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Climbing Plants

Like shrubs, climbers give essential form and structure to a garden. They are also great for providing shelter and nesting sites for birds. You can use climbers to cover vertical structures, thus dramatically increasing the growing area.

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Clematis  'Paul Farges'

Clematis 'Paul Farges'£9.50

Lovely,long-flowering vigorous cultivar with masses of slightly fragrant, white flowers to 1.5 inches across from June to September.

 
Hydrangea anomala 'Winter Surprise'

Hydrangea anomala 'Winter Surprise'£8.50

A fabulous evergreen climber with large lacecaps of white flowers in early summer. In autumn and winter the foliage turns red. Self clinging. Ideal for walls and fences.

 
Jasminum humile 'Revolutum'

Jasminum humile 'Revolutum'£6.50

Jasmine

Evergreen shrub with pale green leaves and bright yellow, lightly scented flowers in spring to early summer.

 
Solanum laxum 'Coldham'

Solanum laxum 'Coldham'£6.50

Potato Vine

A vigourous climber for a sunny wall or pergola, with masses of pale grey-blue to white flowers from mid- to late summer. Slightly fragrant.

 
Tetrastigma obtectum

Tetrastigma obtectum£8.00

A rarely offered evergreen tendril climber, related to Parthenocissus. The small five fingered leaves have a bronze tint and reddish stems.

 

Vitis vinifera 'Himrod'£8.50

Grape

A hardy cultivar from the USA, producing bunches of very sweet seedless fruit. Ripens under glass in August, later outdoors.

 
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