Climbing Hydrangea Hydrangea petiolaris. Trumpet vines are drought tolerant thrive in sunny areas and perfect for creating a privacy fence.
Some leaves may be heart-shaped others curly or fanned.
Fast growing evergreen vines for fences. These rugged perennials grow in hardiness zones 5 through 8 and have a mature size of 8 to 20 feet. One note on growing vining plants to divide property lines is that you should talk with your neighbor beforehand. The leathery lobed dull green leaves come in many different shapes depending on the variety.
Vines such as Ivy and trumpet vine will grow quickly and can cover large areas. Chocolate Vine Just about an evergreen as it does keep its leaves in gentle winters. Make it quick with the Murray Cypress.
Trumpet vines spread quickly through seed runners and suckers and are ideal for filling spaces fast. Like the golden trumpet vine it is a tropical plant and should only be grown outdoors in USDA growing zones 10 and 11. It does well in sun and shade alike.
Fast-growing English ivy Hedera helix only grows 3 inches tall but will form a dense carpet over the ground or climb rapidly up fences trellises or walls with its aerial roots. Fragrant with yellow trumpet-shaped flowers in early spring Carolina yellow jasmine or jessamine Gelsemium sempervirens USDA zones 7 through 10 is another fast-growing evergreen vine. Plant the flaming glorybower in a location that receives full sun and keep the soil consistently moist.
Evergreen clematis offers long leaves and bunches of creamy white flowers super scented and sometimes speckled on sunny south-facing fences. In sunny spots it grows up to 20 feet tall and 6 feet wide twining when it has support or trailing. The flaming glorybower Clerodendrum splendens is a fast-growing evergreen vine that can reach a height of 12 feet.
These are popular choices for growth on fences or trellises that divide property lines. Hardy Vines for Zone 7 Virginia Creeper Very vigorous it can grow to over 50 feet 15 m. Hardy Kiwi 25 to 30 feet 7-9 m it produces beautiful fragrant flowers and you just may get some fruit too.
One of the fastest-growing evergreen trees the Murray Cypress Cupressocyparis x leylandi Murray can spurt up to 4.