Answer: There are only a few vines suitable for a very shady site, and only one of them produces flowers. Your choices are Fatshedera lizei (looks like a cross between Fatsia japonica and Ivy), Parthenocissus (Virginia creeper), Hedera (Ivy) and Trachelospermum jasminoides (star jasmine). Parthenocissus does produce colorful foliage, which will provide interest all spring, summer and fall. Star jasmine produces small, star shaped, fragrant flowers. Enjoy your new vine!
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