Producing one of the best known wine grapes, this vigorous vine can be used for fruit, wine, and shade.
Known for its highly fragrant, trumpet-shaped blossoms, the Carolina Jasmine is one of the most beautiful vines.
This fast-growing vine produces beautiful, small yellow-green grapes, good for white wine and eating fresh.
Grapes are the most widely planted crop of fruit in the world, and Concords are a favorite.
This fast-growing vine reaches 20 to 25 feet each year and produces flavorful clusters of blue-black grapes.
The heavenly fragrance of this vigorous, climbing evergreen vine is an amazing addition to any garden.
Meaning “little blackbird” in French, the Merlot vine produces clusters of soft, dark, bluish-black grapes.
Bearing three weeks earlier than Thompson Seedless, this plant produces clusters of yellow, translucent skinned grapes.
The amazing fragrance and spectacular colored blossoms of this woody vine secure its popularity in home gardens.
Red Flame Grape
Large clusters of medium sized red grapes with a delicious sweet flavor cover this this fast-growing vine.
Prized for its highly fragrant, pinwheel-shaped blossoms, the Star Jasmine makes a lovely evergreen vine or ground cover.
Tangerine Cross Vine
Admired for its red-orange, trumpet-like flowers, this clinging vine is easily trained without support.
Thompson Seedless Grapes
This sweet, delicious grape is a favorite snack and the leading table variety.
White Banks Rose
A favorite among gardeners, this eager, climbing rose is thornless, drought tolerant, and disease resistant.
Yellow Banks Rose
Train this shrubby, climbing vine to grow just about anywhere, for an excellent show of double yellow spring flowers.