UBC Botanical Garden’s Arbour Garden contains a small collection of woody vines. Illustrated in this photograph is Boston ivy, or Parthenocissus tricuspidata, a member of the grape family (Vitaceae).
Other woody vines that can be found smothering the arbour (though harsh pruning has helped in the past year) include Dutchman’s pipe (Aristolochia spp.), wisteria and trumpet vine (Campsis radicans). I’m not certain if any of the former ivies (Hedera spp.) remain, as the garden has been aggressibly removing all ivy species in an effort to prevent and combat potential invasiveness.