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Climbing plants are an excellent choice for growing indoors, as they give a lot of cover for a small amount of floor space. They very often make effective trailing plants too
A twining climber growing from underground tubers, producing masses of fresh green foliage and clusters of small white scented flowers in summer.
A twining climber for a conservatory with pinky-white honey-scented flowers, from late summer-autumn.
Vigorous evergreen climber for a conservatory with spiny stems clothed with large flat leaves.
A scrambling evergreen climber from Australia, bearing large yellow flowers in summer. Hardy in sheltered coastal gardens, reputedly to minus 2C. Otherwise grow against a wall in a cool conservatory.
A frost-tender evergreen scrambling climber with small, lightly scented yellow flowers during summer.
A vigorous, scented leaved, scrambling variety with bright pink, flowers from spring-autumn. Makes a great specimen for a pot getting to around 1m high in a couple of seasons
A lovely rose for a cool conservatory - the pink flowers are strongly scented and appear over a long period from mid-summer to early winter.
A tender climbing member of the daisy family with vivid orange flowers in summer. Can be grown in a large pot and stood out for the summer.
Semi shrubby climber bearing clusters of beautiful pale turquoise blue star-shaped flowers in summer; best in a sunny conservatory, or outside in the mildest frost free localities.
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