The stunning & rare 'pink Japanese hydrangea vine'. A delightful deciduous climber which clings by aerial roots. It has dark green heart shaped leaves on red petioles. In summer it has creamy white lacecap flowers surrounded by pink teardrop florets, quite breathtaking. Happy in most soils in sun or shade.
Small Leaved Virginia Creeper. Great for large gardens. A wonderful way to cover a building. Three-lobed, glossy bright green leaves that have a purple tint in spring, before turning spectacular shades of crimson and scarlet in the autumn.
An impressive evergreen which is tolerant of poor conditions. Not only does it have great looking glossy leaves but also has fantastic creamy white panicles of flowers in late summer & autumn. These beautiful flowers are attractive to bees and are deliciously scented especially in the evening.
A semi-evergreen climber. Attractive dark green leaves above blue-green beneath, purple tinged in winter. Spicely fragrant racemes of chocolate-purple flowers, followed by fruit.
This hardy semi-evergreen climber will rapidly grow through trellis or up trees to give a magnificent sight of cream flowers with maroon centres in spring. These are vanilla scented, more so than A.quinata. These may then be followed by large purple sausage like edible fruits! Happy in most soils & aspects
Fallopia multiflora hypoleuca is a semi-evergreen climber with a vigorous habit. Foliage is dark-green, elongated heart-shaped, tinged red when young and providing good autumn colouring. Produces clusters of pink or white flowers from about July to late autumn.
Virginia Creeper. A deciduous self supporting climber producing a spectacular display of brilliant foliage in the autumn. Ideal for growing on walls or trees.
Vigorous hardy climber, excellent for north facing walls, bearing numerous heads of creamy-white flowers in early summer. Deciduous.