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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

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Senecio macroglossus

Senecio macroglossus

Cape Ivy

Succulent climber or trailer with fleshy, deep-green, Ivy-like leaves. Grown mainly as a foliage plant, but does occasionally produce large pale yellow daisies.

£6.50
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Senecio macroglossus 'Variegatus'

Senecio macroglossus 'Variegatus'

Cape Ivy

Succulent climber or trailer with variegated, Ivy-like leaves. Sometimes produces large pale yellow daisies in summer.

£6.50
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Tecoma capensis 'Lutea'

Cape Honeysuckle

Scrambling climber from South Africa with yellow flowers mid-late summer. Frost tender. Ideal for growing up a conservatory wall

£6.50
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Tetrastigma  voinierianum

Tetrastigma voinierianum

Chestnut Vine, Lizard Vine

Vigorous evergreen climber with large dark green toothed leaves and umbels of yellow flowers in summer on mature plants followed by small berries. Prune in late spring.

£12.50
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Tweedia caerulea

Tweedia caerulea

Southern Star, Blue Flowered Milkweed

Semi shrubby climber bearing clusters of beautiful pale turquoise blue star-shaped flowers in summer; best in a sunny conservatory, or outside in the mildest frost free localities.

£7.50
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Vigna caracalla

Vigna caracalla

Snail Vine/ Corkscrew Vine This is such a weird and wonderful climber we just had to grow it! The corkscrew shaped flowers are highly fragrant and transit through purple-lilac to cream, turning yellow with age. It originates from central and south America where the fragrant flowers attract ants for pollination. Suitable for growing in a big pot on a summer patio or humid conservatory£7.50
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