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'Berberis Climber'

Climbing Plants for Walls and Fences | Plants for a Purpose

Climbing plants for walls and fences Climbers are a versatile group of plants - use climbing plants to cover fences, walls, trellis, arches or obelisks! You can also train certain shrubs as 'wall shrubs' for the same effect. Climbers are great for screening unsightly areas of the garden, brightening…

Plants for Shade | Plants for a Purpose

climbers are the obvious choice, many shrubs are ideal trained as wall shrubs. Bear in mind that many plants will require support wires or a trellis in order to climb whereas others naturally cling to a surface (e.g. Ivy). Plants for north-facing walls Interesting Features Akebia quinata Berberis

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 11th January 2013

…whether it's pruning the shrubs and climbers so they put on a good show of flowers and stay within bounds, or cutting back and dividing the perennial plants every 3 years to keep them performing well. Some easy-going evergreen shrubs include Aucuba, Berberis, Daphne, Euonymus, Fatsia (which is…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 10th June 2011

…are a number of climbers that originate from woodland areas that will be happy growing in part shade or fully shady conditions such as with a North-facing fence. You could try Lonicera japonica ‘Halliana’ which is an evergreen honeysuckle - they are vigorous climbers and the flowers…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 13th May 2011

…fence, they wont get much sun at all. I would like them to be quite quick growing and to end up about 6ft (with pruning) any suggestions please . Climbers wouldnt be suitable, its next doors fence and needs replacing. I forgot to say its a clay soil. Answer: Hi Jo, there are a few shrubs which will…

Facebook questions April 1st

…types). If you don't need much height then you could use Lavender as a low-growing evergreen hedge. Other shrubs good for hedging include Rosemary, Berberis, Box (Buxus), Privet (Ligustrum), Pittosporum, Eleagnus, Euonymus, Hibiscus and Choisya. I hope this has given you some ideas to start! Name:…