|Link to Missouri Botanical Garden Plant Finder||Link to Five Springs Farm Plant Information Sheet (pdf)|
|Native to southeast Ohio||Deer-resistant|
|Native to eastern United States||Likes full sun|
|Native to North America||Likes shade|
|Edible for humans||Evergreen or wintergreen|
|Pollinator-friendly plant||Suitable for wet sites|
Please also note: This is only and ever a partial list. We always have plants at the nursery that just came in, or that we only have one or a few specimens of; come by to see all of what's available!
|Actinidia arguta "74-32" - 74-32 hardy kiwi (male): mum pot|
A vine with tasty, edible fruit, smaller than the store kiwi fruit. This vine is dioecious, so both a male and female are needed.
Actinidia arguta x melanandra "Ken's Red" - Ken's Red hardy kiwi (female): mum pot
A hybrid vine with tasty, edible fruit, smaller than the store kiwi fruit. This vine is dioecious, so both a male and female are needed. Can be fertilized by 74-32.
Actinidia cordifolia - hardy kiwi, female: mum pot|
|Campsis radicans - trumpet creeper: 1 gallon|
A vine with opposite, pinnate, toothed leaves and bright red or orange trumpet-shaped flowers.
|Celastrus scandens - bittersweet: 1 gallon|
Our native bittersweet, uncontaminated by the highly-invasive Asian variety.
||Lonicera crassifolia - creeping honeysuckle: mum pot|
|Parthenocissus tricuspidata - Boston ivy: 1 gallon|
The classic ivy seen on "ivy-league college" buildings. Can be safely grown on masonry without degrading the masonry or mortar joints. Great for summer shading, will keep a building much cooler. Great fall color.
|Parthenocissus quinquefolia - Virginia creeper: 1 gallon|
Our native counterpart to Boston ivy. Can be safely grown on masonry without degrading the masonry or mortar joints. Great for summer shading, will keep a building much cooler. Great fall color. Also great for screening eyesores like old wood piles or junk cars.
|Passiflora incarnata - blue passion flower: 1 gallon|
Ready in late spring of 2017. Our native passion flower, with beautiful blue (white on some plants), complex flowers. Very aggressive grower, but herbaceous.
|Passiflora lutea - yellow passion flower: 1 gallon|
Ready in late spring of 2017. Native just south of our area, this strongly-spreading vine has tiny yellow passion flowers, followed by purple berries. Makes a great screen.
|Wisteria macrostachya "Blue Moon" - Kentucky wisteria: 2 gallons|
An aggressive woody vine with beautiful pea-like flowers, a favorite of bees. This should only be grown on a pergola or very substantial trellis, and a large one at that.