This photo gallery is a list of plants we typically carry but is not expressive of our current inventory. Please call the store at 515-981-1075 if there is a specific plant you want.


Boston Ivy

Boston Ivy works well when used as a ground cover or a vine for fences and vertical walls. The vines are very vigorous growers and can quickly get up to 50ft long. The glossy green foliage turns burgundy colored in the fall and also produces icy blue berries. Plant in part shade. Hardiness zones 4 to 9.


Clematis

Blooming clematis vines work well when they are trained onto fences, trellis, obelisks, or arbors. The produce brilliantly beautiful large flowers in the shades of purple, pink, red, white or a combination of these colors in the summer months. They can grow 5ft to 12ft long depending on the variety. Plant in full sun. Hardiness zones 4 to 9.



Climbing Hydrangea

Climbing Hydrangea have white lace cap flowers that bloom during the early to mid summer months. The vines can reach up to 30ft to 50ft long. It grows best when planted in full to part shade. Hardiness zones 4 to 7. shade.



Honeysuckle Vine

This dense growing vine produces pink, yellow, and orange flowers or a combination of these colors during the summer months. The vines can grow 10ft to 15ft long and have a climbing growth habit that makes them ideal for fences or arbors. Plant in part to full sun. Hardiness zones 4 to 9.



Virginia Creeper

Virginia Creeper is a very vigorous grower that can quickly get out of control with vines growing up to 25 feet long. It can work as a groundcover or as vine for fences and trellises. The green foliage turns orange to red in the fall and it produces blue berries in the fall. Plant in full sun to shade. Hardiness zones 3 to 9.



Wisteria

Wisteria produces droopy purple to bluish flowers in the summer months. It works well an arbors and trellises. The vines can grow 20ft to 25ft long but can be trained for less lengths. Plant in full sun. Hardiness zones 5 to 9.