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What are climbing vines?

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Answered 2014-06-27 21:59:40

Climbing vines are vines that will grow up a trellis or the side of a house if left to grow unchecked. Some examples of climbing vines include kudzu and ivy.

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What is a trellis?

I think the proper spelling would be treillis, with an i behind the e... that's French for what is called "chicken wire" in the States. A trellis is a structure to let climbing vines grow on. It is usually in some sort of criss-cross pattern so vines can weave in between it.