21 White-Flowered Vines and Climbing Plants

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Are you thinking about planting a white-blooming vine in your garden, but you’re not sure where to begin? Many vines have eye-catching white flowers, and many may climb quickly with little care.

To help you select the ideal white flowering vine for your garden, we’ve looked at some of the best choices in this article!

1.  White Mandevilla Vine

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Scientific Name: Mandevilla boliviensis

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun

Plant Size: 6-10 feet

Mandevilla vines may add colour to both your indoor and outdoor spaces. Wherever you plant it, this white-flowering mandevilla lends an air of sophistication!

Have you discovered a vine in bloom that you adore? Really, I hope so. Beautiful climbing plants can make for some truly stunning additions to a landscape. It’s amazing what a difference one or two plants can make. Go ahead and spruce up your house now! Cheers to your planting!

2. Snail Vine

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Scientific Name: Cochliasanthus caracalla

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full Sun

Plant Size: 15-20 feet

Perennial flowering vines that thrive in areas free of frost are called snail vines. Its little blossoms are believed to resemble a snail’s coiled shell. These vines can reach a maximum length of 15 to 20 feet. To keep the vines vigorous and healthy, do some mild pruning on a regular basis to remove any dead or scraggly areas.

3. White Supreme Sweet Pea

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Scientific Name: Lathyrus odoratus ‘White Supreme’

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full Sun

Plant Size: 6 to 8 feet

White Supreme is a graceful, fragrant flowering vine that has white blossoms. This plant can be grown in a garden, on a porch, or in a pot.

4. White Bougainvillea Vine

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Scientific Name: Bougainvillea

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full Sun

Plant Size: 15-40 feet

A beautiful tropical vining plant, bougainvillea has a woody stem and a summertime display of vivid flowers. It comes in a variety of hues. The tiny tubular blossoms on this climbing vine are grouped in clusters of three. Bracts of pink, red, orange, yellow, or white surround the flowers.

USDA zones 9 and 10 are ideal for the evergreen climbing vine known as bougainvillea. On spreading stems that can reach heights and widths of up to 40 feet, the tightly packed foliage is borne.

Bougainvillea is planted as an annual in cooler areas. Its leafy stems that cascade down look great in hanging baskets, and it contains flowers that might be white, pink, purple, red, or orange.

5. White Madagascar Jasmine

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Scientific Name: Stephanotis floribunda

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full Sun

Plant Size: 20 feet

The ideal growing conditions for Madagascar jasmine are partial to full light in USDA zones 10 and 11. Its clusters of tiny white blooms, which draw Eastern tiger swallowtail butterflies, are set against a backdrop of dark green leaves. Blooms may begin in the spring and last until the arrival of cold weather.

Known by another name, wedding wreath, this vine is popular for cutting flowers. It grows easily inside and can grow up to 20 feet in length outdoors. To reduce density, it prefers well-drained soil that is high in sand and peat.

6. Dewberry


Scientific Name: Rubus Fruticosus

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full Sun

Plant Size: 3-5 feet

Dewberry is a versatile and fragrant fruit that resembles a raspberry but has a slightly different flavor profile. They are often found in the wild, but they can also be cultivated.

Dewberries belong to the same family as blackberries and raspberries and are often mistaken for them due to their similar appearance. However, dewberries tend to be slightly larger and have a distinctively sweet and tangy taste.

In terms of culinary use, dewberries can be enjoyed fresh, used in jams, jellies, pies, and desserts, or incorporated into savoury dishes. They are also rich in vitamins and antioxidants, making them a nutritious addition to your diet. Dewberry picking is a popular activity in areas where they grow abundantly, providing a fun outdoor

7. Bleeding Heart Vine

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Scientific Name: Clerodendrum thomsoniae

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Partial Shade to Partial Sun

Plant Size: 15 feet

The bleeding heart plant bears clusters of white flowers with red accents in the springtime, along with delicate heart-shaped leaves.

The bleeding heart plant, which is frequently found in woodlands, thrives best in damp, shaded areas. The plant can be multiplied by division or seed.

If consumed in excessive numbers, bleeding heart plant leaves are toxic, and the sap can irritate skin. The plant is occasionally used as a natural treatment for sleeplessness and anxiety.

8. Moonflower

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Scientific Name: Ipomoea alba

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Partial shade to full sun

Plant Size: 10–15 Feet

Heirloom favourites: moonflowers bloom in the dark and have 6-inch-wide blossoms! Additionally, they smell strongly, and pollinators love them! In cool areas, they are annual; in milder regions, they are perennial. They require full sunlight.

9. False Hydrangea Vine

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Scientific Name: Schizophragma hydrangeoides

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Partial sun to full shade

Plant Size: 60–80 Feet

This hydrangea-like plant bears flowers later in the season, although they resemble those of climbing hydrangea. In hues of creamy white or white, delicate flower panicles with a flat top and a diameter of 8 to 10 inches bloom in the middle of summer.

The peeling bark and reddish-brown stems provide winter attractiveness, while the deciduous foliage turns yellow in the fall. Grow this woody perennial vine that tolerates shade in a woody environment, training it up on a mature tree or other structure that can support its weight.

10. Climbing Hydrangea

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Scientific Name: Hydrangea anomala ssp. petiolaris

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Partial shade to full shade

Plant Size: 60–80 Feet

If a climbing hydrangea has a wall, fence, or big tree for its aerial rootlets to cling to, it can reach heights of 60 to 80 feet. In contrast to other plants with aerial roots, climbing hydrangea develops at a pace that makes control relatively easy.

This is a shade-loving plant that can only withstand full light if the soil is kept extremely wet. The dried flower heads and peeling bark offer the plant significant winter interest. The flowers are similar to those of shrub hydrangeas.

11. Sweet Autumn Clematis

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Scientific Name: Clematis terniflora

Plant Type: Perennial vine

Sun Exposure: Full, partial

Plant Size: 15-30 feet

This is a pretty vine with fragrant, sweet-smelling blossoms. In late summer and early fall, the white blossoms of the Sweet Autumn Clematis draw hummingbirds and butterflies.

12. Honeysuckle Vine

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Scientific Name: Lonicera albiflora

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full to Partial Sun

Plant Size: 12-20 Feet

The fragrant, creamy-white blossoms of the white honeysuckle vine have curly petals. The plant grows well in both full sun and moderate shade, and its oval-shaped leaves have a grayish green color. From spring through summer, the stunning blooms draw pollinators and release aromatic nectar.

13. White Climbing Iceberg Rose

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Scientific Name: Rosa ‘Korbin’

Plant Type: Shrubs

Sun Exposure: Full Sun

Plant Size: 3–5 Feet tall

Climbing roses can add an eye-catching element to your garden because they are lovely and low-maintenance. This kind can be trained to climb in any area!

Throughout the growing season, it is highly floriferous, creating big clusters of medium-sized, white flowers that are slightly doubled and occasionally have a pink tinge. Shiny leaves are supported by silky, flexible stems. A type that grows quickly with strong, bushy growth.

14. White Coral Vine

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Scientific Name: Antigonon leptopus

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun, Partial Sun

Plant Size: 30-40 feet

The coral vine, sometimes known as the Rose of Montana, is native to Mexico. This vine bears tiny, heart-shaped blossoms and grows quickly. This climber may grow up to 40 feet in length, so it needs full to partial sun, well-drained soil, and a fence or trellis for support.

In the mild USDA zones 9–11, this perennial white flowering vine blooms all year round. The plant blooms in late summer in zones 8 and above, and it dies above ground with the first winter.

15. Potato Vine

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Scientific Name: Solanum jasminoides

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun, Partial Shade

Plant Size: 20-25 feet

One excellent, low-maintenance instance is the potato vine. It offers fewer fragrant blossoms than jasmine, although it looks quite similar. It’s also quite simple to care for the plant.

16. Madagascar Jasmine

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Scientific Name: Stephanotis floribunda

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun, part shade

Plant Size: 20 feet tall

The Deep South is filled with the deep scent of Madagascar jasmine every spring. The dark green, leathery leaves of this graceful perennial vine are crowned with clusters of white, highly perfumed, trumpet-shaped blooms. In the north, you can utilize this low-maintenance vine as a patio plant that can tolerate a cool winter indoors.

17. Holboellia Vine

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Scientific Name: Stauntonia coriacea. (Diels) Christenh

Plant Type: Evergreen vine

Sun Exposure: Full sun

Plant Size: 20 Feet tall

Heavenly Climb Large, fragrant white flowers bloom in the spring on holboellia plants, which have glossy foliage. It is an excellent evergreen vine for offering seclusion, elegance, and fragrance to the backyard. With assistance, it can reach a height of 20 feet.

18. White Trailing Fuchsia Vine

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Scientific Name: Fuchsia magellanica

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun, Partial shade

Plant Size: 8–13 Feet tall

Trailing vines bearing bell-shaped white, scarlet, purple, and pink flowers hang in tiny clusters on fuchsia plants. Stamens stick out of the center of the four or five overlapping petals that make up the tubular blooms. The vivid double petals of white fuchsia flowers often contain a hint of pink, which gives them a graceful, romantic appeal.

In full shade, the majority of people cultivates fuchsia plants in hanging baskets or summer container gardens since they are tolerant of chilly temperatures and have long, dangling stems. For visually appealing flower arrangements in the summer, you can also hang fuchsia flowers on patios or deck areas.

19. White Japanese Wisteria

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Scientific Name: Wisteria floribunda ‘alba’

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun, partial shade

Plant Size: 10-30 feet

Japanese wisteria blooms in late spring or early summer, with fragrant white blossoms that cascade down the vines. Up to 30 feet can be achieved by the vines, and up to 12 inches can be achieved by the flowers. Due to its attractiveness and scent, Japanese wisteria is a popular plant for gardens and landscaping.

Grown to be a lovely accent to a garden, Japanese wisteria can sometimes be challenging. Being vigorous growers, the vines require a lot of support. Insects and illnesses may also affect them.

20. White Trumpet Vine

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Scientific Name: Thunbergia grandiflora ‘Alba’’

Plant Type: Annual

Sun Exposure: Full to Partial Sun

Plant Size: 10-11 feet

The white trumpet vine, sometimes called the Bengal clock vine or white sky vine, is a strong perennial that blooms huge white blossoms in the summer. The yellow-throated, three-inch-wide flowers are borne in bunches in the leaf axils. The silky, dark green foliage of the vine accentuates the white blossoms.

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