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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. 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
  2. Parthenocissus tricuspidata himalayan purpurea
    £11.25
    The Boston ivy. a deciduous woody climber bears leaves which are tinted purple when young, turning rich red in autumn. Self-clinging Learn More
  3. Passiflora 'Constance Elliott'
    £11.25
    A vigorous exotic looking climbing passion flower with fragrant white flowers in summer. It has pure white filaments in the centre of the flower, followed by egg-shaped, orange-yellow fruit. Learn More
  4. Passiflora caerulea
    £11.25
    Common Passion Flower. Semi-evergreen climber with beautifully intricate white flowers, sometimes flushed pink, with a central purply-blue crown. Requires free draining soil. Learn More
  5. Solanum crispum Glasnevin
    £12.50
    Potato Vine or Chilean Potato Tree. Semi-evergreen climbing shrub producing numerous clusters of mauve-blue `potato` flowers. Requires free draining soil. Learn More
  6. Sollya heterophylla
    £11.25
    The Bluebell Creeper. Semi-evergreen foliage is covered in small pale blue bell shaped flowers from June-August. Prefers a well drained site and some protection from cold winds. Makes an excellent plant grown in a good sized container, using an obelisk as support. Under-plant with trailing Lobelia, blue to match or white as a contrast. RHS award of merit. Look out for the pink and white forms of Sollya. Learn More
  7. Sollya heterophylla 'Pink Charmer'
    £11.25
    The pink bell creeper. Pale pink bell shaped flowers adorn the semi-evergreen foliage from June to August. Makes an excellent container plant, requires a sheltered position out of cold winds. Also makes a very good conservatory plant. Learn More
  8. Trachelospermum jasminoides
    £13.50
    An abundance of very dainty white star shaped flowers come out in around July, August and continue into early September and they have a strong sweet fragrance to fill your garden with scent. Learn More
  9. 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
  10. Wisteria brachybotrys f. albiflora 'Shiro Kapitan'
    £19.99
    The Silky Wisteria. A fabulous early flowering creamy/white, sweet scented variety, with flowers of approx. 10-20cm long. For best results plant in full sun. Harmful if eaten Learn More
  11. Wisteria floribunda 'Harlequin'
    £19.99
    Japanese Wisteria. A vigorous climbing plant with long mauve fragrant flowers 20-40cm long. Plant in full sun for best results. Harmful if eaten. Learn More
  12. Wisteria floribunda 'Shiro-noda'
    £19.99
    A superb variety of Japanese wisteria boasting one of the longest racemes (flowers) of any of the white flowering forms, 60cm long.. Later to flower than most, with a heavy scent. A very proven plant having been grown for hundreds of years in Japan. Harmful if eaten Learn More
  13. Wistera floribunda Russelliana
    £19.99
    Japanese Wisteria. A vigorous climbing plant that have lovely purplish/blue/white flowers with a yellow centre. For best results plant in full sun. Harmful if eaten. Learn More
  14. Wisteria sinensis
    £19.99
    Chinese Wisteria. One of the most popular wisteria planted due to its reliability to flower.These are purplish blue with a hint of white and very fragrant. Racemes (flowers) are 20 to 40cm long. Flowers appear in late April/May. Full sun for best results. Harmful if eaten Learn More
  15. Wisteria sinensis 'Blue Sapphire'
    £19.99
    Chinese Wisteria. A vigorous climbing plant that has Blue/white flowers, scented and of good length. For best results plant in a full sun situation. Harmful if eaten. Learn More
  16. Wisteria sinensis 'Caroline'
    £19.99
    Chinese Wisteria. A very free-flowering variety of purplish/blue flowers. Vigorous growth which will cover a large space. Harmful if eaten Learn More

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