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(American Bull Grape)

Muscadine grapes are native to the eastern United States south to Florida and west to Kansas and Mexico. They are deciduous, vigorous, woody vines which grow rampantly. Higgins produces red-bronze grapes of medium size in mid to late season. The leaves are oval to triangle-shaped, dark glossy green on top, lighter below and are toothed on the margins. The vines climb by tendrils and the bark is tight, but scruffy. The small flowers are produces in clusters of a few flowers in the spring, followed...

(Hunt Muscadine, Muscadine)

Muscadine grapes are native to the eastern United States south to Florida and west to Kansas and Mexico. They are deciduous, vigorous, woody vines which grow rampantly. Hunt is an early to mid season bearer with black grapes and good flavor. The leaves are oval to triangle-shaped, dark glossy green on top, lighter below and are toothed on the margins. The vines climb by tendrils and the bark is tight, but scruffy. The small flowers are produces in clusters of a few flowers in the spring, followed...

(American Bull Grape)

Muscadine grapes are native to the eastern United States south to Florida and west to Kansas and Mexico. They are deciduous, vigorous, woody vines which grow rampantly. Jumbo produces huge, black fruit with good flavor late in the season. The leaves are oval to triangle-shaped, dark glossy green on top, lighter below and are toothed on the margins. The vines climb by tendrils and the bark is tight, but scruffy. The small flowers are produces in clusters of a few flowers in the spring, followed by...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(American Bull Grape, Muscadine)

Muscadine grapes are native to the eastern United States south to Florida and west to Kansas and Mexico. They are deciduous, vigorous, woody vines which grow rampantly. Magnolia produces bronze grapes, small to medium in size at mid-season with good flavor. The leaves are oval to triangle-shaped, dark glossy green on top, lighter below and are toothed on the margins. The vines climb by tendrils and the bark is tight, but scruffy. The small flowers are produces in clusters of a few flowers in the...

(Muscadine, Southland Muscadine)

Muscadine grapes are native to the eastern United States south to Florida and west to Kansas and Mexico. They are deciduous, vigorous, woody vines which grow rampantly. Southland's grapes are black with very good flavor produced mid to late in the season. The leaves are oval to triangle-shaped, dark glossy green on top, lighter below and are toothed on the margins. The vines climb by tendrils and the bark is tight, but scruffy. The small flowers are produces in clusters of a few flowers in the spring,...

(Muscadine, Summit Muscadine)

Muscadine grapes are native to the eastern United States south to Florida and west to Kansas and Mexico. They are deciduous, vigorous, woody vines which grow rampantly. Summit's medium to large grapes are red-bronze with very good flavor and produced early to mid season. The leaves are oval to triangle-shaped, dark glossy green on top, lighter below and are toothed on the margins. The vines climb by tendrils and the bark is tight, but scruffy. The small flowers are produces in clusters of a few flowers...

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James Burghardt

(American Bull Grape)

Muscadine grapes are native to the eastern United States south to Florida and west to Kansas and Mexico. They are deciduous, vigorous, woody vines which grow rampantly. Triumph's grapes are red-bronze with good flavor, medium to large in size and produced early in the season. The leaves are oval to triangle-shaped, dark glossy green on top, lighter below and are toothed on the margins. The vines climb by tendrils and the bark is tight, but scruffy. The small flowers are produces in clusters of a...

Image of Westringia fruticosa photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Coastal Rosemary)

Featuring rosemary-like leaves, a tough constitution, and nearly constant bloom, this small dense evergreen shrub from eastern Australia makes a good landscape or greenhouse plant. Borne in whorls on silvery stems, the linear green or gray-green leaves have white undersides. The white or pale blue, five-lobed flowers appear year-round in mild climates. Bees throng the flowers. Plants are upright when young, more spreading with age. They take well to pruning. Several cultivars area available including...

(Coastal Rosemary, Morning Light Coastal Rosemary)

A compact, variegated selection of a tough, handsome, evergreen shrub from eastern Australia, 'Morning Light' offers ivory-edged rosemary-like leaves and pretty blooms. Borne in whorls on silvery stems, the linear gray-green leaves have creamy-white margins and white undersides. The white, five-lobed flowers appear primarily in spring on this rather sparsely blooming plant. Bees throng the flowers. This cultivar forms a dense, upright, rounded, waist-high shrub. It takes well to pruning.

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Image of Wisteria photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Wisteria)

Popular for their showy flowers, plants in the genus Wisteria encompasses approximately 10 species of woody, deciduous vines, which are native to China, Korea, Japan and the eastern United States. The genus was named by the botanist Thomas Nutall in honor of Dr. Caspar Wistar (1761 - 1818), a professor of anatomy at the University of Pennsylvania.

Wisteria vines climb by twining around supports rather than clinging by tendrils or roots. Some species can become very large and...