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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.
Vigorous evergreen climber for a conservatory with spiny stems clothed with large flat leaves.
Once popular as a houseplant, this scrambling climber or trailer makes a mass of very fine foliage for a sunny position indoors, or in a frost-free greenhouse or conservatory.
A tender evergreen climber with palmate leaves and red stems. Small green flowers in summer are followed by ornamental black berries. Ideal for covering a wall in a conservatory or lean-to greenhouse. Can also be used as a trailing houseplant if kept in a small pot
A scrambling evergreen climber from Australia, bearing large yellow flowers in summer. Hardy in sheltered coastal gardens, reputedly to minus 2C. Otherwise grow against a wall in a cool conservatory.
Vigorous climber with stunning blue Convolvulus-like flowers amidst lovely, soft heart shaped leaves all summer. Tender but can be grown outside in a big pot between June and September
Tender evergreen climber from South Africa with very sweetly scented white flowers from summer to autumn. This is not hardy although it can happily be grown in a pot and put outsside for the summer.
A frost-tender climber or trailing plant with lovely deep wine-red, trumpet-shaped flowers in summer. Can be used in hanging baskets or trained up a short obelisk
Lovely twining, evergreen climber with large, deep red trumpet-shaped flowers from summer- autumn. Very tender needs a heated conservatory in winter
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