fabulous self-clinging vine for growing up brick, stone walls, arbors, trees, or any structure; slow to get established, this vine will take off after a few years and can scale heights of up to 60-80 feet but can be maintained at smaller sizes. Late spring or early summer lace-cap style flowers are white and lightly fragrant; older stems develop a peeling texture and a cinnamon color adding winter interest. Can grow in full sun or shade with adequate moisture; best on east or north exposures. ‘Miranda’ has gold variegation on leaves.Care
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