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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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  1. Akebia Quinata
    £11.25
    A climber with bright green leaves and wonderfully fragrant reddish-purple flowers, sometimes followed by purple fruits. Learn More
  2. Hedera Helix Atropurpurea
    £11.75
    This evergreen ivy comes into it's own during autumn and winter when the glossy leaves turn very dark purple. Ideal for adding some winter interest to your garden. Learn More
  3. Hedera Helix Spetchley
    £11.75
    A very compact evergreen ivy with dark purply-green foliage. Ideal for ground cover. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Learn More
  4. Lonicera japonica 'Repens'
    £11.25
    Japanese Honeysuckle. Glossy semi-evergreen foliage is supported on purple/red stems. Flowers start in bud a deep purple colour and resemble a Jesters hat, opening to red to pink, turning paler until fertilised where they will turn yellow. These attractive flowers have a strong sweet fragrance that pollinators love. Learn More
  5. lonicera periclymenum 'Serotina'
    £11.25
    Richly fragrant tubular flowers are creamy-white inside, with a purple-red outer. A popular honeysuckle blooming in summer and autumn. Learn More
  6. Parthenocissus tricuspidata Beverley Brook
    £11.25
    Vigorous deciduous self clinging climber bearing purple tinted foliage in summer turning to brilliant red in autumn. ideal cover for walls fences and trees Learn More
  7. Wisteria brachybotrys 'Okayama'
    £19.99
    The Silky Wisteria. Plentiful short racemes (flowers) of dark mauve/purple accompany emerging dark bronze foliage relatively early compared to most Wisteria. The flowers are full of sweet scent which attracts bees and other pollinators. The bronze foliage turns a beautiful rich green. Harmful if eaten Learn More

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