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'North Facing Evergreen Climbers'

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

…Q&A sessions. Name: Ken Stockley Question: Have a north facing fence and it looks ugly. Can you suggest quick growing covering plants? Answer: Hi Ken. North-facing areas can be quite challenging but there are a number of climbers that originate from woodland areas that will be happy growing…

Facebook questions jan 21st

…the window. I'd like something evergreen, so it looks good all year. Many thanks. Answer: Hi Kay, there are quite a few evergreen climbers which will happily grow on a north facing wall and can be trained around windows and doors. You could try the evergreen Lonicera japonica 'Halliana' (Japanese…

How to Grow Hydrangeas

…know of the climbing Hydrangeas. Despite its lengthy name, this deciduous climbing hydrangea is a popular choice for a cold, north facing position where most climbers would struggle. Thriving in the most inhospitable garden conditions, it uses its aerial roots to cling to walls and fences, clothing…

Climbing Plants for Walls and Fences | Plants for a Purpose

…aerial roots but twining climbers such as Honeysuckle and Clematis will need a framework to scramble over. Wall shrubs don't climb naturally and will need training and tying in to a support. All climbing plants will need some training initially. When planting your new climber or shrub, make sure you…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 13th August 2010

…Question for Sue : Hi, I have a north facing fence at the top of my garden that gets no direct sunlight. Can you recommend any plants for this space? Everything I've found so far has specified part-shade. Thanks Answer: Hi Sarah, there are a number of climbers that originate from woodland areas…

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

…present, it's wide one end narrow the other. 36ft long widest part 24ft gradual narrowing to 18 ft. I'd like perennials, fragrant climbers, and obviously some evergreens. I also want to attract wild birds, I love honeysuckles, armandii clematis, jasmine, Lavender , Buddleja davidii . I also want…

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

…Name: Jo Moore Question: I want to put a few shrubs against a north facing 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.…