Posts Tagged ‘climbers’
The climbers take on special force in the summer, with responsibility for protecting temperature to isolate some of the walls of excessive heat caused by the impact of sunlight at the same time, if we are properly guided excellent at spaces to provide shade outdoors.
What I propose in this paper is about six climbers’ comentarte different mark presence and interest in the garden, in the summer and throughout the year.
For example, I will not go this time in the glycine, despite being so beautiful … because only flower gives a fairly short time.
Clematis Jackmanii. This little gem you see in the cover image, not only has a small bunch of wonderfully fragrant flowers, but also evergreen. Choose a sheltered spot for her in the garden, especially-if possible-of the winds.
Rosa Alberic Barbier. This is one of my favorite roses is beautiful and fragrant, is almost always green if it is on terms satisfactory to him. It will flower from summer through fall.
Passiflora caerulea. Better known as passion flowers (there are many varieties in fact) have beautifully exotic flowers and fruits yellow birds can enjoy throughout the winter.
Honeysuckle, Lonicera henryi. Definitely my favorite if I’m forced to choose only one climber. Vigorous, semi-evergreen or deciduous, can grow to about 9 meters. Its flowers are not spectacular in both its delicate beauty and in its aroma.
Vine Vitis or coignetiae. Able to grow even 15 meters is simply stunning fall foliage, carrying shades of orange, mahogany and red! It also blooms in early to midsummer, followed by black berries with a purple flower.
Heart of Gold, Ivy Hedera. Characterized by bright pink stalks, which turn brown with age. Its leaves are dark green with irregular yellow touches in the middle. Delay in getting started, but worth it.