Companion Climbers

These are our favourite climbers that make wonderful companions to your clematis.

Why not try growing Lonicera periclymenum 'Serotina' with a lovely pale blue clematis like Blekitny Aniol (BLUE ANGEL)?

There is a wide variety here to choose from and we hope that you find something of interest and use in your garden.

Clematis are natural companion plants and will thrive growing through many of these as their host.

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Abutilon Megapotamicum

Trailing Abutilon - With pendulous, bell-like flowers with a deep red calyx and neat yellow petals throughout the summer, this Abutilon megapotamicum will give you a rewarding display. Lovely slender stems carry red and yellow flowers that are unusual and exotic.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
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Actinidia kolomikta

Known as the Ornamental Kiwi Fruit and grown mainly for it's distinctive foliage which has distinctive white and pink splashes, Actinidia kolomikta also has small white flowers which are produced in around April and May.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
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Akebia Quinata
Akebia Quinata

Akebia Quinta often known as the Chocolate Vine is a superb climber with bright green leaves and wonderfully fragrant reddish-purple flowers in spring, sometimes followed by purple fruits.

£21.00
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Ceanothus Concha

Californian lilac. The dense, evergreen plant you see in late April/May full of rich blue spherical flowers. Classed as a wall-shrub, these plants give you excellent value for money. Easy to grow, light shade or full sun in all but waterlogged soil.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
Ceanothus Puget Blue

Produces conical, deep blue flower heads, smothering the foliage to create a stunning, hazy effect in mid-spring. This spreading, evergreen shrub is an arresting sight, smothered in dense clusters of dark blue flowers.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
Ceanothus Skylark
Ceanothus Skylark

Californian lilac. The dense, evergreen plant you see in late April/May full of mid to rich blue spherical flowers. Classed as a wall-shrub, these plants give you excellent value for money. Easy to grow, light shade or full sun in all but waterlogged soil.

£18.00
Coronilla valentina subsp. glauca Citrina

Coronilla valentina subsp. glauca 'Citrina' provides the gardener with an abundance of lemon-yellow pea-like flowers that are produced in

£18.00
Fallopia baldschuanica (Russian Vine)

Fallopia baldschuanica is a fast growing Russian vine with tiny pale pink tinted white flowers which are produced in large panicles and bloom for most of the summer.
Want something covered fast? This is your plant!!

£18.00
Hedera algeriensis Gloire De Marengo

The canary island ivy is a fast growing evergreen climber bearing large leaves of dark green with white margins. A profuse climber that provides excellent coverage for anyone requiring privacy in their garden.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
Hedera colchica Dentata

Dentata' is a very vigorous, self-clinging evergreen climber with drooping ovate rich green leaves to 25cm in length, sometimes slightly

£18.00
Hedera colchica Dentata Variegata

An impressive ivy, hedera colchica Dentata Variegata, is an evergreen climber with large, bright green and cream variegated leaves. A great

£18.00
Hedera helix Atropurpurea

This evergreen ivy comes into it's own during autumn and winter when the glossy leaves turn very dark purple. The leaf is finer and more intricate than other hedera making it more interesting to have near a seating area or somewhere you might be able to study it in early morning light. It is also ideal for adding some winter interest to your garden.

£18.00
Hedera helix Clotted Cream

'Clotted Cream' is a shrubby climber up to 1m high with five-lobed leaves, 5-6 cm across, which are dark green and pale grey-green variegated with cream; the young leaves emerge fairly flat in spring, but then become more waved with strongly frilled margins.

£18.00
Hedera helix Goldchild

hedera helix Goldchild is a small to medium-sized evergreen climber with light green young leaves that have broad with bright yellow margins. The older leaves are grey-green with pale yellow margins. Ideal for ground cover.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
Hedera helix Goldheart

This extremely decorative, self-clinging evergreen climber, Hedera helix Goldheart, produces dark green leaves with generous splashes of gold over the centre. This ivy is excellent for growing over walls, fences and unsightly areas that need disguising or hiding.

£18.00
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Hedera helix Green Ripple

This evergreen ivy has a finely cut deep green leaf that provides wonderful year round coverage. A strong climber it can be used to cover fences and walls, or if required can make a superb ground cover as well.

£18.00
Hedera helix Needlepoint

Hedera helix Needlepoint is a very pretty little ivy with a luxuriant glossy leaf with five points, the centre one of which, is particularly long and gives the plant its distinctive appearance and name.

£18.00
Hedera hibernica

The Irish Ivy or sometimes know as the Atlantic Ivy, has glossy green leaves which provide a dense covering plant, very useful to hide structure/walls and sheds. Grows as well in shade as it does the sun. 

£18.00
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Humulus lupulus Aureus

Also known as the Golden Hop, humulus lupulus Aureus has possibly the most attractive and poetic name in my collection! This herbaceous climber is a strong growing plant with rough stems and large greeny-yellow leaves. Greenish fragrant flowers come in late summer followed by attractive clusters of hops which are beautifully ornamental.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
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Hydrangea anomala subsp. Petiolaris

Hydrangea petiolaris is a beautiful, self-clinging and climbing Hydrangea that produces a mass of large, white flower heads in the summer. This would make an excellent choice for growing against a sunny wall and will suit both older properties with traditional garden planting and more modern houses and does fit especially well where a contrast in dark cladding and pale planting is required.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£24.00
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Hydrangea seemannii

Hydrangea seemannii is an elegant, self-clinging, climbing Hydrangea that produces a mass of large, greenish-white flowers surrounded by white bracts. With its large leathery leaves it makes an excellent privacy plant and would make an great choice for growing against a sunny wall or fence.

£30.00
Jasminum beesianum

This strong-growing, twining climber, Jasminum beesianum produces clusters of sweetly scented deep pink flowers that are followed by small black berries. Although deciduous, it can be semi-evergreen in sheltered situations, and it requires free draining soil.

£18.00
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Jasminum humile Revolutum

Jasminum humile 'Revolutum' is a semi-evergreen shrub with scented, bright yellow flowers in clusters during late spring and early summer. It will keep it's leaves in milder regions where winter temperatures do not get so cold.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
Jasminum nudiflorum

My Winter Jasmine, jasminum nudiflorum looks a picture growing on my vintage tin workshop walls. Clusters of small yellow flowers appear from bare stems in the winter months, giving a delightful bright splash to dull areas and contrasts brilliantly with the dark green painted tin.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
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