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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Hydrangea anomala 'Winter Surprise'

Hydrangea anomala 'Winter Surprise'£9.50

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.

 
Ivy mixed variegated (Hedera helix)

Ivy mixed variegated (Hedera helix)£3.50

Ivies are great for providing evergreen interest and can be used in pots, as ground cover in shade or covering walls or fences. Very adaptable tolerating dry shade very well.

 
Muehlenbeckia complexa var. trilobata

Muehlenbeckia complexa var. trilobata£6.50

Fiddle Leaved Mattress Vine

This variety has the usual tangled mass of wiry stems, with curious fiddle-shapeed leaves.

 

Rosa banksiae var banksiae£9.00

White Banksia Rose

A beautiful rambling rose for a sheltered sunny wall. Masses of small, double, lightly scented white flowers appear in April and May, followed by attractive hips. Virtually thornfree and semi-evergreen in warm gardens.

 
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.

 
 
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