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Latin name Common name Type Description Cultivation Hedging
Antigonon leptopus Coral Vine climber 20ft (6m). Evergreen. Tendrils. Crinkled, pale leaves. Pink, red or white flowers in summer. Frost tender, 15C. Sun and fertile soil. No
Bignonia jasminoides climber See Pandorea jasminoides. No
Billardiera longiflora Climbing Blueberry climber 10ft (3m). Twining. Narrow leaves. Pendent cream flowers in summer, followed by purplish blue, edible berries. Half hardy, 0C. Partial shade in sheltered position. No
Bougainvillea glabra climber 15ft (5m). Evergreen. Scrambler. Oval leaves. Clusters of tiny white flowers, surrounded by purplish bracts, in August and September. Frost tender, 10C. Sun. No
Eccremocarpus scaber Chilean Glory flower, Glory Vine climber 10ft (3m). Evergreen. Tendrils. Clusters of small, orange-red flowers, then pods of winged fruit. Half hardy, 0C. Sometimes grown as annual. No
Ercilla spicata climber See Ercilla volubilis No
Ercilla volubilisis climber 30ft (10m). Evergreen. Heart-shaped leaves. Flowers with greenish-purple sepals and white stamens, in spring. Frost hardy, -5C. Sun or semi-shade. No
Euonymus fortuneii radicans climber 15ft (5m). Evergreen. Oval, dark green leaves. Tiny greenish flowers from June to July. Fully hardy. Sun, well-drained soil. Useful for ground cover. No
Fallopia aubertii climber See Fallopia balshuanica. No
Fallopia baldschuanica Mile-a-Minute, Russian Vine climber 40ft (12m). Deciduous. Scrambling. Leaves divided into leaflets. Trumpet-shaped, pink or white flowres from August to September. Very fast growing. Fully hardy. Grows in most places. Useful for screening. No
Ficus pumila Creeping Fig climber 25ft (8m). Evergreen. Heart-shaped leaves becoming oval, long. Fruits are orange, turning to purple (only in warm regions). Frost tender, 5C.Sun or partial shade, fertile soil. No
Hedera algeriensis climber See Hedera canariensis algeriensis No
Hedera canariensis algeriensis Algerian Ivy climber 20ft (6m). Self-clinging. Oval, glossy leaves on purplish stems. Poisonous. Half hardy, 0C. Alkaline soil. Likes south- or west-facing wall. No
Muehlenbeckia axillaris climber See Muehlenbeckia complexa. No
Muehlenbeckia complexa climber 3ft (1m). Deciduous. Twining. Wiry stems, oval leaves. Minute greenish flowers in July, then round, white fruit. Frost hardy, -5C. Sun or shade. No
Pandorea jasminoides climber 15ft (5m). Evergreen. Twining. Leaves divided into leaflets. Clusters of funnel-shaped, white flowers with pink centres. Frost tender. 5C. Sun. No
Polygonum baldschuanicum climber See Fallopia baldschuanica. No
Pyrostegia venusta Flame Flower, Flame Vine, Golden Shower climber 30ft (10m). Evergreen. Tendrils. Tubular, orange-yellow flowers from autumn to spring. Frost tender, 15C. Sun and fertile soil. No
Pyrostegia ignea Flame Flower, Flame Vine, Golden Shower climber See Pyrostegia venusta. No
Schisandra rubriflora climber 20ft (6m). Deciduous. Twining. Leathery, serrated leaves. Small, bright red flowers from April to May. Pendant red fruits. Frost hardy, -5C. Sun or partial shade, rich soil. Useful for growing against walls. Grow male and female plants for fruit. No
Solandra maxima Copa de Oro, Golden-Chalice Vine climber 30ft (10m). Evergreen. Scrambler. Glossy leaves. Scented, yellow flowers from April to June. Frost tender, 16C. Sun and fertile soil. No
Tropaeloum majus "Alaska" climber See Tropaeolum "Alaska" No
Tropaeolum "Alaska" climber 12in (30cm). Annual. Round, variegated leaves. Trumpet-shaped flowers with spurs, yellow to red, from May to September. Fully hardy. Sun and well-drained soil. No
Tropaeolum tuberosum climber 10ft (3m). Lobed, greyish green leaves. Orange-yellow flowers from July to September. Half hardy, 0C. Sun and well-drained soil. No
Tropaeolum tuberosum var. lineamaculatum "Ken Aslet" climber 8ft (2.5m). Tuberous. Glaucous-green leaves. Red and orange flowers from July to September. Half hardy, 0C. Sun and well-drained soil. Store tubers under cover in cold areas. No

Plants: 28

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