Climbing plants are those that cling to walls or structures to be supported in their growth. They are generally used for their medicinal properties. Many climbing species are at risk of extinction. For example, those that grow in the forest. Climbing plants are perfect both in the garden and on the balcony, where they are used to create evergreen or flowering walls. Here are some fast-growing climbing plants for the garden.
Fast-growing climbing plants
We have presented the fast-growing climbing plants to decorate your garden and make it attractive to everyone.
Bignonia is a climbing ornamental plant that is appreciated for its bright blooms. Its flowers are orange in color and have the shape of a large trumpet. They begin to develop in July and remain on the plant until September. Bignonia needs soil rich in nutrients. For this reason, it is necessary to feed it with specific products for outdoor plants. The fertilizer must contain plant extracts to ensure a correct supply of useful substances.
It is a fairly widespread evergreen plant. Its leaves have 3/5 points of a uniform green. Sometimes they are spotted with yellow or white; the female specimen is characterized by white flowers that bloom in autumn. Ivy climbs very easily on any surface and is quite resistant to both cold and hot climates. It needs fertile and permeable soil to be fertilized every 20 days during the spring season.
It has strong roots and stems, making it a tough and durable climbing plant. Wisteria is generally chosen to decorate the pergola. Clusters of lilac-colored flowers are formed between March and April that hang up to 90 cm. The wisteria goes dormant from November to February. In this period, it is, therefore, advisable to prune. This plant loves sunny environments. Wisteria should only be watered if the soil is dry. Finally, it must be fertilized with a granular fertilizer.
It is a plant that has a powerful and spectacular development. In fact, during its development, it looks like a vegetal wall. There are several varieties of Clematis: Apple Blossom, Napaulensis, Litte White Charm, and Armandii. The latter has leathery leaves and, between the months of April and May, white flowers rich in pink shades. Clematis requires regular watering; that is, the soil must be kept moist. The fertilizer must be liquid. Finally, pruning should be done in late winter.
This plant is commonly called passionflower. Passionflower resists the cold and even reaches 10 meters in height. The fronds of the plant develop quickly and climb up any vertical surface. The plant produces its flowers from June to September. In the center of the flowers, there are green plant organs with purple or blue-purplish variegations. At the apex, the flower is a rather showy bright yellow.