Searching for ways to set your landscape apart from your neighbors this spring and summer? Look no further than this list of fast growing vines. The beautiful flowers that accompany these vine plants are an added bonus that will take your garden to the next level.

Bougainvillea

The drought-resistant bougainvillea flowers are nothing short of stunning. The summer blooming plant produces orange, yellow, red, and purple flowers that thrive in lots of sunlight.

Blue Crown Passion Flower (Passiflora caerulea)

The breathtaking blossom is enough of a reason to add this passion flower to your garden—but the sweet smell that comes along with the opening is also a bonus. The blue crown variety will do best along a fence or trellis, and can grow up to 20 feet tall.

Dutchman’s Pipe (Aristolochia macrophylla)

The distinctive pipe-shaped flowers explain the origins of this plant’s name. The leaves on the vegetation are also interesting with a heart shape and deep purple color.

Climbing Hydrangea (Hydrangea petiolaris​)

Hydrangea fans

, take your obsession to the next level (or story) with this climbing vine, which can grow up to 50 ft. tall. You’ll see this beauty produce pretty white flowers during the summer months and yellow leaves in the fall.

Trumpet Vine (Campsis)

Anyone from beginners to longtime gardners can grow this easy vine, which produces bold red and orange flowers during the summer. You’ll love this vine for its punchy blooms, which attract hummingbirds, and it’s versatility (it can grow in sun, shade, and survive hot, cold, and even drought conditions).

Coral honeysuckle (Lonicera sempervirens)

Throughout this perennial’s long bloom time, from mid-June through September, its trumpet-shaped blossoms can perfume your entire garden. Coral honeysuckle will twine around anything in its path, scaling a 10- to 15-foot trellis in a single season, and attract hummingbirds as well.

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