Climbing plants are fantastic for brightening up bare walls and fences, screening unsightly areas and growing up obelisks to add height to borders. From showy Clematis flowers to the small and exquisite, these climbing plants will look delightful scrambling over trellis, obelisks and pergolas in borders and patio containers. We have lots of evergreen varieties in our value-for-money range lending winter interest to the garden too. For help and inspiration take a look at our Vertical Gardening guide. For help growing Clematis take a look at our How to grow Clematis guide.
Clematis urophylla 'Winter Beauty'
(Clematis anshunensis, Clematis clarkeana, Old Man's Beard)Evergreen and winter flowering; Clematis Winter Beauty is a must have climber for covering sheltered walls and fences, or a cool conservatory. This stunning clematis bears waxy bell shaped, creamy-white flowers from December to February that fade to pure white as winter passes and sparkle against the lush green foliage until spring. This beautiful variety is easy to maintain as it requires virtually no pruning. Height: 4m (13'). Spread: 1.2m (4'). Supplied in 7cm pots.
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Clematis cirrhosa 'Jingle Bells'
Old Man's BeardSweetly scented bell-shaped flowers appear in the winter when few other plants are in bloom. The blooms are followed by attractive seedheads which contrast nicely with the evergreen foliage. Clematis 'Jingle Bells' requires only minimal pruning and makes an excellent specimen for containers and borders. Height: 3m. Spread: 1.5m. Pruning group: 1. More info