From:Norwich , VT Region: Southeast Topic: Vines Title: Vine for house in partial sun in Vermont Answered by: Nan Hampton
we are looking for a climbing vine against the east side of our house, partial sun but need at least 20 feet tall, in zone 4, vermont
You can search for vines native to Vermont yourself in our Native Plant Database by doing a Combination Search and selecting 'Vermont' from the Select State or Province option and then 'Vine' from Habit (general appearance). There are 40 possibilities but you probably don't want to choose some of them (e.g., Toxicodendron radicans (eastern poison ivy))! Here are a few that Mr. SP recommends:
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