While the more permanent perennial types of woody vines are developing during the first two or three years after transplanting it is often desirable to fill the bare spaces on fences and walls with the annual vines that will produce a mass foliage effect. Any of the vines shown in this group are valuable for that purpose.

a. Delicate foliage:

Adlumia cirrhosa (biennial) Alleghany Vine

Cardiospermum halicacabum Balloon Vine

Cobaea scandens (sow indoors)

Cup and Saucer Vine Tropaeolum canariense (sow indoors)

Canary Bird Vine b. Heavy foliage:

Calonyction aculeatum

Moon Vine Dolichos lablab

Hyacinth Bean

Echinocystis lobata Wild Cucumber

Humulus lupulus Hop Vine

Humulus lupulus japonica Cut-leaved Hop Vine

Ipomoea hederacea (Japanese varieties) Japanese Morning Glory

Ipomoea purpurea

Common Morning Glory

Phaseolus multiflorus Scarlet Runner Bean

Quamoclit pinnata Cypress Vine

Quamoclit coccinea hederifolia Cardinal Climber