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Schisandra Vine

Native to China and Russia, these beautiful vines are valued for their attractive flowers, foliage, and fruit. Their fruit makes tasty and nutritious juice and all parts of the plants are used medicinally. Schisandra Vines like some shade and well-drained soil with plenty of moisture. Fairly compact plants, they are happy growing on a fence, wall, or arbor.

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Eastern Prince™

Eastern Prince™

A selection of Magnolia Vine from the Vavilov Institute at Vladivostok, Eastern Prince™ bears good crops of large, tasty fruit.
9150
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$ 19.95
Valentine™

Valentine™

This attractive male selection is a beautiful ornamental vine and a good pollinator for Apricot Blush™. The striking, bright red, strawberry-like flowers open in May.
9175
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$ 19.95
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