A slender stemmed vine with large, deeply incised, glossy, dark green leaves turning to rich red and orange in autumn. Self clinging so easily trained against a wall or pergola or allowed to scramble up a tree. Prefers fertile soil in sun or light shade. Final height may be as much 8m
Vigorous woody climber; dark green foliage provides excellent contrast for the apricot -orange flowers in mid to late summer. Grow in a sheltered and sunny position. Potentially large; prune in mid to late spring.
Vigorous deciduous climber that will enjoy an sheltered and sunny position. Produces masses of bright orange-red flowers over an extended season. Prune back in spring to control growth if desired. Fully hardy in a sheltered spot. Final height: up to 10m
Late flowering climber, blooming on new growth from June to September. Outstandingly elegant in bloom, the outside of flowers rich purple-pink, contrasting with white margins, tips and inside. Prune hard to about 20cm height in early spring and top dress with a general purpose fertiliser. Fully hardy.
This evergreen climber is vigorous with large, broad, five-lobed dark green leaves to 12cm in width. Small greenish umbels of flowers produce black berries in early winter. H: 10m. Well drained soil in partial shade preferred.
Woody, self clinging and relatively slow-growing deciduous climber. Ovate green leaves and white flower clusters in summer. Fully hardy. Does well in partial shade or sun. Moist soi preferred. RHS AGM H:6m
A vigorous deciduous climbing shrub with deep green pinnate leaves and richly scented white flowers 2cm across in clusters of 3 to 5. Happy in full sun or part shade and on pretty much any type of soil. Fully hardy. Final height, without any pruning might be as much as 6m
Deciduous climber for a sheltered spot, although it is fully hardy. Exquisitely fragrant cream-coloured flowers in summer, so plant near the house or a seating area to enjoy this wondeful plant to the full. Prune after flowering to control size and to encourage fresh shoots. . H: 2-3m
Jasminum × stephanense is a strong-growing deciduous shrub with twining stems, simple or pinnate leaves and, unusually for a Jasmine, small, fragrant pale pink flowers in high summer. Plant in a sunny, warm and sheltered position, preferably near the house or a garen seat to best enjoy the delicious scent. Full sun is preferred by light shade is also tolerated. Fully hardy. Prune out old shoots after flowering, if desired. Height: 3-6m
Evergreen climbing honeysuckle. Robust and rmoderately vigorous plant that will tolerate a certain amount of shade. Very useful for creating screens over trellis and so on. Bears red and cream flowers in summer. Cut back hard in spring if erquired. Fully hardy. H: up to 3-4m