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Akebia quinata Chocolate Vine

Akebia Chocolate Vine This beautiful purple flowering vine grows from 10 feet to 30 feet and is a fast grower that likes to be in full or partial sun. This vine likes moist soil but does adapt to many soil types Flowers in late spring Hardy in zones 4 - 8 Visit my gallery for more pictures.
Akebia quinata Chocolate Vine

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Seeds from CHOCOLATE VINE Akebia quinata is a purple flowering vine grows from 10 feet to 30 feet and is a fast grower that likes to be in full or partial sun. This vine likes moist soil but does adapt to many soil types Flowers in late spring Hardy in zones 4 - 8



Akebia trifoliata or Purple Chocolate Vine

seeds of this three Leaf Akebia trifoliata or better known as Purple Chocolate Vine. This perennial vines has these beautiful deep purple flowers and grows from 20 feet to 40 feet. A fast grower that likes to be in full or partial sun. This vine likes moist soil and adapts to many soil types.  Flowers in late spring and is hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Akebia trifoliata or Purple Chocolate Vine

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Seeds from this three Leaf Akebia trifoliata or better known as Purple Chocolate Vine. This perennial vines has these deep purple flowers and grows from 20 feet to 40 feet. A fast grower that likes to be in full or partial sun. This vine likes moist soil and adapts to many soil types. Flowers in late spring and is hardy in zones 4 - 8.



Allamanda blanchetii

 seeds of this Allamanda blanchetii  This evergreen tropical vine blooms during summer and fall. Its glossy point burgundy buds open into flowers with 5 overlapped petals of an unusual tint of pink. Their narrow, funnel-shaped basements are a bit darker. In cold weather the petals change color for more saturate. The flowers are followed by thorny seed capsules. Long, bright green, leaves with slightly wavy edges are gathered in whisks on weak creeping stalks. During a season allamanda grows up for 2" to 9", highest possible height is 9-18ft. Using regular prune you can have a shrub or a twister. The plant has neither thorns nor tendrils it demands support to keep it's shape. It twists around in a certain specific direction. Do not try to change the direction ? it may cause damage to the vine! As flowers are usually generated on young sprouts, late or too short prune may result in poor blossoming. The best time for pruning is November. Allamanda grows well in full sun or in light shade and prefers soil with good drainage. It does not tolerate either drought or flooding. From November till February the plant should have a time for repose ? the optimal temperature is about 65F and watering must be less then usual (but the soil still should be always gently moist).Zones 9-11
Allamanda blanchetii

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Seeds from this Allamanda blanchetii This evergreen tropical vine blooms during summer and fall. Its glossy point burgundy buds open into flowers with 5 overlapped petals of an unusual tint of pink. Their narrow, funnel-shaped basements are a bit darker. In cold weather the petals change color for more saturate. The flowers are followed by thorny seed capsules. Long, bright green, leaves with slightly wavy edges are gathered in whisks on weak creeping stalks. During a season allamanda grows up for 2 to 9 ft, highest possible height is 9-18 ft. Using regular prune you can have a shrub or a twister. The plant has neither thorns nor tendrils it demands support to keep its shape. It twists around in a certain specific direction. Do not try to change the direction it may cause damage to the vine As flowers are usually generated on young sprouts, late or too short prune may result in poor blossoming. The best time for pruning is November. Allamanda grows well in full sun or in light shade and prefers soil with good drainage. It does not tolerate either drought or flooding. From November till February the plant should have a time for repose the optimal temperature is about 65F and watering must be less then usual but the soil still should be always gently moist. Zones 9 to 11



Amphilophium paniculatum | liana de cuello

Here I am offering seeds from Amphilophium paniculatum, also known as liana de cuello, and Bignonia paniculata. USDA Hardiness Zone 11
Amphilophium paniculatum | liana de cuello

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Here I am offering seeds from Amphilophium paniculatum, also known as liana de cuello, and Bignonia paniculata. USDA Hardiness Zone 11



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