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Genus: B

Bambusa
bamboo
Baptisia
False indigo
Begonia
begonia
Betula
birch
Bignonia
cross vine
Boltonia
(aster-like) boltonia
Bouteloua
sideoats grama
Buchloe
buffalo grass

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Catalog as of January 02, 2016

Bignonia

(Bignoniaceae - Bignonia family)
A single species of woody vine. Cultivated as an ornamental.

Bignonia capreolata
capreolata semi-evgrn vine • ht to 50'; usually less • zones 5 or 6 to 8

cross vine

Bignonia capreolata - Nov 21


native, ground cover, screen, moist - wet, sun - part shade
se US, n to IN, IL, & OH

A vigorous, woody, tendril-climbing vine. Handsome dark green foliage and showy orange, trumpet shaped flowers make this native vine a good choice for covering a fence, trellis, or wall. Will cling to wood, concrete, or brick walls. Evergreen in mild areas, semi-evergreen in colder areas. Foliage develops a reddish purple cast in cool weather. Will tolerate heavy shade, but flowers best in full sun. Prefers a moist, well drained soil, but will also grow in wet soil. Can be used as a ground cover. This selection is from a cold location, and has shown good cold hardiness.

cat # 6J4G
$14.95 each