Need help covering a wall? Climbing plants are ideal for this purpose as they use any natural or man-made structure for support as they grow. These hardy plants don't need much maintenance and commonly come with beautiful flowers to add an extra dimension to your outdoor space.
Whilst these are usually bought to serve a purpose, you can get a little more indulgent in other areas of your garden. Roses quickly upscale a garden by adding a premium feel with beautiful colours and delicate or attractive scents to boot. If you are looking to transform your property then climbing plants and roses are sure to be high on your list, along with architectural plants that make a real statement.
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Varying coloured clematis type flowers, often boldly marked.
The leaves form dense clumps. Care instructions: After foliage has died back in Autumn cut back to just above the water surface. If trimming left until spring take care not to damage ...
The purple drum stick shaped flowers have small
yellow centres. It likes damp soil. Care instructions: Trim back dead foliage in Autumn. Perennial: Dies back in winter and regrows in spring Planting position: Needs sun part of the day Rate ...
This attractive spring bulb has attractive checker board
drooping purple or white flowers. Easily grown provided the soil does not become too dry. Care instructions: Trim back dead foliage in Autumn. Perennial: Dies back in winter and regrows in spring ...