Planting Climbing Plants

Laura O\’Connor asked 6 years ago
We moved into a new house last October with a small south-facing back garden/patio area that is fenced with a dull wooden fence that I can’t really paint much of due to some old climbers already there. I would like to plant some new colourful climbers and am wondering what to plant and when to do so in order to get colour/coverage as early as possible (colour is main priority).

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 3 years ago
Clematis and roses are good colourful climbers with a lot to choose from. Also for late season value, the potato jasmine is good.

Plant in the open soil, well-drained, not in pots or other containers.

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