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  • Most gardeners, including myself, are surprised by the diversity of the Wisteria varieties. Wisteria is the generic and common name for several species of woody climbing plants from the pea family (Fabaceae). Wisteria comprises around ten different species.

  • The clematis is a popular plant. And it is easy to see why. Once you have discovered the elegant charms of this abundantly flowering, vigorous climber, you too will be clematis crazy.

  • Climbing plants, climbing roses, climbing fruit bushes, climbing shrubs – there is so much choice if you want to liven up a wall, fence or pergola. This forms an attractive feature in a large garden, but it is an excellent option for small gardens too.

  • Honeysuckle (Lonicera) is a climbing shrub – more accurately a family of climbing shrubs – that is found in Europe, China, Asia and the United States, so it is very widespread. This climber is not self-clinging and has to wind itself around trees and shrubs, so it does not mind the shade.

  • Climbers seem to become more popular year by year. Although, in view of our smaller gardens this is, perhaps, hardly surprising. 'Vertical' gardening with climbers does not need a lot of space, and at the same time it can give a wonderful illusion of spaciousness.

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