Reach for the Sky With Climbers

Whether you want to carpet a wall with lush leaves or marvel at a bloom-filled vine that can scramble to fifty feet, climbers are a great way to bring vertical beauty to your garden.

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Five-Leaf Akebia

Also known as the chocolate vine, the five-leaf akebia is a vigorous semievergreen with strong, twining stems which bear clusters of purplish flowers and unusual sausage-shaped fruits. Tolerant of full sun or partial sun and well-drained or moist soil, plant it against a wall or train it into a tree or pergola where it can grow to 30 feet tall.

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