Climbing Plants

Cover unsightly walls, fences, garages and structure in your garden, or use to add a different dimension to floral displays - however you intend to use them, climbing plants provide flower, fragrance and foliage interest that will bring your garden to life as they weave and wander.
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Fragrant Clematis 'Kimiko'
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Climbing plants are perfect for covering walls, fences and other eyesores in the garden in no time with their beautiful cascading blooms. They can blur boundaries and really bring alive the 'secret garden' fantasy. Imagine wondering beneath the lilac droplets of a Wisteria, tumbling through a trellis, or hiding behind a screening of crisp white Clematis petals. Climbers really are the plant of dreams!

There are fragrant varieties, such as the "Star Jasmine" and there are repeat flowering species like the Clematis "Guernsey Cream". We also have collections that have been specially put together by us at Garden Bargains to give you a complete package of complimentary climbers and don't worry, they won't take over your garden - just prune back if necessary and remember you can refer to our plant guides or give us a call on 0844 6 569 569 if you need some advice.

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