Going up the wall is what most of us try to avoid but it’s a very positive move for your plants to make. Climbers are superb multi-taskers giving colour, screening from neighbours, shade over pergolas, and disguising of unsightly walls.
And if you’re short of space in the garden, climbers open up a whole new vertical dimension with a very small footprint when it comes to creating ‘garden rooms’.
Parthenocissus tri. Veitchii
This delightful, self-clinging climber charms people with its large, fresh, glossy green leaves in summer.
This twining, evergreen climber is something special. With glossy, dark green leaves, it looks good all year round.
A quick-growing, native, evergreen climber, happiest growing in a spot where its roots are in the shade and where its branches can grow up to reach the sun.
A lovely, hardy and evergreen climber which features glossy, deep green leaves all year round and a flurry of pure white flowers in spring.
This is one vigorous evergreen climber, with glossy green leaves, it can quickly cover a wall or fence.
This evergreen climber that doesn’t get overly tall, making it an ideal option for pots and smaller gardens.
Lovely, lush-looking, dark green leaves appear from the stems in spring and last until winter.
This self-clinging, climbing and creeping fig is a great choice if you are after something to cover a wall or concrete surface that doesn’t take up a lot of room.
This small leafed, climbing fig provides a smaller alternative to its big brother, the larger leafed Ficus pumila.
Sought after by florists because of its contrasting grey and green leaves.
With large, glossy, dark green leaves, this quick growing ivy can be used as a climber to cover large walls, banks, old trees stumps and fences with ease.
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