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Annual Vines are Space Savers star
Vertical garening is something we don´t always consider when we´re planning our landscapes. Making use of this dimension saves space, which is of particular importance for those with small gardens. It also adds visual interest to the landscape.

Coral Vine star
Native to tropical America and Mexico, the coral vine is a vigorous, quick-groiwng evergreen plant.

Honeysuckles and Some Other Vines star
Honeysuckles are among the more outstanding vines for the landscape, but there are a number of others.

More Annual Vines for the Landscape star
This continues a series on annual vines for the landscape.

Nichols Garden Nursery star[offsite link]
At this site, gardeners can buy unique seeds and plants. This site features recipes and various online sources, including garden tips. There´s a garden expert who answers questions. For 2004 they´ve added a ´Salad of the Week" recipe feature.

Some Hardy Vines star
Whether they're trained on a trellis or arbor, or allowed to clamber over garden sheds, the hardy vines are a valuable addition to the landscape. Leading our eyes upward, they add another dimension to the landscape. When planning these landscape plantings, here are some of the best vines.

The Lotus Vine and Other Annuals for Landscapes star
Of the annual vines, the lotus vine and luffa are among some of the more intesting ones.

The Romantic Vines star
Morning glories and annual vines add romatnic interest to the landscape. There are perennial and woody vines as well.

The Romantic Vines star
I don´t care what the calendar says. I don´t feel summer has really arrived until the morning glories begin to bloom. These lovely annual vines have such romantic appeal.

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