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Articles about vines (including Clematis)

About Actinidia in "The Garden"

Below are links to the articles written by Szczepan Marczyński, published on the website of the English magazine THE GARDEN in November 2009.

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The Nutritional and Health Benefits of Kiwiberry

This paper reviews and highlights the limited nutritional and therapeutic information currently available on the kiwiberry, a minor fruit possessing such major properties.

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New hardy kiwifruit cultivar - ‘Bingo’

This paper outlines the results of research on the morphological and biological features of 'Bingo', a new cultivar of hardy kiwifruit obtained in the breeding programme conducted at Warsaw University of Life Sciences (WULS), Poland.

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Five-leaf akebia

I'd like to draw the attention of the garden enthusiasts to this interesting though still rarely encountered climber, valued chiefly for its leaves, but having also very unusual flowers and fruits that are often overlooked since they are not easily noticeable.

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Ivy - Hedera helix

On December days its deep green foliage stood out against bare stems of other plants. In autumn, though in full bloom, it was lost among the colorful leaves of surrounding trees and shrubs.

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Magnolia vine

Schisandra chinensis - Magnolia vine is a valuable climbing plant originating from China, Korea, and Siberia, grown for ornamental and medicinal purposes as well as for consumption. Its main attraction are bright red, round berries.

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Oriental Bittersweet - Celastrus

Oriental bittersweet is the most valuable climbing plant with ornamental fruit. It is generally hardy, undemanding and vigorous in habit, which makes him well worth of any gardener's interest.

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Climbing Hydrangea - Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris

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Alpine Clematis - Clematis alpina

In April, particular attention should be drawn to Clematis alpina (Alpine Clematis) whose flamboyant blossoming announces the coming of the Spring. The species belongs to Ranunculaceae (the Buttercup Family).

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Clematis 'Bill MacKenzie' from the Tangutica Group

What makes Clematis 'Bill MacKenzie' worth cultivating is the fact that it remains attractive until late autumn and winter, adding interest to the garden. It's a vigorous vine using petioles (leaf stalks) to wrap around the supports.

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