There is an extensive group of vines which can be used throughout the far south. Many of the vines so common to the north are extremely valuable because of their added growth during the longer growing season and their luxuriant foliage effects.

Actinidia chinensis Chinese Silver Vine

Antigonon leptopus Mountain Rose

Berchemia racemosa Supple-jack

Berchemia scandens Supple-jack

Bignonia capreolata Cross Flower

Bignonia chinensis

Chinese Trumpet Creeper Bignonia hybrida

Hybrid Trumpet Creeper Bignonia radicans

Trumpet Vine

Celastrus angulatus Chinese Bitter-sweet

Clematis apiifolia

Parsley-leaved Clematis Clematis crispa

Purple Clematis Clematis fiammula

Sweet Clematis

Clematis texensis Texas Clematis

Clematis viorna Leather-flower

Clematis virginiana Wild Clematis

Ficus pumila Climbing Fig

Gelsemium sempervirens Carolina Yellow Jasmine

Gelsemium sempervirens flore plenc Double Yellow Jasmine

Hedera canariensis Algerian Ivy

Hedera helix English Ivy

Humulus lupulus

Hop Vine Hydrangea petiolaris

Climbing Hydrangea Jasminum officinale


Jasminum primulinum Jasmine

Menispermum canadense Common Moonseed

Parthenocissus henryana Henry's Ivy

Passiflora caerulea

Passion-flower Periploca graeca

Silk Vine

Polygonum baldschuanieum Knotweed

Pueraria hirsuta

Kudzu Vine Pyrostegia venusta

Flame Flower

Smilax lanceolata Florida Smilax

Solanum jasminoides grandiflorumi Jerusalem Cherry Vine

Trachelospermum jasminoides Confederate Jasmine