All the species described should be reliably hardy in this part of the country, unless otherwise indicated. Plants...More
If you want a flowering climber for a shady wall, this hydrangea fits the bill. It is deciduous but vigorous, with oval dark green leaves and, in early and mid-summer, is covered with frothy lacecap flowerheads. Recommended. Most soils. To 12 ft.
In the South, the dark green lance-shaped leaves should stay on through the winter and, by late spring, rosy pink flowers with a lovely fragrance will appear in clusters of three. Good on a warm sheltered wall or trellis. Fertile well drained soil. To 15 ft.
A relatively new and absolutely delightful variety of this popular climber which has foliage of a vivid golden yellow plus the usual highly fragrant white flowers. Lovely on a pillar or archway. Fertile well-drained soil.
Perhaps more traditional but equally attractive is this variety with its leaves of shiny deepest green to offset the profuse scented white flowers throughout the summer months. Fertile well-drained soil.
A semi-evergreen twining climber with olive green leaves and delicate pale pink fragrant flowers in early to mid summer. Give it a sheltered wall or fence, does best in a warm position. Fertile well-drained soil.To 15 feet.
An outstanding new variety – the arresting variegated foliage in cream and green will brighten up a fence or wall all year round and the ice-white flowers will scent the summer air. Most soils. 12 feet +. 2 litre deep pot.
Choose a warm sheltered spot for this charming evergreen climber which, from summer into autumn, bears drooping clusters of diminutive but glorious sky blue bell-shaped flowers followed by small fruits. Moist but well drained soil. 5 to 6 feet. We may also have the Rosea variety with rosy-pink flowers. 2 litre deep pot.
This climber has got all you could wish for – glossy dark evergreen leaves, a spreading twining habit and, for most of the summer, highly scented clusters of starry creamy white flowers. . Choose a sunny sheltered position. Fertile well drained soil. To 20 feet. 2 litre deep pot.
This climber has got all you could wish for – glossy dark evergreen leaves, a spreading twining habit and, for most of the summer, highly scented clusters of starry white flowers. We sometimes also have a variegated version. Choose a sunny sheltered position. Fertile well drained soil. To 20 feet. 2 litre deep pot.
An unusual evergreen low climber which simply refuses to stop producing its clear blue 5-petalled starry flowers. The mid-green leaves are also beautiful, being heart-shaped. Best in a pot, as it is wise to bring it inside in winter. Sunny sheltered spot. Fertile well drained soil. To 3 ft.
Possibly the most spectacular of all climbers, unforgettable when seen in full flowering glory in early summer. Takes time but your patience will be rewarded! Double purple flowers in foot-long racemes. Grafted stock so more vigorous and quicker to flower. Fertile well drained soil. 20 feet+ 3 litre deep pot.
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