bugleweed in a place that gets sunlight for at least a few hours a day will bring out the delightful colors of the foliage. The plant has a vast range when it comes to the climate and does well in hardiness zones 3 to 10, which range from Maine down to Florida.

If it's grown in an environment as hot and humid as Florida's, the gardener should make sure that the air circulation is good. After flowering, the plant can be cut all the way back or even mowed on a high setting. When the mats become overcrowded, they can be divided between the spring or the fall. Besides being a ground cover, ajuga reptant is excellent for rock gardens and containers and can be planted on slopes and beneath trees and shrubs.

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