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Don showed how classy creeping figs can look when used in a formal garden design. The figs were trained to...
White Potato Creeper
This week’s Plant of the Week is the white potato creeper. A member of the Solanaceae or nightshade family, it...
Don looked at two climbers that will give sunshine in winter and shade in summer, as well as fabulous autumn...
Muehlenbeckia Paula O’Hara planted a climber (Muehlenbeckia complexa) on an ugly, cyclone wire fence. In just 12 months the vine...
Sweet Peas in Pot
Sweet Peas in Pot Don showed how easy it is to pot up some dwarf sweet peas for an impressive...
Orange Trumpet Creeper
There is one climber which, when it flowers, seems to attract more interest than just about any other. It’s commonly...
Wonga-wonga Vine The Wonga-wonga vine, (Pandorea pandorana), is a fast-growing Australian native climbing plant. It can be found in eastern...
The genus Billardiera is named in honour of the French botanist La Billardiere, and includes about twenty species of handsome...
Boston ivy is one of about ten species from North America and Asia belonging to the genus Parthenocissus. It is...
Climbers Climbing plants are excellent for covering or decorating walls, fences, pergolas, arches and arbours. They are also very good...
Grown and admired in China and Japan for over a thousand years, wisteria is one of the great garden plants....
Native Wisteria Japanese or Chinese wisterias are stunningly beautiful plants, but they do have limitations. Some gardeners don’t like the...