I am the true vine, and my Father is the gardener. He cuts off every branch in me that bears no fruit, while every branch that does bear fruit he prunes so that it will be even more fruitful. John 15:1-2 NIV
Low = below 5 feet, Medium = 5 feet to 12 feet, Tall = over 12 feet
Scientific name USDA Zone Height X Width Description Common name Water Exposure Vitis labrusca 4 10' X 15' Deciduous. Slip skin grapes. American Grape Low Sun Some varieties are seedless. Vitis vinifera 6 10' X 15' Deciduous. Thin skinned grapes. European Grape Low Sun Some varieties are seedless.
Scientific name USDA Zone Height X Width Description Common name Water Exposure Ampelopsis brivipendunculata 5 15' X 15' Deciduous. Many clusters of small Porcelain Berry Vine Med. Sun metallic blue berries in fall. Celastrus scandens 4 15' X 15' Deciduous. Light green leaves. American Bittersweet Med. Sun-Part Orange fruit on female plants. Parthenocissus quinquefolia 4 30' X 30' Deciduous. Superb orange to scarlet Virginia Creeper Med. Sun-Shade leaves in the fall. Parthenocissus tricuspidata 4 30' X 30' Deciduous. Good wall cover. Red Boston Ivy Med. Sun-Shade fall leaves.
Scientific name USDA Zone Height X Width Description Common name Water Exposure Jasminum nudiflorum 5 12' X 8' Deciduous. Willowy branches. Yellow Winter Jasmine Med. Sun-Part flowers January to March.
Scientific name USDA Zone Height X Width Description Common name Water Exposure Euonymus fortunei 'Colorata' 4 1' X 6' Evergreen. Small, dark green leaves Purpleleaf Wintercreeper Med. Sun-Shade turn purple in winter. Can climb.
Common and Scientific Names of Trees, Shrubs, Vines & Perennials
Perennials by Flower Season and Height
Perennials in Alphabetical Order
Shrubs by Flower Season and Height
Shrubs in Alphabetical Order
Tree Color by Season and Height
Trees in Alphabetical Order
Vine Color by Season and Height
Vines in Alphabetical Order
Annuals, Biennials, Perennials and Bulbs
Fruit Tree Tips
Herbs for the Kitchen and Landscape
Oregon Invasive Plants
Oregon Native Landscape Plants
Planting a Vegetable Garden
Planting in Clay Soil
Preferred Soil pH
Pruning for Shade, Flowers and Fruit
Remove Trees Roots and All
Rod's Garden Pruning
Seasonal Pruning Guide
Trees and Shrubs in the Landscape
Water Wise Gardening
Winter Plant Protection
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