Climbing or creeping plant with 5 leaflet foliage, blue-green. Chocolat purple clusters of fragrant flowers (2-5 flowers per cluster). Fruits in September-October; violet purple; edible. Plant in an area sheltered from winter’s winds. Used on trellis, fences, pergolas. Trim to maintain a dense foliage.
Nice climbing plant, not very well known with blue green foliage that stays very late in fall. Cute fragrant bell shaped flowers, silvery white, followed by edible fruits. Adapts to all soils but prefers fresh, fertile soils with good drainage. In order to have fruits, you must plant 2 different varieties.
This climbing vine features young variegated leaves with pink, green and white tints on pink stems. Spectacular small lilac-blue to vivid blue berries in fall. Plant in an area sheltered from cold winter winds. Choose an area where roots will be restricted, for under these conditions fruiting is optimized.
Climbing vine, very fast growing with a dense foliage. Large dark green foliage, heartshaped, 10-30cm long and almost as wide. Green-yellow flowers in May-June, in the shape of a pipe. For trellises, pergolas, archways, posts. It will cover its supporting structure in a single season. No winter protection needed.
This cultivar bears dark red buds opening to orange-red, trumpet-like flowers which mature to an incredibly bold red. Tubular flowers (7-10cm long) attract butterflies. Blooms on currant year's growths. Prune in spring. Clings with root-like holdfasts or simply by entwinning itself. Use on trellis, pergolas, posts or to cover rocks.
Climbing or creeping vine; very fast growing. Dark, lustrous green foliage, turning yellow-green in fall. Trumpet-shaped flowers, orange to scarlet, from July to September, that attract hummingbirds. Blooms on currant year's growth. Clings with root-like holdfasts or simply by entwinning itself.
From July to September, it offers beautiful bunches composed of 8 to 12 flowers; these are trumpet-shaped, 7 to 8 cm in length. The effect "splash" is particularly attractive: on the same flower, the colors orange and bright red splash each other! It is a climber who attaches himself to the walls, thanks to his crampons. Use also on trellises, poles, pergolas.
Delicious, almond-scented, whitish-pink, early spring flowers and mid-green leaves, emerging bronze-tinged. This vigorous, For maximum enjoyment of the sweetly scented flowers plant next to a house entrance or well worn path, allowing plenty of space for the plant to grow.
This large-flowered variety features rosy pink flowers (20cm in diameter) with white central bars and yellow stamens. When planting, make sure to bury up the first buds. In spring, dead and weak shoots should be removed and the remaining shoots cut back few inches above a couple of well-developed buds. Amend every year with a clematis or vine fertiliser. Lay down mulch during season. Use on trellises, arbors, fences, posts or as a ground cover.