Two artists-turned-gardeners have used their large property as a canvas for the past 20 years.
This hardy, clinging vine isn’t fussy—and its fall color is stunning!
This edible, red-flowering vine is no ordinary pole bean.
The evening performance this vine puts on practically calls for a party!
The appearance of Carolina jessamine’s sunny yellow blossoms is a sure sign that spring is near.
A charming but very invasive perennial vine.
A tropical climbing vine with glossy, dark green leaves.
A perennial vine with greenish-white to yellow flowers that become large, gorgeous fruits that split in autumn to reveal red seeds inside orange husks.
The eccentric blue-green leaves, the miniature red and orange trumpets, and the small red berries make this a showy, sassy climber.
This vigorous native vine turns brilliant colors in autumn.