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A twining climber growing from underground tubers, producing masses of fresh green foliage and clusters of small white scented flowers in summer.
A twining climber for a conservatory with pinky-white honey-scented flowers, from late summer-autumn.
Tender evergreen climber with large, scented, trumpet shaped white flowers from late spring-summer. Grow in a large tub in loam based compost in full light and feed monthly in summer.
A vigourous tropical climber from Singapore, noted for its curtains of pink tendrils which hang down from the branches.
An evergreen vine from Central and Southern America, climbing by tendrils to make a large plant with a lush habit of growth.
A pretty evergreen climber with palmate leaves and red stems. Small green flowers in summer, followed by black berries. Hardy in mild gardens.
A scrambling evergreen twining climber from Australia, bearing large bright yellow flowers in summer.
A nicely variegated form of this popular conservatory climber, with pendant umbels of night-scented flowers.
One of the easier Hoyas to grown this makes a scrambling climbing or trailing plant for the house or conservatory. The foliage is glossy with white markings, the scented flowers.
Vigorous clone of this climber with stunning blue Convolvulus-like flowers amidst lovely, soft heart shaped leaves all summer.
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