The Q&A Archives: Silver Lace Vine

Question: The vine im looking for is called a Silver lace vine. I saw it in a catalog. I want to know more about it.

Thank you stacie

Answer: "Silver Lace Vine" or "Mile a Minute" is Fallopia aubertii - synonym Polygonum aubertii. It's a climbing vine (20' - 40') and flowers in late summer. Plant in full sun to light shade in well drained soil. "Silver Lace Vine" tolerates most soil types and is drought tolerant once established. Grows extremely well in poor soils. A very vigorous climber with fragrant flowers. It requires strong support.

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