Fresno's Favorite Vines
An evergreen woody liana growing to 10 feet high. The leaves are opposite, oval to lanceolate, 3/4–4 inches long and 0.4-1.8 in broad, with an entire margin and an acuminate apex.
These vines climb by twining their stems either clockwise or counterclockwise around any available support. They can climb as high as 65 feet above the ground and spread out 33 feet laterally.
A woody evergreen vine, growing to 8 ft 2 in–13 ft 1 in. The juvenile foliage is much smaller and thinner than mature leaves produced as the plant ages.
A deciduous woody vine growing to 98 feet tall or more given suitable support, attaching itself by means of numerous small branched tendrils tipped with sticky disks.
An evergreen twining climber. It has compound leaves with 5 to 7 leaflets which are dark green on the upper surface and a lighter green on the lower surface. The plant is very vigorous and can grow up to 20 feet in height when supported.
*Descriptions obtained from Wikipedia