These evergreen climbers clothe walls, fences, pergolas and free-standing supports to bring a whole new dimension to the garden
Cross Vine. Evergreen tendril climber.In summer funnel shaped reddish orange flowers appear in clusters in the leaf axils. Pea pod shaped fruits are produced in the autumn. Frost hardy in cool areas may lose its leaves in winter. Needs sun and fertile soil to flower well.
Evergreen twining climber with pretty bell-shaped pale pink flowers.
An evergreen twining climber with pretty bell-shaped white flowers.2-3 ltrpot 80cms
A twining climber with glossy dark green leaves. Fragrant, creamy white flowers from mid to late summer. Evergreen. Frost hardy.
Evergreen, woody stemmed climber with lovely variagated leaves. Produces beautiful pink deep throated flowers from late winter to summer. 2-3ltr pot
Climber with wavy, lance-shaped leaves, felted beneath. Bell-shaped, fragrant, white or pale pink flowers. Flowers for most of the summer semi-evergreen. Min temp -5C. Sheltered Site.
Lobster Claw. An evergreen shrub with climbing stems and dark green leaves. bears lobster claw-like red flowers in pendent racemes. Flowers from March to June.
A vigorous, semi-evergreen climbing shrub producing numerous clusters of distinctive purple-blue flowers throughout summer.
Wonga Wonga Vine. A fast growing evergreen, woody stemmed, twining climber. Cream-yellow flowers which are streaked and often red, brown or purple that are borne in clusters in the summer. Height 6m or more. Tolerant of some frosts. 2ltr litre pot.
Evergreen, woody-stemmed, twining climber, with leaves of 5-9 leaflets. Has clusters of funnel-shaped, pink flowers which are spotted purple in the throat from late winter to summer. Best grown against a warm wall. 1-2ltr pot.
A twining evergreen climber with glossy dark green leaves that turn bronze-red in winter. Pure white fragrant flowres are produced from mid-late summer. Frost hardy.
An evergreen climber with decorative variegate foliage. In summer pretty white scented flowers are displayed.