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ansoo_gupta
Ansoo Gupta added this to How & Where to Grow Beautiful Vines12 September 2019

Door and window framesIf not arches, you can have your vines frame any of your doors or windows. Most foliage vines require very little sunlight, whereas flowering vines will do well with 3-4 hours of direct sunlight. If you wish to grow fruiting vines, such as passion fruit, bitter gourd, various beans and so on, then 7-8 hours of direct sunlight is necessary.Ways to Enhance Your Entry Porch

kritaraut
Krita Raut added this to Where to Grow Vines and Creepers15 December 2016

At the doorThe doorway, not doubt, is one of the best spots for vines. The outline of flowers and leaves can make the door look picture perfect. Don’t limit this to just your front door. Let your garden meet your house by bringing some greenery to the doorstep. A thick bush of jasmine climbing over the this kitchen door is a highlight of the outdoor space.

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soniabains2013
Sonis added this to soniabains2013's ideas24 November 2022

the door and the greenery on top - would love to recreate this look on top of the garage

dgarcia025
dgarcia025 added this to garden gates1 July 2022

jasmine trellis between heavy pots

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