Take your garden to new heights with our diverse range of climbing plants. Use climbers to quickly add depth, texture and height to your garden. These fast-growing plants can reach some unique places!
Climbing plants are a fantastic way to transform your garden quickly. They’re one of the most effective ways to make a garden feel deep and layered, especially when used as a backdrop for other plants. You can also use these to fill up any unused spaces with colour and light.
Climbing plants are unique in their ability to cling to structures and spread fast. Whether you’re growing them on a wall, along a fence or even in a hanging pot, these plants are sure to delight. Beautiful flowering climbers like Wisteria or Clematis are particularly popular!
Climbers are a diverse group of plants, and they’ve evolved many different ways of clinging onto their supports. If you’re excited to grow some climbers in your garden but you’re not sure where to start, you can always ask our friendly gardening experts for some advice.
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Climbing plants are unique in their ability to cling to structures and spread fast. If you’re excited to grow some climbers in your garden, our online store is a great way to start.
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With a bit of love and care, climbers will grow just about anywhere that you plant them. Most climbers are famous for their hardiness, their persistence and their speedy growth. Here are some of the most popular places to grow climbers in your garden:
On a trellis or scaffold. One of the most popular ways to grow climbers is on a wooden or wire trellis. These give the plants plenty of support beams to wrap around. It’s an excellent choice for edible climbers like berries or passionfruit vines
Directly on walls and fences. Some climbers are able to cling directly to flat surfaces like walls or fences. This can look very romantic and is a great way to liven up a space. But be careful with old brick walls – some vines can pull the mortar apart!
Around a large tree. If you’re feeling creative and you’re lucky enough to have a large tree in your yard, try letting your climbers wrap around it for a lush fairytale look. It can help to do a little research first, as some trees and climbers won’t mix well.
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