Your only difficulty with perennial flowering vines may be too many choices.
Climbing flowering vines can do wonders, adding a magnificent new dimension to your sunroom or patio.
Bougainvillea needs lots of warmth and sunshine to grow and flower. This twining climber loves to bask on a sun-drenched patio. If you live where winters are cold, pot your bougie in a trellis planter so you can scoot it indoors and enjoy late-season blooms.
Passion flower vine is native to the South American rainforests where it clings to the trunks of trees using its tendrils. It's easy to train on a hoop for a stunning indoor houseplant. Use florist's wire to attach the thin vines to the hoop inserted into a pot.
Warmth, direct sun and humidity will help this tropical plant to thrive. This is another warm-natured vine you can grow outdoors, then bring inside for more months of blooms in a sunny window.
Glory Lily is a vigorous climber from tropical Africa. Those backswept, wavy petals are spectacular, vibrant yellow at the center and red at their tips.
Its slender stems have twining tendrils, which cling to other plants in the wild, climbing several feet in its native tropical habitat. Give it a trellis or something to climb, attaching its stems with florist's wire as it grows.
Known botanically as Gloriosa superba, it is a stunning flowering vine, but not commonly grown indoors. All parts of this beautiful plant are extremely poisonous, especially the tuberous roots. It is not a good choice for homes with children or pets.
Golden Trumpet is a native of Brazil, treasured for its magnificent blooms that cover this perennial flowering vine all summer. Put it in your sunroom or on your porch...it'll give any sunlit spot a burst of color.
Although a true climber, this plant's habit when grown in a container is to sprawl or lean -- at least until it grows tall. Then, Golden Trumpet can be trained on a trellis or other support to hold it up.
Mandevilla (shown above) is also a Brazilian beauty that will love a warm, sunny spot in your home. Pot it in a large planter with a stake or trellis to hold it up. Give it what it wants and Mandevilla will reward you with a long season of bright, trumpet-shaped flowers.
Another Brazil native is the twining Candy Corn Vine. Give this climber plenty of sunshine and you'll enjoy the reddish-orange and yellow flowers -- yep, like the candy -- all summer and into fall.
Captivating white-and-red, heart-shaped blooms of Bleeding Heart Vine are sure to get attention in your home.
Because of its common name, Clerodendrum thomsoniae is often confused with the garden-variety pink Bleeding Hearts. However, this one is a tropical vine that wants warmth year-round. You can easily train those twining stems up a trellis or around a hoop.
Give your houseplant plenty of light to make it bloom, but protect Bleeding Heart Vine from direct sunlight. You can expect those perennial flowering vines to bloom abundantly from spring through fall.
Choose a scented flower vine and you'll also add delightful fragrance to your home.
Add beautiful fragrance to any room with Jasmine. You can expect dozens of scented flowers at a time. Even young plants are eager to bloom. Train this climber on a trellis to show off its starry, white flowers.
Its twining, slender vines need regular pruning to keep it in shape. Take care not to remove any flower buds, though.
Keep Hoya carnosa indoors and you'll love its sweetly scented flower clusters for months on end. It's also called Wax Plant for its waxy-looking blooms. This is one of my favorites and is easy to grow, if kept in a sunny window.
You'll probably want to put enchanting Angel Trumpet Plant on your deck or patio for the summer to give it the light it needs to bloom. Its delightful fragrance will attract butterflies and hummingbirds as well as compliments from passersby.