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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. Abutilon Megapotamicum
    £13.50
    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 are that are unusual and exotic. Learn More
  2. Actinidia kolomikta
    £11.25
    Ornamental Kiwi Fruit. Grown mainly for it's distinctive foliage which has white and pink splashes. Small white flowers. Requires free draining soil. Will fruit if pollinated and grown with Actinidia kolomikta 'Adam'.

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  3. Akebia Quinata
    £11.25
    A climber with bright green leaves and wonderfully fragrant reddish-purple flowers, sometimes followed by purple fruits. Learn More
  4. Ceanothus 'Concha'
    £11.25
    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. 'Concha' is one the best shades of blue, proven by its popularity. Learn More
  5. Ceanothus Puget Blue
    £13.50
    Produces conical, deep blue flower heads, smothering the foliage to create a stunning, hazy effect in mid-spring. Learn More
  6. Coronilla Glauca Citrina
    £13.50
    An abundance of lemon-yellow pea-like flowers are produced in huge abundance and can apparently flower for as much as 6 months Learn More
  7. Hedera Colchica Dentata Variegata
    £13.50
    An impressive ivy, Hedera colchica 'Dentata Variegata', is an evergreen climber with large, bright green and cream variegated leaves. Learn More
  8. Hedera Helix Goldheart
    £11.25
    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. Learn More
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. Hedera hibernica
    £11.25
    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. You can also use this plant for dense ground cover to suppress weed growth. Bees and wildlife find this plants insignificant green flowers irresistible as well as the black berries produced in late summer/autumn.. Learn More
  12. Hydrangea petiolaris
    £13.50
    Self-clinging deciduous climbing Hydrangea. Twisted woody stems produce large bulbous leaf buds in early Spring which then open in to the most vibrant glossy-green foliage. Creamy-white lace-cap flowers are produced from June - August. Autumn foliage has a rich yellow hue. This plant is widely regarded as one of the best plants for light to deep shade and will grow very well on a north facing aspect. Learn More
  13. Jasminum beesianum
    £11.25
    An unusual Jasmine in the fact it has red/pink flowers shaped like a small trumpets with a delicate scent. Very hardy and will grow in any site but will do best in sunny situations. Perfect on arches and pergolas near seating areas to make the most of that gorgeous scent in mid-summer. Semi-evergreen. Learn More
  14. Jasminum nudiflorum
    £11.25
    Winter Jasmine. Clusters of small yellow flowers appear from bare stems in the winter months, giving a delightful bright splash to dull areas. Requires free draining soil. Learn More
  15. Jasminum officinale 'Affine'
    £11.25
    Large-flowered Summer Jasmine. 'Affine' has a relatively large flower compared to most Jasmines. They start off as pink buds opening, pale pink and maturing to an almost white flower, which pack an enormous punch of sweet fragrance. This is further exaggerated on warm summer evenings. For best flowering grow in a sunny site. Perfect on arches, wall and fences. Learn More
  16. Jasminum officinale 'Clotted Cream'
    £11.25
    Clusters of sweetly scented creamy-white flowers. Semi-evergreen in very sheltered situations. Requires free draining soil. Learn More
  17. Jasminum polyanthum
    £11.25
    Jasmine. Clusters of strong & sweetly SCENTED white flowers emerge from pink buds. Semi-evergreen in very sheltered situations. Requires free draining soil. Learn More
  18. Jasminum x stephanense
    £11.25
    A summer scented sensation. Masses of pale pink, sweetly scented star-shaped flowers are produced in mid summer making this a perfect plant for pergolas and arches near seating areas. Plant in a good sunny spot to increase the amount of flowers. Learn More
  19. Lonicera henryi 'Copper Beauty'
    £11.25
    This semi-evergreen climber has dark copper coloured young leaves and scented yellow flowers. Requires free draining soil. Learn More
  20. Lonicera japonica 'Aureoreticulata'
    £11.25
    Variegated Japanese Honeysuckle. This semi-evergreen honeysuckle has very striking green foliage with a yellow vein running through, which in mid summer provides the backdrop to plentiful white fragrant flowers. When these have been pollinated the white flowers turn yellow. Learn More

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