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'Wind Tolerant Climbers'

Plants for a Purpose

…limited to drought-tolerant plants alone. Find out more... Plants for Coastal Gardens If you garden on the coast or your garden is exposed to strong winds then this is the guide for you! Find out more... Plants for Wildlife There are so many benefits to attracting wildlife into your garden. Apart…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 14th October 2011

…container and put it on balcony so it can hang down. What sort of honeysuckle would you recommend or they all are climbers? Answer: Hi Ilya, honeysuckles can either be twining climbers or shrubs but unfortunately there are none that naturally trail. If your balcony has railings the honeysuckle will…

How to Grow Hydrangeas

…garden with shelter from cold, drying winds. For this reason they are especially useful for brightening up shaded borders and make a lovely feature in the dappled shade of woodland gardens. Try to avoid hot, sunny areas and east facing spots where colds winds can damage the spring growth. Grow…

Plants for Shade | Plants for a Purpose

…difficult for plants as it creates a cool environment and is often coupled with dry soil or very damp soil. However there are many plants that will tolerate these conditions so those areas needn't remain bare! Top tips for designing a shady garden: * If you have a tree which is casting shade, try…

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

…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 fit the bill! Varieties of Chaenomeles speciosa or Chaenomeles x superba (Japanese Quince) are good choices as they will tolerate clay…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 27th May 2011

…growing climbers trained onto trellis or obelisks. This would create some privacy for both yourself and your neighbour quite quickly. Try some of the large flowered clematis for summer colour or Jasmine for its beautiful fragrance. If your balcony door is glazed I would recommend deciduous climbers