9 Blooming Vines That Add Beauty and Privacy to Your Yard

Climbing Roses

If you seek a classic touch of elegance and privacy for your garden, consider the Blaze Improved Climbing Roses. With bold red double blooms, they reach up to 15 feet tall and eight feet wide.


First Editions Summer Cascade Wisteria is reliably cold-hardy to zone 4. Its fast growth and lovely lilac-purple flowers make it perfect for covering pergolas, fences, or garden features.


The Sparky series of Clematis is a favorite perennial vine known for its fabulous, spiky flowers. This early bloomer comes in three colors and requires minimal pruning.

Black-Eyed Susan

Lemon A-Peel Black-Eyed Susan Vine is a fast-growing annual vine that offers bright yellow blooms all summer long.


First Editions Autumn Revolution Bittersweet is a self-fruiting North American species with vibrant orange berries, perfect for fall and winter. Its disease-resistant foliage adds to its charm.


Sun Parasol Apricot Mandevilla is a continuously blooming tropical vine ideal for full sun exposure. In cooler climates, it may be overwintered indoors.

Holboellia Vine

Heavenly Ascent Holboellia features large, highly fragrant white flowers in spring, making it a fantastic evergreen vine for privacy and beauty.

Climbing Hydrangea

Hydrangea anomala petiolaris, or climbing hydrangea, is a charming vine that clings to surfaces by aerial rootlets, creating a lush garden wall.

Trumpet Vine

Balboa Sunset Trumpet Vine is a hummingbird magnet with its clusters of deep reddish-orange flowers. Once established, it blooms profusely with minimal care. Use it as a ground cover or for screening.