Vines add fast-growing vertical dimension to your landscape or garden. Choose the best vines for your yard with these tips from Lowe's, then visit a Lowe's Garden Center to pick them up. Find more tips in the article at http://lowescreativeideas.com/idea-library/videos/How_to_Grow_Vines_in_Your_Landscape.aspx Vines can block wind and sound and provide privacy screening and shade. Twining vines like honeysuckle twist their stems around objects while growing upward. They are fast growing and require sturdy poles, pergolas or arbors. Tendril vines like clematis reach out and grab chain link fence and latticework as they grow up. Plant them at the base of anything you want to decorate with foliage. Clinging vines like Virginia creeper grow by using roots and suction cups to cling to solid surfaces. These vines can drape a wall in lush foliage. If you're new to growing vines, try growing annual vines on a small trellis. For great how to videos and home improvement tips, subscribe to Lowe's YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=lowes Or head to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/Lowes http://www.Lowes.com -- Never Stop Improving
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