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Home > Exotics > Indoor Climbing Plants
Climbing plants are an excellent choice for growing indoors, as they give a lot of cover for a small amount of floor space. They very often make effective trailing plants too
A tender climber with beautiful large, funnel-shaped white flowers which are very sweetly scented at night. Can be grown up an obelisk in a large pot either as a summer patio or conservatory specimen. Keep above 10C.
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.
Tender, evergreen Jasmine with sweetly scented white flowers March to December.
Jasminum grandiflorum 'De Grasse'
Large white sweetly-scented flowers from summer- autumn or even into early winter if mild enough.
A frost-tender evergreen scrambling climber with small, lightly scented yellow flowers during summer.
Jasminum sambac 'Maid of Orleans'
Tender Jasmine which makes a superb climber for the conservatory with large rounded leaves on stiff, arching stems and sweetly scented single white flowers all summer.
An unusual climbing succulent from Madagascar with long purple-tinted leaves. Needs tying into a support of some sort and would be an interesting plant to train against a conservatory or sunny internal wall
Lophospermum 'Wine Red'
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
This half hardy, semi trailing evergreen shrub comes from the temperate rain forests of Chile. In late spring and early summer it produces long orange-red tubular flowers. It can be grown outdoors in a very sheltered location, ideally against a warm wall. Needs acidic soil. Min. -5C
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