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 Training Frames for Vines?

Answer Training frames for vines, often called trellises or topiary frames, are vertical stakes with cross pieces that allow vines to grow vertically. Vines are "trained" to wrap around the frames by secu... Read More »
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Vines for the Greenhouse?

Growing vines in a greenhouse is a great way to get vines started to be transplanted outside, or have a lush fruit-bearing vine without the pest problems typically endured by growers of outdoor vin... Read More »
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The Different Types of Vines?

Vines, depending on the variety, can spread over rocks and wind through bushes. They can climb tree trunks and plunge from cliffs. They're available in a wide range of colors, textures and fragranc... Read More »
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Vines and Landscaping?

Vines serve multiple purposes in a landscape. They can help camouflage unsightly areas, soften hard lines on fences or enhance functional pieces, such as gazebos. Vines offer the benefit of added c... Read More »
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How do i kill blackberry vines?

Trim the vines back with medium-handled shears. Allow the vines to dry out a few days, and remove them. New growth will appear at the ground. When the new growth grows 12 inches tall, dig up the ro... Read More »
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