These evergreen climbers clothe walls, fences, pergolas and free-standing supports to bring a whole new dimension to the garden
This is a vigorous evergreen climber with purple divided leaves. From late winter-spring it bears panicles of rosy pink fragrant flowers which emerge from dark pink buds. It needs a warm sheltered position or can be grown as a houseplant or conservatory plant in colder areas. Best in sun or light shade.
An evergreen twining climber with bright green leaves. Clusters of orange flowerheads from late spring to winter. Height 2-5m. Flower colour orange. Evergreen. Half hardy.
White Lobster Claw'. This is a truly spectacular evergreen shrub. It has lovely apple green leaves which contrast so well with the beautiful pure white flowers. These are of unique appearance in curious distinctive clusters in late spring. It needs a warm sheltered spot but is well worth looking after.
Muehlenbeckia complexa is a deciduous creeping shrub, or twining climber, which has greenish white flowers in the summer, followed by fleshy white fruit. This particular variety is useful for ground cover. Frost hardy.
Semi evergreen climbing shrub with gold marginated leaves that flush pink in late summer. Flowers are white and are produced freely in clusters in summer.
A vigorous evergreen climber with trailing or twining reddish brown stems and glossy rich green leaves. Bright yellow flowers mainly in summer. Height 3-6m.Half hardy
A woody, evergreen climber. clinging by aerial roots with mid green leaves and greenish white domed flower heads surrounded by white flowers in summer.