Vines

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Arizona Canyon

arizonica

This vine is commonly referred to as the Arizona Canyon. It is a perennial deciduous vine that can climb up to 16 feet tall. The leaves are dark green and heart shaped.

This wild grape vine is native to Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah.

This vine prefers desert, upland, and mountain territories. They tend to grow in canyons. This is a cold hardy vine and grows between the elevations of 2,000 and 7,000 feet.

The Arizona Canyon blooms small clusters of powdery white flowers. These flowers are followed by small purple-blue grapes. The grapes are tart yet have a good flavor and are quite edible.

 

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Arnolds Red

tatarica

This Honeysuckle is a tall fast growing shrub. It is able to withstand drought and temperature extremes, and only has moderate water requirements. It can grow up to 20 feet with an equal spread.

Native to northeast Asia.

This plant prefers full sun and can grow in a variety of soils and grows well in zones 3-8.

The Arnolds Red produces bright red blooms that are about 1 inch long, they are extremely fragrant and tubular. This plant shows to be irresistible to hummingbirds.

 

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Boston Ivy

tricuspidiata

The Boston Ivy is deciduous woody vine and a very fast grower. It can amazingly reach heights upwards of 50 feet. In fall its foliage turns a bold, rich red. This plant will produce small purple fruits that attract birds but are poisonous to humans.

Native to Eastern Asia.

This vine prefers partial shade and grows well in zones 3-9.

 

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