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In this impressive range of plants and seeds you'll find all manner of climbers from old favourites to more unusual varieties. They're perfect for covering walls, fences and sheds and many of them will fill your garden with a delightful scent.
Campsis x tagliabuana 'Madame Galen' (Large Plant)
Trumpet Vine, Trumpet Creeper
An unusual, fast-growing climber with exotic, trumpet-shaped flowers, which appear during late summer. Campsis × tagliabuana 'Madame Galen' is an impressive climbing plant, which appears tropical, but is actually hardy in the UK and easy to grow.
Campsis is the perfect climber to cover fences and walls, and climbs by aerial roots, and can reach 12m (3.9') tall. Once established, plants will thrive on neglect, so are perfect for lazy gardeners! Campsis can also be grown in large containers on the patio. Height: up to 10m (32'). Spread: 3m (9.8').More info
Parthenocissus quinquefolia (Large Plant)
Vitis quinquefolia, Virginia Creeper
For a quick-growing, care-free plant, look no further than the Virginia Creeper - you can almost see this classic garden climber growing by the day! The attractive foliage, which turns a lustrous crimson shade in autumn, is striking and much admired.
Parthenocissus quinquefolia is ideal for beginners, as plants do not require any special treatment, although they are very quick-growing, so keep plants in check if you want to grow them within a certain space! This colourful deciduous climber is ideal for bringing a bright splash of autumn colour to walls and fences. Height: up to 12m (39'). Spread: 4m (13').More info
Sweet Pea 'Collection'
An outstanding collection of fragrant sweet peas, specially selected for their colour, form and rich perfume. These cottage garden favourites are superb for cutting and the more blooms you cut, the more they will flower! Pop a few stems in a vase to fill a whole room with fragrance. Grow sweet peas against a sunny fence or trained on a free standing obelisk. Height: 180cm (71"). Spread: 30cm (12").
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