Perfect for containers
Add texture and beauty to your hanging gardens and containers. Trailing vines are an excellent choice for hanging baskets and container gardens where a trailing effect is desired.
They can provide a wonderful accent to the colorful flowers in containers and are generally affordable and easy to grow. They are available in a multitude of leaf sizes and shapes as well as colors.
Tips for growing vines
Vines with rootlets should not be allowed to grow on wood houses or wooden parts of brick houses.
Most vines grow towards light by elongating their stems and attaching to any support available.
Vines with rootlets growing on tree trunks are not harmful unless they cover the tree's foliage.
Trailing lysimachia with coleus, impatiens and a spike
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In containers and the garden landscape
Trailing vines are easy to maintain... spilling over the edges of hanging baskets and containers. They provide visual appeal when combined with flowers and bright foliage.