Self-pollinating, sweet, early bearing plant. Without a male, the fruit is seedless; with a male the plant will produce larger and more fruit. Less susceptible to spring frost damage than regular Arctic Kiwi.
Porcelain Berries small greenish flowers are insignificant but develop into striking porcelain blue berries in fall. This plant is a vigorous grower that requires support. Good for fences, walls and arbors.
Beautiful salmon to orange flowers are borne in large clusters on this fast growing and easy to grow vine. Provides a nonstop display of trumpet-shaped flowers that hummingbirds can't resist from early summer to frost.
Showy clusters of yellow trumpet shaped flowers first appear in summer and are produced continuously until early autumn. The trumpet creeper is a fast growing, high climbing deciduous woody vine that will grow to heights up to 40 ft. dense cloak of bright green foliage.
Individual flowers are borne on long showy racemes and open as a lovely shade of dark lavender before fading. A beautiful flowering vine which can easily cover an arbor or pergola, creating a cool, shady place. Producing an interesting seed pod in late summer, this vine has lovely multi-season interests and is more reliably cold hardy than other wisteria.