Decorating your pergola, trellis and arches can be a tough decision to make, as there are a thousand varieties of flowering vines in the market each with their own characteristic and beauty. You can do so much with these beautiful garden accents which are the main beauty to your garden. You can always come with innovative and inspiring ideas to cover up the sides of property that is less than beautiful by growing colorful flowering vines. If you want to make the entrance of your garden really attractive you can use the flower vines with the characteristic of having multi-color flowers and dark green heavy leaves that will also attract butterflies to your garden. You can also make your garden a secluded spot by planting the flowering vines that can hide unappealing space of your garden covering the whole arbors, pergolas and arches.
Here are the ten best flowering vines for arches, pergola, arbor and trellis:
10-Zephirine Drouhin Rose
These vines are among the best climbers with inimitable roses on it. The canes of this rose is thorn less and have the beautiful burgundy color which will make your garden look alluring. These vines having flexible canes are widely used to decor the garden as they are easy to wrap around the pergolas or the arches that you have in your garden and can grow up to 15 feet. This unique flowering doesn’t require much of sunlight and blossoms very well in shadows as well, so if your garden doesn’t get the direct sunlight this Zephirine Drouhin Rose is just suitable for your garden.
If you are looking for something bright, colorful and floriferous in your garden then bougainvillea must be your choice. These plants grow very well on bushes, hedges and fences from 3 to 40 ft. and are considered the best climbing plants for shade. If your bougainvillea plant is looked after well then this plant will prove to be the best in your garden. It is mostly liked for its disease resistant and pest free qualities which makes it popular among the garden lovers. Whether you plant it in a small pot or leave it to climb on a garden trellis or fence, it will spread with full elegance overflowing the trellis and your arches. The bougainvillea grows in an equatorial climate such as in Keyna, Singapore or Brazil. They don’t grow in extreme cold weather or during excess rainfall. The ideal season for North America is spring and fall.
8-Blue Moon Wisteria
This Blue Moon Wisteria grows in purple, red, blue and white color blooming vigorously in spring. It can spread up to 4 to 8 ft. and reaches up to 15 to 25 ft. This vine produces flowers by the 3rd year of its plantation and it needs full sun, so make sure to plant it in the part of your garden where it will get the most sunlight. The soil in which it has to be planted should be somewhat acidic, temperately fertile and well-drain. Usage of superphosphate during the onset of spring has proved stimulating growth for the flowers. To grow properly it needs space and support so if you are using this vine plant on a pergola you will have to support it properly at first. Blue Moon Wisteria requires a lot of maintenance and is the best plants to grow on a pergola.
This plant offer fragrant blooms in multiple colors depending upon their species, from summer to fall. Growing up to a height of 8 feet, this annual needs full sun, well-drained soil to grow, fertilizers every after 2 to 4 weeks and are suitable for northern regions. They require a lot of attention as the Sweet Peas is prone to bugs and pests.
This saucer shaped flowers bloom early in the morning and thus represents their name ‘Morning Glory’. They are the best decorating vine flowers for a garden because of their beauty. They have heart-shaped leaves which are mostly 4-5 inches long. They appear in blue, red, purple and yellow colors and the flowering vines reach up to 10 ft. long. Morning Glory grows in temperate and subtropical regions. Growing a morning glory is not much of a hassle, and can grow in dry soil as well but needs plenty of direct sunlight.
5-Campsis Radicans (Trumpet Vine)
This flower vine Campsis Radican has trumpet shaped flowers and is also known as the Trumpet Vine. The flowers turn their color from orange to red and are yellow from its throat. Their distinct colors attract hummingbird to the garden. The Trumpet vine is perfect to grow on arches, pergola and trellis, as they are the best climbing plants and reach up to the height of 25 to 40 ft. The flowers need sunlight but the leaves can grow well in shade too.
If you want the Clematis for your trellis or arbor you will have to go with the taller variety of clematis. The blooming season begins during the early spring and only after one season the whole structure will be covered in Clematis. These vine plants are easy to grow, require less maintenance and at the end of the year your garden will be filled with intriguing and colorful flowers.
3-Emerald Falls Dichondra Ground Cover Seeds
This gorgeous silver foliage with its heavy and constant growth is perfect for windows or on the ground. It is easy to grow as it requires only sun and well-drained soil to thrive properly. It reaches about 2-4 inches of height and the leaves are 1 inch in width. Its dark green color gives a fresh and a radiant look to the garden and you can grow them on the hanging baskets of your garden.
The Henryi Clematis provides the best sight in summer as they have beautiful daisy shaped flowers with dark green foliage, its flower vine look wonderful falling over a fence or an arbor. The flowers grow best when are given direct sunlight. The Henryi Clematis starts blooming in the start of summer and is seen throughout summer. This plant reaches till 6 ft. and the width of the flower is 24 inches to 3 ft. This flower is absolutely stunning with creamy color that is dark in the center and favorite among gardeners.
1-Jewel of Africa Nasturtium Seeds
These vine flowers are available in highly appealing colors such as yellow, orange, maroon, red, salmon and an apricot shade. With green leaves and colorful flowers this vine looks like a beautiful painting. They are grown in yards, walls, fences, trellis and as garden covers too. They require full sunlight to flourish and bloom from June to September. They are very easy to grow and flourish well if maintained with care.