Vigorous growing vine or ground cover with palmately lobed foliage. Dark green foliage with prominent veins. More cold hardy than the species. Good tolerance to de-icing salt. Use on walls, low walls or as a ground cover. Prune to maintain a good density. Plant it sheltered from cold winter winds, in an area where snow accumulates easily.
A vigorous ornamental climber with cone-shaped clusters of yellowish-green fruit; foliage emerges yellow and matures to light-green. Tough and quick to cover, use it on solid fences, arbors or trellises. Cut to 30cm above the ground in fall.
Very fast growing climber with light green foliage in season, turning yellow-brown in fall. Flowers and fruits are reminiscent of pine cones. Female plant, producing fruits in August and September.Tough and quick to cover, use it on solid fences, arbors or trellises. Cut to 30cm above the ground in fall.
'Summer Shandy' is bred for it's ornamental growth. Foliage emerges yellow-green and ages to a bright golden yellow color. A refined habit that is a less aggressive grower, making it well suited for home gardens.Used on solid fences, arbors or trellises. Cut to 30cm above the ground in fall.
Vigorous perennial vine that produces the key ingredient that puts the "bitter" in beer. Can climb as high as 10 to 20 feet. The Centennial Hop is a highly aromatic American variety. Citrus and floral aroma are evident
Super alpha hybrid variety with high vigour and yield. It is a dual purpose variety with good bittering and flavoring qualities and heavy aroma. The aroma is spicy, pine-resiny, with grapefruit notes. Popular with both craft and major brewers -- a real “workhorse” hop. It is also a fast climbing and very ornamental, which can cover all kinds of support. This vine grows from the base each spring.
Climbing Hortensia with yellow variegated foliage. Bears smaller leaves than the regular Hydrangea petiolaris. White fragrant flowers at the end of June. Clings with root-like holdfasts. Slow growing at the beginning of its growth. On brick, stone walls or tree's trunk. Ideal for east or north exposure.Trim to control expansion.
Climbing plant with a medium growth rate. Lustrous, dark green foliage that stays green very late in fall. Panicles of fragrant, white flowers by the end of June. Clings with root-like holdfasts on brick or stone walls. Slow growing at the beginning of its growth. Ideal for east or north exposure.Trim to control expansion, if needed.
Bluish-green foliage, Bright red flowers in the shape of tubes, from June to October. Flowers are attractive to hummingbirds. Used on fences, trellis, pergolas or arbors. Trim anytime to limit expansion