Vigorous woody climber; dark green foliage provides excellent contrast for the apricot -orangeflowers in mid to late summer. Grow in a sheltered and sunny position. Potentially large; prune in mid to late spring.
Tetrarose' is a vigorous very large deciduous climber with large bronze-green leaves and reddish-brown stems. Single mauve-pink flowers with golden-yellow stamens. Flowers from late spring to early summer
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
Deciduous, twining, climber for a sheltered and sunny spot, although it is fully hardy. Exquisitely fragrant white flowers from red buds throughout summer, so plant near the house or a seating area. Prune old shoots after flowering. RHS Award of Garden Merit. H: 2-3m