New Zealand native climber with apple green leaves and cream/lime star shaped flowers in spring.
Ideally, the Clematis would prefer a spot with partial shade and well drained, moist, soil. They can bloom from late Spring through Summer and Autu … Read More »
Clematis paniculata is a very attractive native clematis with spectacular displays of white flowers in the spring with glossy dark green leaves. Best in deep rich soil with roots in a shady spot. Evergreen and frost hardy, a great option if you are lookin … Read More »
Ficus pimula, commonly known as creeping fig, or climbing fig is both a superb plant to be used as a groundcover or a climber
Ficus pimula originated from East Asia and requires little to no care to establish. When used as a groundcover, the plant … Read More »
A large-leaved form of Creeping Fig, known as Ficus stipulata but really is just an adult foliage form of Ficus pumila. Makes a great looking tough climber when grown up tree trunks or walls etc. Grows quickly to 3m or more if allowed. Hardy, evergreen. … Read More »
A variegated heart-shaped ivy with large, triangular or 3-lobed leaves on reddish stems. The dark leaves are marbled grey and green with wide, creamy-white, irregular margins. At maturity, greenish-white flowers appear in clusters in late summer followed … Read More »
Hydrangea seemanii is a very rare self-clinging, evergreen climber. A great choice to cover a wall, fence, or trellis. Best planted in a part shade position, very easy to grow, and looks GREAT. Smothered in large, flat white flowers over the summer months … Read More »
An evergreen shrub growing to 3 m tall by 1–2 m wide making it ideal as a climber with support or can be grown free standing as a shrub. Bears fragrant, yellow, semi-double flowers from late spring through to autumn. … Read More »
Jasminum polyanthum is a quick growing species of an evergreen, twining climber from China. It produces an abundance of reddish-pink flower buds in late winter and early spring, followed by fragrant, five-petaled, star-like white flowers which are ab … Read More »
Masses of fabulously fragrant, tubular, white flowers that turn deep yellow, and are streaked red outside, smother this honeysuckle in late spring. In hot summers, the flowers may be followed by small, bright red fruits. Deciduous and earlier flowering th … Read More »
A fast growing evergreen climber with glossy dark green foliage and clusters of deep pink trumpet flowers during spring and summer. The perfect climber for covering fences, walls, arches and sheds. Plant in an open sunny position with plenty of space to a … Read More »
Parthenocissus henryana is an outstanding vine with its distinctive leaves. The three to five leaflets are decorated with beautiful silver veins and the deep-burgundy undersides flush with purple. This vine develops a spectacular ric … Read More »
A vigorous, large deciduous climber. Leaves with five ovate leaflets, turning bright red and orange in autumn. For the best autumn colour, site in partial shade or full shade. Flowers inconspicuous; berries blue-black. Not suitable for wooden trellises or … Read More »
Climbs using tendrils with tiny, disc-shaped suckers. The three-lobed leaves turn spectacular shades of red and purple in autumn. Leaves are purple when immature and smaller than Partenocissus tricuspidata. Tiny flowers are greenish-yellow. … Read More »
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