With Vine 2 on the horizon, Vine references are seeing a resurgence. Stay in the loop by brushing up with these essential, though underappreciated Vines. There are certain world events that have undeniably shaped the members of Generation Y, including the Great Recession and the time Taylor Swift got the inspiration for a terrible song she would bitterly release years later. There is one generation-defining event, however, that is unlikely to be recognized by the majority of historians as impactful in any way. I am talking, of course, about the death of Vine.
Listen to Schwarz's Ultimate Vine Compilation Mix
Baby Come Through You Deserve A Round Carl Garrett Vine | Baby coming, You deserve, Garrett
More than anything, the Baltimore producer Schwarz makes body music. Yes, I know that Body Music was the title of that AlunaGeorge album and that there's some weird hippie fest in San Francisco where everybody makes music with their bodies and calls it "body music," but this is "body music," as in music you don't hear as much as you feel in your bones. I'm sitting at my desk right now, listening to this mix, and have been bobbing like a fucking madman for like, ten minutes without realizing it. If that's not enough of a cosign for you, Schwarz put this mix together exclusively using club songs that sample viral Vine videos, which is a feat in and of itself.
You deserve rounds... (Vine by Carl Garrett) GIF
Many flowering vines thrive in Florida's mild climate. By carefully choosing among this diverse and wonderful group of plants, you can have a vine blooming in your landscape almost every month of the year. Vines can function in the landscape in many ways. When grown on arbors, they provide lovely "doorways" to our homes or provide transition points from one area of the landscape to another Figure 1.
The common name Jasmine covers a broad array of vines and shrubs that come from all corners of the temperate world. Some of these are true Jasmines, from the Jasminum genus, but there many more Jasmines and Jessamines in different plant families that deserve attention. Most Jasmines that are commonly found in garden centers are covered in this article. We are fortunate to live in a climate that can host at least some of the Jasmines outdoors through winter, but many of the most fragrant are not tough enough to survive outdoors year round, so should be treated like houseplants and brought indoors in winter.