MADISON (WKOW) -- A vine-covered arch is a beautiful and traditional way to welcome visitors to a garden. And flanking the front entrance with vines is a colorful way to lead visitors to your front door. And adding to the appeal - the less common Betty Corning Clematis.
And a Dutchman's pipe is trained on wires to climb up and perfectly frame this small cottage.
Mask an old stump. Simply cover with netting to allow the clematis tendrils to grab hold and move skyward.
And mix it up a bit – here a rose and clematis combine their bloom power to put on a colorful summer show.