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Akebia trifoliata Akebia trifoliata 

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This deciduous climber has rounded leaves composed of three shallowly lobed leaflets. The leaves open bronze, then turn glossy dark green. In spring, pendent racemes of purple flowers are produced, which are followed by fruit up to 5 inches long. Height 30 feet. 
Ampelopsis megalophylla Ampelopsis megalophylla 

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The small green flowers in summer are soon followed by rose-red berries that ripen to black in the fall. This vigorous but delicate looking vine, with it's large bipinate leaves, is attractive when grown over large pergolas and arbours. 
Clematis recta 'Purpurea' Clematis recta 'Purpurea' 

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This late-flowering herbaceous perennial has purple young foliage and bears panicles of small, star-shaped heavily scented white flowers from summer to fall, followed by attractive seedheads. Requires support (reaches 3-6 feet). 
Clematis tangutica Clematis tangutica 

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Vigorous, late-flowering twining deciduous climber. Produces many solitary, bell-shaped yellow flowers, 1-1/2 inches long, from mid-summer to late autumn. These are followed by attractive fluffy seedheads. Grows 15-20 feet high and 6-10 feet wide. 
Eccremocarpus scaber Eccremocarpus scaber 

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Evergreen sub-tropical climber with pinnate leaves, suited to growing as an annual in temperate regions. Bears tubular orange-red to pink or yellow flowers from late spring to fall. Height 10 to 15 feet. Usually grown as an annual, to cover an arch, house wall or climb through a large shrub or... 
Ipomoea lobata Ipomoea lobata 

  Syn. Ipomoea versicolor
  Syn. Mina lobata
  Syn. Quamoclit lobata
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These annual vines, which grow as short-lived perennials in the tropics, are a spectacular addition to gardens where you want arbours or pergolas covered with annual colour. The small flower buds, which start as deep orange, almost red, fade to yellow, and then white as they expand. They are... 
Lathyrus odoratus Lathyrus odoratus 

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This annual climber produces racemes of fragrant flowers in shades of white, red, pink and blue from summer to early fall. Make excellent cut flowers. Height to 6 feet. 
Lonicera ciliosa Lonicera ciliosa 

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This British Columbia native deciduous twining climber has opposite, oval green leaves and bears orange-yellow, trumpet-shaped flowers in early summer, followed by orange-red berries. The flowers are attractive to hummingbirds. Height/spread to 10 feet. 
Rhodochiton atrosanguineum Rhodochiton atrosanguineum 

  Syn. Lophospermum atrosanguineum
  Syn. Rhodochiton volubile
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Native of woodland in Mexico, this attractive plant scrambles through the undergrowth and produces dark purple tubular flowers within a long lasting, papery calyx. The angular heart-shaped leaves are bright green and show off the unusual flowers to good effect. The flowers have an exaggerated... 
Rosa filipes 'Kiftsgate' Rosa filipes 'Kiftsgate' 

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A vigorous rambling rose that produces large clusters of small single, fragrant white flowers in early summer. Best grown up into a very large tree. Height to 30 feet. 
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