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Plants for Arbors and Trellises

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Remember that many vines are woodland plants that evolved to climb trees in the forest. The often like to have their heads in the light, with their roots in the shade. Arbors and trellises provide the support, but the plants are the real stars.

Rated 1 point - posted 9 years ago by dspsfarm in category Home.
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Cardinal Climber Report Abuse
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Climbing Hydrangea Report Abuse
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Apple tree Report Abuse
With selective pruning and the right support, an apple tree can be shaped into an espalier.
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Honeysuckle Report Abuse
Honeysuckle arbors are ideal when placed near outdoor living areas where their scent can be fully appreciated.
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Most are invasive. Make sure it is a native species.
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Wisteria Report Abuse
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Invasive and very heavy. Will pull down most trellises.
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Roses Report Abuse
Roses are not natural climbers and need to be tied to their support. But they lend a gorgeous addition to your climbing space.
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Clematis Report Abuse
The eternal climber, offered in many colors, climbs from brick wall to wood trellis and bridges everything in between.
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Highly invasive. Don't plant.
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Passion Flower Report Abuse
An excellent climber that adds an exotic element to the landscape.
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