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Clematis

Featured plant of August 2011
A genus of climbers grown for their colourful and showy flowers. Flowers of the Jackmanii hybrids are large and available in a variety of colours, from white to purple and red. [More...]
Hoya
A succulent climber that produces fragrant starry flowers in late spring / summer. [More...]

Kiwifruit
Introduced from China, Kiwifruit has been grown in New Zealand for over 100 years, and now forms part of the Kiwi culture. [More...]
Monstera
This aroid from tropical rain forests is a huge climber. Mature plants can have leaves over a metre across. [More...]

Passionfruit
A large genus of tendrill climbing plants that has complex shapped flowers with many segments. A few species are cultivated for their edible fruit, a few others for their flowers and a number are weeds. [More...]
Potato Vine
A quick growing climber that produces flowers that look like potato flowers. [More...]

Snail Vine
This perennial bean has unusual twisted flowers that resemble snails. [More...]
Sweet Peas
Sweet pea is a climbing annual with sprays of brightly coloured flowers that have a very nice perfume. Flower colour is quite variable and varies from whites to pinks, reds, through to purples and blues. [More...]

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