Sausage vine/RHS Gardening. Schisandra chinensis. Chaenomeles nivalis - Telegraph Garden Shop. Hardenbergia Violacea - Telegraph Garden Shop. Sarcococca Confusa - Telegraph Garden Shop. Nepalese paper plant 'Jacqueline Postill'/RHS Gardening. Variegated Confederate jasmine/RHS Gardening. Hardiness ratings All ratings refer to the UK growing conditions unless otherwise stated.
Minimum temperature ranges (in degrees C) are shown in brackets. Lonicera dropmore scarlet. Hydrangea-seemanii-evergreen-climbing-hydrangea-climber-p-78169. Hydrangea seemanii, 3L, Evergreen climbing hydrangea, Climber, An unusual EVERGREEN version of the popular climbing hydrangea.
It's a hardy climber with creamy white, lace-cap flowers in May, contrasting with the large, dark, glossy leaves. The vigorous bushy habit produces a mass of strong shoots when young, which then climb, attaching themselves to a wall or fence using short aerial roots. Hardy and easy to grow. Features Size on arrival: 3 Litre (19cm) potHeight & spread: 6mx4m (20'x13') in 10 yrsPosition: Partial or full shade, even north facingSoil requirements: Moist, humus rich, well drained soilA vigorous evergreen alternative to Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris All our plants are British grown – most in environmentally-friendly reduced peat compost, outdoors at our own nursery, so they are garden ready and raring to grow!
Despatched withing 5 working days by 24 hour delivery service.Delivery for this item is £8.99. Clematis-icirrhosai-jingle-bells-p-60915. Clematis - cirrhosa Jingle Bells Clematis cirrhosa Jingle Bells , flowers all through christmas starting in December then finishing in Marchch, with nice sized evergreen foliage the rest of the year Features Colours: Creamy white Pruning: No Pruning - Group 1 Aspect: Sun or Part Shade Height: 10 - 12ft (3 - 3.5m) Suitable For Containers: yes Scented: no Evergreen: yes Flowering Time: December to March Clematis is a beautifully varied flowering plant, available in a multitude of colours and flower sizes, however all Clematis fall into one of 3 distinct pruning groups: No Prune (Group 1), Light Prune (Group 2), and Hard Prune (Group 3).
Group 1: Early Flowering. Typically blooming in winter and spring, these varieties flower on the previous year's growth only, so if you need to remove damaged stems or control the size of the plant, the best time would be as soon as they have finished flowering. Group 2: Large Flowers. -p-77698. Billarderia longiflora AGM, 3L, Climber, An unusual evergreen climbing plant with greenish-yellow tubular bells from early spring to late May.
The individual flowers are small, muted and modest,but en masse become an exuberant display of elegance. More than that, it then produces fat, rounded berries that start deep pink but become a deep, rich purple. Each berry appears to have been individually polished, like the skins of aubergines, and the whole plant sparkles. Well worth finding a sheltered spot for. Features Size on arrival: 3 Litre (19cm) potHeight & spread: 1.8mx1.8m (6'x6')Position: Partial shadeSoil requirements: Well drained soil with a cool root run (soil not exposed to full sun) All our plants are British grown – most in environmentally-friendly reduced peat compost, outdoors at our own nursery, so they are garden ready and raring to grow! Delivery for this item is £8.99. Climbing Plants (Evergreen) - Page 1 - Burncoose Nurseries - plants by mail order direct to you.
Considering Climbers. Considering Climbers Choosing the right climber or wall shrub for the right position needs careful thought to avoid disappointment.
Before you buy, check out the plant’s ultimate size – not only the height and spread, but also the space it needs to flower to its full potential. You should also make sure it won’t interfere with doors and windows when it has reached its ultimate size. North and east-facing walls and fences that are exposed to frost and cold winds require plants that can tolerate such conditions. There are a good number of shrubs and climbers, including roses, that will flourish on north and east-facing walls and, conversely, a number that require the extra warmth and shelter that a south-west or south-facing wall provides.
The choice Climbers for north and east facing wallsClematis: Most clematis will grow in shade, and those with delicate colouring, such as the popular Nelly Moser, generally look better in a shady spot as the flowers tend to fade in a strong sun. Climbing Plants for Shade areas. Shaded areas by the garden fence, near a tree or at side of house, often get neglected because of the 'difficulty' of growing plants there.
This need not be the case for there are many climbing plants that will grow in shade positions. Some of these climbing plants are evergreen, which makes them even more desirable - especially if they are flowering evergreens! Growing plants in shade areas can be successfully undertaken if thought and attention is given to the immediate soil environment.
Shade areas can sometimes be permanently damp - or as is often the case - quite dry for most of the year. If no plants have been grown on a barren shade area, then the soil is often left uncultivated - making any physical problem even worse. It is worth doing, so that your shaded area can then be home to some interesting climbing plants. Some climbers will positively thrive in shade conditions, whilst others may take a little care to get established. Climbers and wall shrubs for shade/RHS Gardening. The knowledge. This week: climbers. Climbers such as honeysuckle, wisteria, sweet peas and clematis need trellis or a wire system so that twining stems, tendrils or leaf stalks can coil themselves around and pull the plant up as it matures.
But Virginia creeper doesn’t need any support at all. With the help of numerous adhesive pads it’ll cling to walls out though, it can be a little invasive so give it some space. RHS Plant Selector Akebia quinata.