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Dutchman's Pipevine Dutchman's Pipevine

Aristolochia tomentosa
Larval host plant for the lovely blue and black Pipevine Swallowtail butterfly! Leaves are blue-green and heart-shaped. Flowers resemble a little pipe. Grown from Kentucky-source seed.

Light: Full Sun to Part Shade
Soil: Average
Height: to 30 feet
Blooms: May-June
Bloom Color: Green

Attracts: Butterflies
Host to: Pipevine Swallowtail

Price: $9.25
Carolina Milkvine Carolina Milkvine

Matelea carolinensis

This is a vine in the Milkweed Family that has milky sap and hosts the Monarch caterpillar. The leaves are opposite and heart-shaped. Unique and attractive flowers are a deep purple, pods are "spiny" but not sharp. Often found on basic soil near streams. Grown from Kentucky-source seed.

Light: Light Sun to Part Shade
Soil: Moist-Dry
Blooms: July-August
Flowers: Dark Purple

Price: $9.25
Anglepod Milkvine Anglepod Milkvine

Matelea gonocarpos

A member of the Milkweed Family, this vine 'hosts' or feeds the Monarch caterpillar. It exudes white sap when injured. It is named for the ridges or angles on the surface of the pods, has opposite heart-shaped leaves and interesting green or green-&-purple star-shaped flowers. Grown from Kentucky-source seed.

Light: Part Sun
Soil: Moist
Blooms: June-July
Flowers: Green, Green and Purple

Price: $9.25
Passion Vine, Maypop Passion Vine, Maypop

Passiflora incarnata

Flowers are unique & showy, complete with "frills." Larval host to the Variegated Fritillary (caterpillar pictured in slide show), Zebra Longwing, Red-banded Hairstreak, and Gulf Fritillary butterflies. Under favorable conditions Maypop may spread readily from underground roots. Consider a contained situation in the home garden for long term ease of care. Grown from Kentucky-source seed.

Light: Full Sun to Part Shade
Soil: Average
Blooms: July-September
Flowers: Purple

Price: $9.25
Trumpet Honeysuckle Trumpet Honeysuckle

Lonicera sempervirens

Gorgeous trumpet-shaped scarlet flowers with orange throat attract hummingbirds & butterflies. Growth form tends to be "bushy," filling out nicely against a support. Easily trained to a trellis or arbor by tying & trimming to shape. Red berries feed birds in fall.

Light: Full Sun
Soil: Average
Length: 10 to 15 feet
Blooms: May to June
Flowers: Red & Orange

Price: $9.25
Trumpet Vine Trumpet Vine

Campsis radicans

Strong, fast-growing woody vine bearing trumpet shaped orange to red 3" long flowers. Attracts and supports hummingbirds and ideal for creating a tall, densely covered privacy trellis. Grown from Kentucky-source seed.

Light: Full Sun to Part Shade
Soil: Average to Dry
Height: to 40 feet
Blooms: July
Flowers Red & Orange

Price: $9.25
Yellow Passion Vine Yellow Passion Vine

Passiflora lutea

A delicate vine with tri-lobed leaves & small chartreuse flowers (~1/2 inch wide) that yield purple-black berries. Most often seen in moist, rich woods. Grown from Kentucky-source seed.

Light: Part Shade
Soil: Moist, Well-Drained
Height: to 15 feet
Blooms: May-September
Flowers: Yellow to Cream

Price: $9.25
Carolina Snailseed Carolina Snailseed

Cocculus carolinus

Also called Carolina Moonseed, Carolina Coralbead, etc. Clusters of fleshy red berries in late summer provide food for birds. Leaves are variable, from oval to lobed. Grows in edges of woods, among hedges, streamside. Male and female on separate plants. Grown from KY source seed.

Light: Intermediate
Soil: Average
Height: to 15 feet
Blooms: not showy, June to August

Price: $9.25