Trellis Climbing Plants and Vines

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Trellis climbing plants and vines are often used for privacy. The crossing slats of a garden trellis provide support for a variety of climbing plants and vines, and adds a decorative touch to your landscaping. A trellis is functional for many purposes in the garden, ranging from decoration to privacy.

Many trellis climbing plants and vines attract butterflies, and some like jasmine vines - have a lovely fragrance.

Some flowering vines include winter-bloomers and those that flower more in warmer weather, so if you have room for more than one vine you can have color all year from these beautiful plants.

Yellow Allamanda, Allamanda cathartica Allamanda cathartica View Detailed Description

Yellow Allamanda

Bush Allamanda (Bush Trumpet) Allamanda neriifolia View Detailed Description

Bush Allamanda (Bush Trumpet)

Cross Vine (Trumpet Flower) Bignonia capreolata View Detailed Description

Cross Vine (Trumpet Flower)

Bougainvillea Bougainvillea cvs. View Detailed Description

Bougainvillea

Trumpet Creeper (Trumpet Vine) Campsis radicans View Detailed Description

Trumpet Creeper (Trumpet Vine)

Algerian Ivy (Canary Ivy) Hedera canariensis View Detailed Description

Algerian Ivy (Canary Ivy)

Morning Glory, Ipomoea spp. Ipomoea spp. View Detailed Description

Morning Glory

Pink Allamanda (Mandevilla), Mandevilla cvs Mandevilla cvs. View Detailed Description

Pink Allamanda (Mandevilla)

Evergreen Wisteria, Millettia reticulata Millettia reticulata View Detailed Description

Evergreen Wisteria

Queen's Wreath, Petraea volubilis Petraea volubilis View Detailed Description

Queen's Wreath

Yellow Elder, Tecoma stans Tecoma stans View Detailed Description

Yellow Elder

Black-Eyed Susan Vine, Thunbergia alata Thunbergia alata View Detailed Description

Black-Eyed Susan Vine

Confederate Jasmine (Star Jasmine) Trachelospermum jasminoides View Detailed Description

Confederate Jasmine (Star Jasmine)