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  1. Flowers of Bignonia capreolata (crossvine).
  2. Campsis radicans (trumpet creeper)
  3. Clematis viorna (vasevine)
  4. Clematis virginiana (devil's darning needles)
  5. Dioscorea quaternata (fourleaf yam)
  6. Lonicera sempervirens (coral honeysuckle)

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Native Climbers:

Climbers are plants with long stems and the propensity to grow vertically on a support structure. They may attach themselves by twining around their support, as honeysuckles do, by means of tendrils, or by short areal roots. Most are woody plants, but not all. Some climbers will also be included in other categories such as Perennials, Ground Covers, or Shrubs.