This hardy vine from the breeding program at the University of British Columbia blooms in late spring through summer with large clusters of yellow centered, bright orange, trumpet-shaped flowers. The leaves emerge in spring a coppery-brown and mature to a glossy dark green. A vigorous grower, 'Mandarin' will reach a mature height of up to 20' and prefers part shade to full sun with well drained soils. (CPBR 2706)
A vigorous perennial climbing vine that will quickly wrap itself around any upright structure in a season. Produces papery cone-like hops later in the summer, typically used to produce beer. Will die back to the ground each winter, but grows back quickly each season.
One of the best vines for clinging to brick or stone walls. The white flowers are produced in flat-topped corymbs in late June or early July, 6-10" in diameter with a sweet fragrance. Does well in sun or shade. 1998 Cary Award Winner. 2006 Plants of Merit®.
A revolutionary breakthrough in bittersweet culture. Imagine never having to wonder if you're buying or selling a male or female plant again. The majority of the flowers formed on Autumn Revolution™ are perfect, meaning that the flower itself has both male and female parts. In other words, you only need one plant to bear fruit. Perhaps because of this unique characteristic the fruit production is absolutely extraordinary and the berry size is twice that of the species. Should most definitely be considered for commercial production. Florists we've shown this to were awestruck. Truly an extraordinary improvement for this beloved native vine.
Dark red buds open to orange-red trumpet-like flowers which deepen in color as they mature to an incredibly bold red. Tubular flowers are larger than the species measuring 3-4 inches long. A vigorous vine, it will climb on stone or woodwork. An outstanding vertical accent to add color to a sunny fence or wall.