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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.
Mixed Climbers Collection
Lonicera, Honeysuckle, Jasmine, Hedera, IvyThe perfect climbing mix for year round foliage interest and floral scent and colour from spring to autumn. Transform stark walls and fencing with this six plant climber collection, guaranteed to bring colour at height. All varieties can be grow in containers against trellis or obelisks too, offering screening opportunities on patios and balconies. Height and spread up to 7m (18').
Honeysuckle 'Halliana' - a vigorous semi-evergreen variety producing scented cream flowers.
Honeysuckle Japonica repens - a vigorous evergreen form with purplish stems and leaves, producing clusters of strongly fragrant white flowers with a purple tinge on the outside.
Jasmine beesianum - a rare red flowered variety with a semi-evergreen habit.
Jasmine x stephanense 'Pink' - A highly ornamental deciduous form, producing pretty pink fragrant blooms in large clusters through June and July.
Hedera 'Ester' - a slow growing variety that won’t swamp your displays like other large ivy varieties. white and green variegated foliage will shine out from shady corners of the garden.
Hedera 'Golden Child' - Another slow, compact variety ideal for lifting shady areas of the garden. The gold and green foliage seemingly glows out of the gloom. More info
Sweet Pea 'Eleanore Udall'
A pretty new form with graduated pink petals and a heavenly scent ideal for garden display and home-made cut flower bouquets. We’ve developed this strain to help raise funds for our nominated charity of the year in 2016, Thrive.
Thrive is the leading charity that operates in the field of disability and gardening. It uses gardening to bring about positive changes in the lives of people who are living with disabilities or ill health, or are isolated, disadvantaged or vulnerable. This is known as social and therapeutic horticulture (STH). For more information visit www.thrive.org.uk
Sweet Pea ‘Eleanore Udall’ has been named after the wife of the founder of Thrive, Geoffrey Udall, who bequeathed his Beech Hill estate near Reading, Berkshire now home to the charity’s head office and gardens. Height: 1.8m (6’). Spread 30cm (12").
50% of the money generated from each sale of Sweet Pea 'Eleanore Udall' will go to Thrive - our charity of year 2016. To find out more about our relationship with Thrive view our blog here. More info
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