Plant vines on steep hillsides to stop eroding of soil. Also near lakes and ponds when they seem to fill up and loose depth. Best choices for super hardy groundcover vines are english ivy, vinca minor and ajuga.
Decorating with vines is a wonderful thing and will bring character and also a gorgeous look to a lawn and can also be used inside of a home. If the lighting and natural light is great in a room such as a sunroom on a home, a vine will be gorgeous to grow and train to become all throughout the room. It will need some timbers or sticks to expand on but will be gorgeous as it grows and will also add a spectacular color of green to a room.
Vines are also great to grow outdoors and are often used to cover sides of old buildings and can also be trained to grow on fences. Vines will also look amazing as they are trained to grow on a trellis at the entrance way of an extended or short walkway and will also look great when added to a deck or patio. There is a wide variety of vines available, and some will also produce gorgeous flowers that can be enjoyed.
The Wisteria vine is a gorgeous one when it is in bloom, and it will supply beautiful lavender flowers that will also attract butterflies and also hummingbirds to a location. During the summer, when the vines are in bloom they will look great and will also add lots of colors.
Trumpet vines will offer smaller flowers that will look like tiny trumpets. This vine will work great on a trellis and will look fantastic when added to a garden or natural area. Vines are very easy to grow and can be trained very easily by just tying the vine to a fence or trellis with some soft material so that the vine is not damaged. Once the vine grows, it will add a lovely look and will also supply a very natural look like it has been growing there all along.
There are also some vines that will have a beautiful shade of green such as the English Ivy. The leaves on this vine will look fantastic, and this vine will grow to cover a section of fence or the side of an old building.