An illustration of a decorative letter A with an angel holding a vine underneath.
The common names of Adlumia fungus are climbing fumitory, mountain fringe, and allegheny vine. The vine…
Ampelopsis heterophylla variety amurensis has hairy branchlets. The leaves are slightly three lobed…
Beans are in the legume family.
Illustration of the head of a bishop's staff, also called a crosier. The head is a serpent curled around…
An illustration of a decorative border.
An illustration of a decorative border.
Bryonia dioica or Red Bryony is a species of perennial climbing herbs.
A decorative letter C with an angel holding a vine below the letter.
A diagram showing six different parts of a grape vine. These parts include the shoot, cane, arm, branch,…
Early English carving from church at Stone, Kent.
Early English carving from Ely Cathedral.
This wood carving shows an arrangement of the vine in Gothic form. The center is Virgin and Child with…
This rustic chair was carved out of a oak wood. It has a vine and leaf design all around the chair.
"Cissampelos tropaeolifolia. 1. a female flower; 2. a portion of a fruit, with the seed laid bare; 3.…
Clematis illustration showing leaf stalks modified as tendrils.
An illustration of a crown and vine doodad.
A grape cutting.
"Dionysus and the Vine" — Gayley, 1893
A very slender, branched twining leafless yellowish or reddish annual parasites.
A dilapidated farmhouse made attractive by vines and flowers.
An illustration of a floral and vine doodad.
An narrow border illustrated with vines and fruit.
Grapes grow in clusters on vining stems.
An illustration of a grape and vine divider
"The cross-wire system is another method of training which appears to be confined in this country to…
A twig of the grape-vine.
A grapevine sprung from a small cutting after one year.
"Flower of the grape vine; Anticuous Anthers."-Whitney, 1902
An illustration of a grapevine flower after the petals have fallen.
An illustration of the grapevine fruit, a grape.
Also known as Quisqualis indica. A vine with red flower clusters that can grow between 2.5 meters and…
An ornamental leaf used to decorate a page.
Loasa Pentlandica is a flowering plant of the Loasaceae family used as an ornamental plant.
An illustration of a decorative letter M with an angel below.
"Cocculus macrocarpus. 1. male flower; 2. a petal and stamen; 3. a cluster of fruit; 4. seed; 5. section…
An illustration of an ornate banner.
"Grape-vine Phylloxera, young." —Davison, 1906
An illustration of a broken pipe tangled in a vine on the ground.
"Potato digger with agitating rear rack and vine separator."—The Federal Digest, 1921
"A climbing plant and its fruit, of the genus Cucurbita. The pumpkin is originally from India, but is…
An illustration of a full page border with vines and raspberries on the bottom.
A Roman doodad.
An illustration of a rose and vine divider.
A decorative letter S with illustrated with an angel below the letter holding a cloth.
A floral initial, capital S
This scroll is a repeating pattern of a vine and leaves.
Woody perennial native to China.
"This mode of propagation is performed by cutting the branches into short lengths, each containing one…
A twining stem, or vine.
Tendrils, such as these of the Virginia Creeper, are very slender, leafless branches, used to enable…
A vine of tomatoes grown using a hoop training method.
"A good trellis for tomatoes, holding the vines apart and allowing all fruits to receive air and light."…
An image depicting a pruned vine that was trained according to the umbrella system. This system is also…
A diagram depicting an unpruned vine trained according to the umbrella system. This image shows stem…
A well-known climbing shrub, which consists of climbing plants with woody stems, simple or compound…
A vine beginning to grow.
An illustration of vine foliage and inflorescence. An inflorescence is a group or cluster of flowers…
An illustration of vine banner.
A vine border with a piece of pottery.