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Bluebell Creeper

Now here?s something a little different for your garden! Sollya heterophylla is better known as the Bluebell Creeper. Its twining stems are cloaked in evergreen foliage that makes a splendid backdrop for its nodding sky blue flowers throughout summer. This half-hardy climber is…  More Info

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Sollya heterophylla 'Ultra Blue'

…climber flowers profusely from early summer to September; it?s nodding blooms standing out against the narrow, evergreen foliage. Bluebell Creepers are half hardy climbers, best grown in a patio container that can be moved to a frost free position during the cold winter…  More Info

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Parthenocissus quinquefolia

…with palmate leaves consisting of five leaflets. Valued for it's ability to quickly smother walls and fences with dense foliage, the Virginia Creeper is renowned for its intensely vibrant autumn colour. As the weather cools in autumn, every leaf glows rich crimson and orange…  More Info

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Campsis Duo

Trumpet Vines aren?t particularly known for their compact growth, but recent breeding has changed all that. Our Campsis Duo combines two carefully bred varieties which reach just 1.5m (5?) tall, making them much more manageable than most of their predecessors. Their exotic, trumpet-shaped…  More Info

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Campsis x tagliabuana 'Indian Summer'

The trumpet vine or trumpet creeper Campsis x tagliabuana 'Indian Summer' might look exotic and tropical, but is incredibly easy to grow, simply needing a south-facing wall to climb, or a sheltered pergola to creep over - or why not try growing it in our unique Tower Pot? for a…  More Info

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Parthenocissus quinquefolia

…with palmate leaves consisting of five leaflets. Valued for it's ability to quickly smother walls and fences with dense foliage, the Virginia Creeper is renowned for its intensely vibrant autumn colour. As the weather cools in autumn, every leaf glows rich crimson and orange…  More Info

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Campsis x tagliabuana 'Trumpet Fire'

Campsis tagliabuana ? Trumpet Fire? is a showy climber. It is a hardy climber which will look stunning in a sheltered position. It adds a tropical feel to the garden. Red-orange trumpet shaped flowers look great as they appear as clusters on the climbing stems. Height & Spread: 1.5m (5').…  More Info

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Campsis x tagliabuana 'Madame Galen'

Campsis x tagliabuana 'Madame Galen' is a remarkable, fast-growing climber, producing striking trumpet-shaped flowers during late summer. This plant may appear tropical but it is actually hardy in the UK and easy to grow. Trumpet Vine is an impressive climbing plant and once established,…  More Info

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Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald 'n' Gold'

…months. With a naturally spreading habit this dwarf evergreen shrub is ideal for borders, groundcover, low hedging and patio containers. Tolerating drought, heavy clay soils, sun or shade it's no wonder this reliable Winter Creeper has been awarded an RHS AGM! Height: 60cm …  More Info

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Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety'

…'Emerald Gaiety' can even be trained to climb a wall or fence. Thriving in almost any position, including difficult clay soils, and shade, this tough winter creeper will even tolerate drought once established making it an invaluable addition to the garden. Height: 1m (3?).…  More Info

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Tropaeolum peregrinum

Pretty climber with lots of yellow flowers in summer, soon covers fences etc. if given some strings to cling to. Nice for the greenhouse too. Flowers summer. Climber  More Info

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