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Flowering climbing plants

Flowering climbing plants

Very fragrant and suitable for growing both in pots and in the ground, Jasminum or more commonly called Jasmine, is one of the most common flowering climbing plants. Belonging to the genus of Oleaceae, it is distinguished in over two hundred different species. Initially it must be supported in growth through adequate supports, then it is necessary to prune the plant after each flowering that begins in spring and continues throughout the summer. It loves the sun and mild temperatures the buds reveal small flowers formed by four petals, the typical color is white but there are also shades of yellow and pink. The easiest varieties to find on the market are: the Jasminum officinale typical of southern Italy, Jasminum azoricum called trifoliate or the evergreen Jasminum grandiflorum with large flowers.

Flowering evergreen climbers


Among the most romantic evergreen flowering climbers, the botanical name is Wisteria but the common name of Wisteria is more widespread. Native to Asia, it is among the most used and admired ornamental plants for its splendid luxuriant blooms. Resistant shrubby plant that over time acquires strength and can reach heights of tens of meters. Spike foliage composed of small oval leaves and a very dense and branched stem. The characteristic flowers bloom in spring, are composed of showy very fragrant clusters and available in different shades of white, blue, blue and pink. The flowering climbing plants of Wisteria can grow well both in full sun and in partial shade, it is important to ensure the plants a continuous and abundant irrigation during the summer season.


Known for their beauty among the climbing plants with flowers, Roses are widespread and used for the ornamental decoration of gardens, pergolas or simple walls. Belonging to the Rosaceae family, the stems of these plants are very resistant and vigorous, initially following the first transplant it is advisable to follow the growth of the plant, also directing it thanks to supports of various kinds. The foliage is glossy dark green and with serrated edges, the buds will begin to develop in spring, the flowering according to the varieties can also last until late autumn. The most recommended varieties as climbers are the Climber Roses with large and remontant flowers or the Rambler Roses characteristic for small flowers collected in clusters,

The flowers of climbing plants


Passiflora is among the flowers of climbing plants the one with the deepest religious significance. History links the Catholic symbols of the Passion of Christ to these flowers. The stem is filled with dense branches and the leaves, depending on the variety, can be lanceolate, palmate or bilobed. The plant is equipped with suckers that allow it to easily grow vertically. It remains an evergreen shrub in mild and temperate climates while shedding its leaves if subjected to too cold temperatures in winter. It loves the sun and direct light, flowering depends on the different varieties but can continue for several months if the weather conditions allow it. The flowers are large with white petals and the stamens are purple, violet or other shades of lilac. Watering must be abundant in summer and not excessive in winter.

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