The real value of climbing plants is that they provide the best value for the amount of garden they take up. Even in a small garden you can plant a climber that will provide a combination of flowers, foliage, and some even fruit, without sacrificing valuable space.
Used to cover walls, arches, obelisks and trellis, they can also be great for covering up fences, and some can also be allowed to climb through trees and shrubs.
So if you want to give your garden a lift, look for a climber that will suit your garden and your zone.
Types of climbing plants do vary, some are suited to different locations and purposes :
Even when it comes to flowers, some are large, such as the hybrid clematis, while others such as Topaeoleum tricolor are tiny.
Even the way that they climb differs, some are twinning, some have tendrils while others attach themselves to the surface with roots systems or suckering growths
So explore the world of climbing plants.
Climbing Plant Varieties
Top Five Climbing Plants
Here we list some of the best, easiast and the most beautiful climbing plants.
We do know it is not easy, however the waxy bells are beautiful.
Mnay varieties, some hardy, most with very attractive flowers some as big as dinner plates.
Masses of flowers, fragrant and suits many gardens
- Chinese Star Jasmine
Not really a Jasmine at all, however Trachelospermum jasminoides is evergreen, long flowering, fragrant and it gets into our list becuase it is so easy as well.
- Tropaeolum tricolor
It flowers in the colder months and is about as colorful as you can get. Small growing it is well suited to containers, or even a hanging basket.