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Other Climbers

These are our favourite climbers that make wonderful companions to your clematis.
Why not try growing Lonicera periclymenum 'Chojnów' FRAGRANT CLOUD 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. Actinidia arguta VITIKIWI®
    £15.00
    Fantastic fruits from an attractive hardy, prolific kiwi cultivar that sets fruit without pollination. The flowers are creamy-white, set in threes at each internode and have black anthers. The plant starts bearing fruit in the 1st-2nd year after planting. Learn More
  2. Lonicera henryi Copper Beauty
    £11.25

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    This semi-evergreen climber has dark copper coloured young leaves and scented yellow flowers. Requires free draining soil. Learn More

  3. Lonicera periclymenum Belgica
    £11.25
    Early Dutch Honeysuckle. The scented purply-red flowers open to reveal creamy-yellow `throats`. A classic cottage garden plant. Requires free draining soil. Learn More
  4. Lonicera periclymenum Heaven Scent
    £11.25
    The scented creamy-yellow flowers mature to white. Requires free draining soil. Learn More
  5. Lonicera x heckrottii Gold Flame
    £11.25
    The scented pink flowers have peachy-orange `throats`. Requires free draining soil. Learn More
  6. Five Flavour Berry Image courtesy of Szczepan Marczynski
    £13.50
    A Ukrainian, plant abundant in fruit, in China called wu-wei-zi, which means five flavour berry. This is a magnificent climbing plant, particularly useful for planting along fences and building walls, but can also be trained over arbours, pergolas and other supports. It bears fruit in the 4th-6th year after planting is frost hardy and requires rich soil, wet but not boggy. Learn More
  7. Schisandra rubriflora Image courtesy of Szczepan Marczynski
    £13.50
    The most ornamental of all Magnolia Vines with deep red, flowers in April-May, borne singley on long stalks in the leaf axils. Flowers are most often bisexual and start as pea-sized, deep red berries gathered in nodding spikes. Learn More
  8. Schizophragma hydrangeoides BURST OF LIGHT®
    £15.00

    As featured by the RHS magazine The Garden. A plant of beautiful, large, white-green variegated leaves and creamy white flowers gathered in corymbs. Recommended for shaded or semi-shaded sites, along walls and under trees, suitable also as a ground cover. Perfect for bringing light to darker areas of the garden.

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