Shady Climber

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Lonicera periclymenum

…reserve a spot for Lonicera pericylmenum, our native honeysuckle. A natural inhabitant of woodlands and hedgerows, it suits just the sort of shady, rooty corner amongst shrubs which you’re not sure what to do with. It’s a hugely valuable plant for a host of…  More Info

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Clematis 'Hagley Hybrid'

…The flowers appear in July and this climber continues to delight with more blooms through to September. An excellent hardy perennial for the beginner or for experienced Clematis growers, this compact climber can cope with almost any garden situation including shady…  More Info

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Hedera helix 'Green Ripple'

This large-leaved Ivy is the perfect way to cover a shady north facing wall. The dark green foliage is glossy with contrasting, pale veins. During the winter months, the leaves often take on an attractive purple tint. This vigorous evergreen climber is self supporting, using…  More Info

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Gynostemma pentaphyllum

Also known as Sweet Tea Vine or Jiaogulan, this vigorous climber originates from the forests of China where it is used as a medicinal herb. In the UK it makes a fantastic vigorous ground cover plant or quick climber for a shady corner, where it produces lots of palmate…  More Info

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Sandersonia aurantiaca

…informal, plants that can?t make up their mind if they are climbers or not! As flower stems develop, occasional tendrils are produced to hold them upright. Preferring cool conditions in summer, the hanging golden lanterns will brighten up shady corners where others…  More Info

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