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Amethyst Falls Wisteria (1 Gallon)

$31.20
Amethyst Falls Wisteria is a stunning deciduous vine that produces cascading clusters of fragrant, lavender-blue flowers in the spring and summer. This fast-growing plant is perfect for adding vertical interest to a garden or patio, and its attractive foliage provides shade and privacy. With its low maintenance requirements and ability to thrive in a variety of soil types, the Amethyst Falls Wisteria is a popular choice for gardeners of all skill levels.

Boston Ivy

$31.20
Boston Ivy is a deciduous vine that is commonly used as a climbing plant to cover walls, fences, and buildings. It is known for its beautiful green leaves that turn red in the fall, making it a popular choice for adding color to outdoor spaces. Boston Ivy is easy to grow and maintain, making it a great option for both novice and experienced gardeners.

Dutchman’s Pipe (1 Gallon)

$36.80
Dutchman's Pipe is a unique and exotic plant with large, heart-shaped leaves and distinctive, pipe-shaped flowers. The flowers are often hidden within the foliage, making them a fun surprise to discover. This plant is a great addition to any garden or indoor space, and is sure to impress with its unusual appearance.

Flamenco Trumpet Vine

$44.80
The Flamenco Trumpet Vine is a stunning flowering plant that produces vibrant orange-red trumpet-shaped blooms. It is a fast-growing vine that can reach up to 30 feet in length and is perfect for adding a pop of color to any garden or landscape. This plant is easy to care for and thrives in full sun to partial shade. It is also a favorite of hummingbirds and butterflies, making it a great addition to any wildlife garden.

Virginia Creeper (1 Gallon)

$20.80
Virginia Creeper is a fast-growing vine that is native to eastern and central North America. It is known for its beautiful foliage, which turns a vibrant red in the fall. Virginia Creeper is often used as a ground cover or to climb walls and fences, and it is a popular choice for adding color and texture to landscapes. However, it can also be invasive and difficult to control, so it should be planted with caution.