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Actinidia kolomikta - Tri-color Vine
Zone 5
The leaves of this twining vine start out green, then begin turning white at the tips. The white turns pink and spreads back until about half the leaf is covered. About mid-summer the process reverses and the leaves turn green again. Very Unusual!

Ampelopsis brevipedunculata ‘Elegans’ - Variegated Porcelain Vine
Zone 5
Green and white leaves characterize this vigorous clinging vine. Inconspicuous white flowers in August turn into bright porcelain blue berries in fall. Part to full sun is best. Birds love the berries!

Clematis maximowicziana - Sweet Autumn Clematis
Zone 5
Small star-shaped fragrant flowers completely cover this fast growing vine from August well into September. Very easy to grow!
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Hedera colchica - Persian Ivy
Zone 6
Large glossy evergreen leaves that turn slightly bronze in the winter make this an unusual, fast growing groundcover. Sun or shade.

Hydrangea anomala ‘Little Leaf’ - Little Leaf Climbing Hydrangea

Zone 5

Very small leaves create an unusual texture. White flowers, clings to tree trunks, walls or trellis.

Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris - Climbing Hydrangea
Zone 5
Hardy and vigorous once established, this vine will self attach on any rough surface. Blooms early summer with white lacecap flowers. Sun or shade.

Parthenocissus tricuspidata 'Lowii' -  Dwarf Boston Ivy
Zone 4
Tiny leaves make this just adorable and much easier to manage than the species.  Bright red fall color and great texture all summer.  Will climb just about anything!
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Schizophragma hydrangeoides 'Moonlight' - Moonlight Japanese Hydrangea Vine
Zone 5
Lovely pewter mottling throughout each heart-shaped leaf. Large lacy heads of hydrangea-like flowers in early summer. A clinging vine for light shade.

Schizophragma hydrangeoides 'Roseum' - Pink Japanese Hydrangea Vine
Zone 5
Clinging to porous surfaces similar to climbing hydrangea.  Lacecap flowers in summer.  New stems show bright pink coloring.


Tripterygium regelii - Regels Threewingnut
Zone 4
Technically considered a vine but has many of the characteristics of a shrub.  Needs to be attached to a surface as it has a hard time adhering or twining by itself.  If left to itself it will form a mounded, shrubby mass.  White panicle flowers and winged fruit clusters.  INTERESTING!

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