13 Stunning Vines & Climbers With Blue Flowers

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If you are looking for climbers with blooms having a royal hue, then check out these exceptional Vines with Blue Flowers!

Alluring and definitive are what blossoming vines can be. Here are some stunning Vines with Blue Flowers for that imperial look in your yard!

Check out the Best Blue Flowers to Grow in Containers here.

Vines with Blue Flowers

1. Bengal Clockvine

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Botanical Name: Thunbergia grandiflora

USDA Zones: 9-11

Also popular as Blue Trumpet Vine, Blue Sky Vine, and Bengal Clock Vine, it displays velvety cobalt blue flowers that look great on a gazebo or a pergola.

2. Morning Glory


Botanical Name: Ipomoea sp

USDA Zones: 2-11

Morning Glory is almost every gardener’s favorite. It attracts bees, hummingbirds, and other pollinators wherever it grows! For blue flowers, grow ‘Heavenly Blue.’

3. Passionflower Vine

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Botanical Name: Passiflora sp.

USDA Zones: 6-10

Passionflower vine, a native to South America, grows mesmerizing blue flowers that produce a heavenly fragrance. Some cultivars also bear edible, sweet passionfruits. 

Take a look at our list of best blue flowers here

4. Blue Butterfly Pea


Botanical Name: Clitoria ternatea

USDA Zones: 8-11

Blue Butterfly Pea, native to Southeast Asia, belongs to the legume Fabaceae family. The blue and butterfly-like blooms have a creamy white-colored center. 

5. Blue Jade Vine

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Botanical Name: Strongylodon macrobotrys

USDA Zones: 9-12

Blue Jade Vine is famous for its ornamental, cascading blue-green, or bright turquoise blue flowers. Like the Blue Butterfly Pea, this vine belongs to the Fabaceae family. 

6. Downy Clematis


Botanical Name: Clematis macropetala

USDA Zones: 4-9

Its blooms look like Tinkerbell’s skirt with stunning double flowers in a light or violet-blue hue. This vine is easy to maintain and is ideal for any north-facing garden. 

Here are the best types of Clematis

7. Garlic Creeper

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Botanical Name: Mansoa alliacea

USDA Zones: 8-11

The garlic vine stands out with its purple-blue flowers that look magnificent, climbing over walls or pergolas. Ensure it gets plenty of bright light for super blooms!

8. Plumbago

Botanical Name: Plumbago auriculata

USDA Zones: 5-9

Plumbago is not a vine but a hardy herbaceous plant that grows like a vine. It can climb onto anything it can reach, producing a cluster of pretty sky-blue, tubular blooms. 

9. Betty Corning Clematis


Botanical Name: Clematis ‘Betty Corning’

USDA Zones: 4-9

If you are a fan of purple-blue blooms that match well with light green foliage, then go for this plant! It thrives wonderfully well in a well-lit space.

10. Solitary Clematis


Botanical Name: Clematis Rooguchi

USDA Zones: 3-7

The solitary clematis is a pretty small climber that looks best in pots trailing over a trellis or a cage. The deep blue flowers go well with the dark green foliage.

11. Queen’s Wreath

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Botanical Name: Petrea volubilis

USDA Zones: 9-11

Standing true to its name, the plant does look quite ‘Queeny’ when it gets full with clusters of purple-blue flowers. It needs plenty of sunlight to bloom well.

12. Blue Potato Vine

Botanical Name: Lycianthes rantonnetii

USDA Zones: 8-11

The blue potato vine showcases dense clusters of flowers in a lilac-blue hue. The blooms look stunning with the light green foliage of the plant.

13. Skyblue Clustervine


Botanical Name: Jacquemontia pentanthos

USDA Zones: 9-11

If you want deep blue flowers, go for this plant, eyes closed! It can climb as tall as 20-30 feet, so you might have to prune it from time to time to ensure it doesn’t become invasive.

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