Climbing plants Clematis
Climate zone 6, -23.3 ° to -17.8 °
Using the right soil is essential for a good start to the plants. Use Pokon garden plant soil for this. The climbing plants will then take root more quickly. With the correct nutrition (Ecostyle Climbers) you will see that this improves the growth speed and quality of flowers and leaves.
Pruning climbing plants is not that difficult, but it is important because it stimulates growth. The plant is getting older and will flower longer. Good pruning tools are important, see also accessories -food for the right tools.
Climbing plants can be divided into four groups.
The vining climbing plants do not attach themselves but instead seek support from, for example, pergolas or mesh panel. Some well-known vining climbing plants are:
To be able to enjoy green climbing plants in winter, it is good if you choose evergreen climbing plants such as the hedera or star jasmine. The star jasmine also has beautiful flowers in the spring.
Self-adhesive climbing plants
Self-adhesive climbing plants attach themselves to the substrate with adhesive roots. You can let these climbing plants climb on walls or fences.
Some well-known self-adhesive climbers are:
Virginia Creeper like the Parthenocissus
Most climbing plants are deciduous, so you will not see any foliage but the beautiful branches of the climbing plant.
Some well-known deciduous climbing plants are:
Blue rain - Wisteria
Honeysuckle - Lonicera
Virginia creeper - Parthenocissus
To create height in the middle of your garden, you can, for example, grow the clematis, climbing roses or star jasmine along a climbing frame or rose arch.
For a partition of your garden it is better to place 3 climbing plants per linear meter. In this way your partition is closed quickly and the view is smaller.
If you grow self-adhesive climbing plants along a wall, you must take into account that these adhesive roots can affect your joints.