Roses and Climbing Plants

Roses and Climbing plants

Roses and climbing plants are long-lived and provide the garden with many beautiful flowers for years to come. They can be grown in containers, on the border, and up fences.

Roses

Roses are easier to grow than you might think. With a little care they can you so much joy. Roses come in many forms. Patio rose, Climbing rose, carpeting rose and much more. Roses and Climbing plants always look amazing together.

 

Roses and climbers
Roses and climbing plants

David Austin Roses

David Austin is our favourite grower of roses, with 60 years of dedication to breeding of gorgeous roses with disease resistance and high scent. Roald Dahl, The Generous Gardener, Claire Austin, Dame Judi Dench, Bathsheba, and The Pilgrim are just a few in our range.

David Austin roses start at £33 each but we also stock a good selection of other roses to suit all budgets.

Climbing plants

Climbing roses and climbing plants are ideal for hiding unsightly walls and fences. Some varieties can also be grown up arches, obelisques or in containers.

roses and climbing plants
roses and climbing plants

Clematis

We stock over 30 different varieties of clematis in our climbing plant section. There is most definitely a clematis for everyone and most growing situations.  Raymond Evison clematis are dwarf climbers and are ideal for growing in patio pots or up a small obelisk in the middle of the border. Clematis montanas have small but numerous blooms and can grow to over 15ft tall making them ideal for cover walls and fence pannels. Clematis ‘Armandii’ are evergreen and slender growing which makes them perfect for growing up and around the front door.

 

Climbing plants
Winter Jasmine

Jasmine

Evergreen, deciduous, pink, white, and even yellow. Jasmines are very versatile. Jasmines are particularly popular for adding a sweet smell to the garden. Trachelospermum Jasminoides is one of the most popular of the Jasmine types that we stock and for good reason. Trachelospermums are evergreen climbers that have sweet-scented blossoms in the summer and glossy green leaves turn flame-red in the autumn. They are low maintenance and drought tolerant.

 

honeysuckle climbing plants
Honeysuckle berries

Honeysuckle

Lonicera also known as Honeysuckle is a beautifully scented climber which is ideal for climbing up a trellis against walls, fences, and sheds. Sweetly scented, these climbers are fantastic for attracting pollinating wildlife to the garden. Ruby red berries appear after the flowers which are popular with black birds. They work perfectly in a cottage garden design but can equally fit well into a tropical garden scheme. They thrive in full sun and part shade.

 

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Visit the RHS for more info on growing climbers https://www.rhs.org.uk/plants/types/climbers