Climbers

Abutilon 'Fool's Gold'
A rarely encountered Abutilon forming an upright to spreading, semi evergreen shrub with lobed, toothed, dark green foliage and during the growing season masses of large, orange, lantern like flowers, highlighted with dark orange veins. Pretty tough if given a warm, sunny, sheltered spot in any decent, well drained soil. Will not tolerate cold, exposed situations. Good plant for a pot and given winter shelter. Height of around 1 to 1.5m. Feed and water well during summer. 

Abutilon 'Kentish Belle' (AGM-H3)
A particularly colourful and attractive compact, semi-evergreen shrub with arching shoots and three-lobed, triangular-ovate leaves. During summer and into autumn, pendulous, bell shaped flowers with orange-yellow petals and a dark red calyx. Needs a sheltered, sunny, warm spot in any well drained soil if grown outside. Not bone hardy but can be easily pot grown and given protection. Reaches an approx height of 1.5m. Generally no need to prune.
Abutilon megapotamicum (AGM-H3)
A deciduous or partially evergreen, medium-sized shrubby climber with tapering, narrowly ovate leaves, and during summer and into autumn, pendulous, bell-shaped flowers with yellow petals and a large crimson calyx. Needs a sheltered, sunny, warm spot in any well drained 
soil if grown outside. Not bone hardy but can be easily pot grown and given winter protection in a cool glasshouse. Reaches an approxiamate height of 1.5m. Generally no need to prune.

Abutilon megapotamicum 'Ines' 
Very rare, vigorous and an exceptional bushy Abutilon forming a mass of stems clad with toothed, dark green leaves and during late spring and all the way through summer, dangling, parchment-yellow flowers, each highlighted by a dark red calyx. Not bone hardy needing a warm, sunny, sheltered spot in any decent, well drained soil. Really good plant for a pot and given winter protection. Height and spread of around 1m. Feed and water well during summer. 

Abutilon megapotamicum 'Pink Charm'  
A very rare and exceptional little Abutilon forming a compact, upright to spreading, evergreen shrub with lobed, toothed, dark green leaves and during the growing season masses of rather smart, bell shaped, hanging pink flowers. Not bone hardy needing a warm, sunny, sheltered spot in any decent, well drained soil. Really good plant for a pot and given protection in a cool 
conservatory or similar. Height and spread of around 1m. Feed and water well during summer.
 
Abutilon megapotamicum 'Variegatum' (AGM-H3)
A deciduous or partially evergreen, medium-sized shrubby climber with with lobed, ovate green leaves that have yellow splotches and during summer and into autumn, pendulous, bell shaped flowers with yellow petals and a large crimson calyx. Needs a sheltered, sunny, warm spot in any well drained soil if grown outside. Not bone hardy but can be easily pot grown and given protection. Reaches an approxiamate height of 1.5m. Generally no need to prune.

Abutilon megapotamicum 'Wisley Red' 
A rarely seen and striking Abutilon forming a compact, upright to spreading, evergreen shrub with lobed, toothed, dark green leaves and during the growing season masses of stunning, bell shaped, hanging red flowers, orange within. Not bone hardy needing a warm, sunny, sheltered spot in any decent, well drained soil. May be pot grown and given protection in a cool 
conservatory or similar. Reaches 1.5 to 2m in height. Feed and water well during summer. 

Abutilon 'Red Trumpet' 
An exceptionally rare Abutilon forming a compact, upright to spreading, evergreen shrub with lobed, toothed, dark green leaves and during the growing season masses of stunning, trumpet shaped red flowers. Not overly hardy but can be tried in a warm, sunny, sheltered spot in any decent, well drained soil. May well be safer to grow in a pot with winter protection in a 
cool conservatory or similar. Reaches 1 to 1.5m in height. Feed and water well during summer.
 

Abutilon 'Tango'  
A really colourful Abutilon forming an upright to spreading, semi evergreen shrub with lobed, toothed, dark green foliage and during the growing season masses of large, orange flowers. Pretty tough if given a warm, sunny, sheltered spot in any decent, well drained soil. Will not tolerate cold, exposed situations. Good plant for a pot if given winter shelter or protection in a cool greenhouse. Reaches a height of around 1.5m. Feed and water well during summer. 
Abutilon 'Waltz' 
A recently introduced fast-growing shrub with large, mid green lobed leaves and for a long period from early summer through into autumn, yellow, pendant, bowl-shaped flowers. Needs a sheltered, warm spot in a free draining soil if grown outside. Dislikes cold winds and soggy soils. Can be pot grown and if kept frost free will stay evergreen and flower virtually all year. Best if given a good prune in spring which will promote strong new growth and a bushier shape.  

Abutilon 'Yellow Trumpet' 
An exceptionally rare Abutilon forming a compact, upright to spreading, evergreen shrub with lobed, toothed, dark green leaves and during the growing season masses of stunning, trumpet shaped yellow flowers. Not overly hardy but can be tried in a warm, sunny, sheltered spot in any decent, well drained soil. May well be safer to grow in a pot with winter protection in a cool conservatory or similar. Reaches 1 to 1.5m in height. Feed and water well during summer.
 
 
Actinidia kolomikta (AGM-H4)
A vigorous twining climber with large, heart-shaped leaves which, in mature specimens, have stunning pink and cream variegated tips. A dramatic species for covering a large wall or be allowed to climb into a tree, where it can look sensational. Although grown for its foliage, the plant has insignificant yet scented flowers in early summer. Requires a sunny, sheltered position in moist but well drained soil. Can reach a height and spread of approx 6m. Hardy.
 
Actinidia tetramera var. maloides
This fast growing, rare, deciduous climber has a distinguished appearance, with dark green leaves, tapering to a slender point with some bearing white and pink tips. Has a more subtle colouring than A.kolomikta. Looks great covering a wall or allowed to climb into a tree. Produces small, cup-shaped, fragrant dark pink flowers in spring or early summer. Requires a sunny, sheltered position in moist but well drained soil. Height/spread of approx 6m. Hardy.

Akebia longiracemosa BSWJ3606 
A rare species of Akebia collected by Crg Farm Plants from Ilan, N. Taiwan forming a woody, semi evergreen, twining climber with attractive foliage comprised of five long leaflets and during spring racemes of vanilla scented purple flowers. May produce purple sausage shaped fruits in autumn. Likes a sunny or partly shaded spot in any decent soil that doesn't get too wet over winter. Can make a height of 5m but prune to size after flowering if necessary. Hardy.
 
Akebia quinata - Noy available 2017
An unusual and delightful climbing plant. Akebia quinata has lovely lush green leaves and clusters of small, trailing, chocolate-purple flowers in spring. These colourful flowers are followed by dark-purple, sausage-like fruits following a long hot summer. A fairly vigorous and hardy plant that may stay evergreen in milder winters. Prefers a situation in sun or part shade in a good moist fertile soil, where it can reach upto 8m in length.
 
Akebia quinata (Cream flowered) 
An unusual and delightful climbing plant. This form of Akebia has the normal, lovely lush green leaves but clusters of small, trailing, cream flowers in spring. The flowers are followed by dark-purple, sausage-like fruits following a long hot summer. A fairly vigorous and hardy plant that may stay evergreen in milder winters. Prefers sun or part shade in a good moist fertile soil, where it can reach 8m in length. The cream form is rarely seen.
Ampelopsis aconitifolia 'Chinese Lace' 
A rarely seen slender stemmed vine with very large, ornate, deeply incised, glossy foliage which turns to shades of rich red and orange in autumn before falling. A self clinging tendril climber so easily trained against a wall or pergola or allowed to scramble up a tree. Prefers fertile, well drained soil in a sunny or lightly shaded position. Inconspicuous greenish flowers can be followed by yellow berries in long, hot summers. Can reach a height of 5m+. Hardy.
Ampelopsis brevipedunculata 'Elegans'
'Elegans' is a vigorous, deciduous climber with heart-shaped or 3 to 5-lobed leaves, heavily splashed and mottled with white and pink. Not always relliable but after long, hot summers can produce inconspicuous flowers followed by blueish turquosie berries in autumn. Suited to any moist but well-drained, fertile soil. Particularly happy if planted against a warm, sheltered wall in a spot out of hot afternoon sun. Reaches a height of around 4 to 5m. Hardy.
Aristolochia manshuriensis 
Possibly one of the rarest and most unusual climbing plants on the nursery. Also known as the 'Dutchman's Pipe' producing an abundance of heart shaped, fresh green leaves and during summer and through into early autumn peculiar funnel shaped flowers with freckles that sort of resemble a smoking pipe. A robust, woody climber that can reach over 5m in height and cover unsightly objects with its mass of foliage. Decent soil in sun or part shade. Hardy. 
Bignonia capreolata - Not available 2017
A seldom seen, generally evergreen climber producing a mass of dark green foliage and during late sping very attractive, orange-red, trumpet-shaped flowers. Excellent for rapidly covering structures. Easily grown in average, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade but best to avoid cold, easterly winds. Tolerates shade but flowers better in sun. Shoild reaches between 5 and 8m but prune after flowering if needed. May lose foliage in very cold winters. Hardy. 

Campsis radicans 'Stromboli' 
A large, strong-growing deciduous climber with attractive, lush, dark green foliage and during summer and into autumn masses of stunning trumpet-shaped, deep red flowers. Suited to a moist but well drained soil in full sun to be at its best. Despite its exotic look it is pretty tough if given a warm spot, ideally against a brick wall. Avoid cold winds. Reaches a height of 4m+ with a lesser spread but best given a good spring prune to produce vigorous growth.
 
Campsis x tagliabuana Indian Summer  
A large, strong-growing deciduous climber with attractive, lush, dark green foliage and during summer and into autumn masses of stunning trumpet-shaped, deep orange flowers. Suited to a moist but well drained soil in full sun to be at its best. Despite its exotic look it is pretty tough if given a warm spot, ideally against a brick wall. Avoid cold winds. Reaches a height of 4m+ with a lesser spread but best given a good spring prune to produce vigorous growth.
Campsis x tagliabuana 'Madame Galen' (AGM-H4)
A large, strong-growing deciduous climber with fresh green pinnate leaves, with up to 15 small leaflets and during summer and into autumn stunning tubular, reddish-orange flowers. Requires a moist but well drained soil in full sun to be at its best. Despite its exotic look it is pretty tough if given a warm position, ideally against a brick wall. Can reach a height of 6m+ with a lesser spread but best given a spring prune to produce vigorous new growth.

Chaenomeles speciosa 'Geisha Girl' (d) (AGM-H6)
A compact, deciduous 'japanese quince', spreading in habit, with glossy, ovate leaves and during early spring semi double, salmon pink flowers on leafless stems which can be followed by yellow fruit during autumn, fragrant when ripe. Easily grown in any well-drained soil in sun or part shade. Reaches an approxiamte height and spread of 1 to 1.5m. Prune to a strong pair of buds straight after flowering if req'd. A very hardy shrub for spring and autumn colour.
 
Chaenomeles speciosa 'Kinshiden' - Not available 2017
A very tasteful form of a well loved shrubby climber with fresh apple green foliage and double flowers of a most unusual lemony white during spring. Produces typical 'Quince' like fruit during autumn. Prefers a sunny or partly shaded spot in a moist soil that provides drainage and avoids excessive winter wet. A slightly smaller more refined cultivar reaching a height and spread of between 1 and 1.5m. A good spring and autumn performer. Hardy.  
Chaenomeles speciosa 'Moerloosei' (AGM-H6) - Not available 2017
A medium-sized deciduous 'japanese quince', spreading in habit, with glossy, ovate leaves and during spring large, white, tinged with deep pink flowers. Apple-shaped, greenish-yellow fruit during autumn, fragrant when ripe. Easily grown in any well-drained soil in sun or part shade. Reaches an approx height and spread of 2m. Can be pruned down to a strong pair of buds straight after flowering if required. A very hardy shrub for spring and autumn colour.
Chaenomeles superba 'Cameo' - Not available 2017
Blooming a little later in spring than most Quinces, 'Cameo' produces large, semidouble flowers of a clear, peachy coral pink which show up splendidly against the glossy, green new leaves. Abundant yellow fruits in autumn are a bonus, a bowl of which will scent a whole room. Prefers a sunny or partly shaded spot in a moist soil that provides drainage and avoids winter wet. Reaches a height and spread of approx 1m. A good spring and autumn performer. Hardy.

Chaenomeles x superba 'Crimson and Gold' (AGM-H6)
A small, spiny deciduous shrub of spreading habit, with glossy, obovate leaves and during spring deep crimson flowers with prominent golden anthers, followed by fragrant yellow fruit in autumn. Easily grown in any well-drained soil in sun or part shade. Reaches around 1 to 1.5 in height with a spread of 2m. Very effective if tied back to and grown up a wall or 
fence. Prune back to a strong pair of buds straight after flowering if required. Very hardy.

Chaenomeles x superba 'Pink Lady' (AGM-H6)
A compact 'Japanese Quince' forming a spiny deciduous shrub of spreading habit, with glossy, ovate leaves and during spring clear pink flowers opening from darker buds followed by apple like fruit in autumn, yellow and fragrant when ripe. Easily grown in any well-drained soil in sun or part shade. Reaches a height and spread of 1 to 1.5m. Very effective if grown up a wall or fence. Prune back to a strong pair of buds straight after flowering if required. Very hardy.
 
Cissus striata
This vigorous evergreen climber has luxuriant, dark, glossy green foliage. Small greenish flowers in summer are followed by glossy black berries. Requires a sunny or partly shaded spot in a decent but well drained soil. Although hardier than most people give it credit for it will require a sheltered, warm position, ideally against a wall where it should be ok with temps of -10C. Can reach a height of 7m+ but prune hard in early spring if needed.
Clematis
We stock a varying range of chosen cultivars from various groups including a selection of the award winning Ray Evison collection.
 
Dactylicapnos scandens
Superb glossy foliage and stunning yellow lockets are freely produced all summer from this hardy, strong, herbaceous climber. Formerly known as Dicentra scandens it is a superb perennial that performs year after year. Prefers moist humus rich soil and cool conditions, avoiding hot or sunny locations that dry out in summer. A hardy and rarely seen climber that can reach a height of between 2 and 4m in a season.
 
Decumaria barbara 
An attractive climbing Hydrangea known as 'Woodvamp' in its native U.S.A. Dark, glossy, green foliage and during spring classy, white hydrangea like clusters of flowers. Does not need support as it will cling on to most surfaces. Suited to a moist position, but not waterlogged, in a shady spot that avoids any hot, afternoon sun. Resents being hot or dry at the root. Can reach 10m in height but easily pruned to restrict its size immediately after flowering. Hardy.
Decumaria sinensis - Not available 2017
A small, evergreen, aerial rooting climber related to hydrangeas. The many, small, glossy dark green leaves are held close to the stems which can be hidden by the sheer quantity of white tinged green flowers through May/June. Sun or part shade in any humus enriched soil. Not 'bone hardy' so best in a sheltered site, avoiding cold winds and soggy winter soils. Looks stunning grown against brickwork. Upto 4m in height, approx 2m spread. Very rare.

x Fatshedera lizei 'Annemieke (AGM-H3)
A colourful evergreen shrub or climber with large, leathery, palmately lobed leaves with a conspicuous central yellow-green blotch. Small white flowers in globose clusters during autumn. Likes a fertille, moist but well drained spot in a part shade. Tolerates sun given reliable moisture. Dislikes excessive winter wet. Grows as a lax shrub but looks good tied into trellice. Height and spread around 2m. Needs a sheltered warm spot or wall as hardy to about -10C 
 
Holboellia latifolia
A beautiful, fast-growing, twining, evergreen climber with mid-green, ovate leaves. During spring, it bears clusters of very heavily scented, white, sometimes purple tinted, bell shaped flowers. Flowering may be followed by large, purple sausage-shaped fruits especially after a warm summer. Likes a moist, fertile, well drained soil in sun or part shade. Fairly tough but best suited to a warm sheltered spot against a wall or similar. Height and spread 4 to 5m.
Hydrangea anomala subsp. anomala 'Winter Glow'
A generally evergreen climbing Hydrangea with glossy, green foliage that gradually turns to a stunning purple colour over winter. Produces flat heads of greenish white lacecap flowers during late spring or early summer. Originally from a seed collection in Sikkim by Crg Farm Plants (BSWJ2411). Self clinging it is ideal for growing up shady walls or trees. Likes a fertile, moist soil where it can reach over 5m. Needs time to establish but well worth the wait. Hardy.
Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris 'Mirranda'
A deciduous climber with glossy, heart shaped leaves sporting a tasteful golden margin. In early summer it has huge, flat heads of white lacecap flowers up to 25cms across, followed by lovely, golden yellow foliage during autumn. Self clinging it is ideal for growing up shady north walls or up a tree. Requires a fertile, moist but well drained soil where it can reach 5m in height after many years. Needs time to establish but well worth the wait. Hardy.

Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris 'Silver Lining'
A new and colourful cultivar of the 'Climbing Hydrangea' sporting very attractive, large green leaves with white margins and during early summer, creamy white flat panicles of flowers. Not too fussy but best grown in partial shade out of afternoon sun in a moist but well drained soil. Will benefit if planted with additional compost or any well-rotted organic matter. Given 
time can reach aheight of 8m but easily restriced by pruning straight after flowering. Hardy.
 
 
Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris var. tiliifolia
The climbing Korean form with leaves similar in shape to those of the lime tree, hence tiliifolia. In early summer it has huge, flat heads of white lacecap flowers and during autumn lovely, golden yellow foliage. Self clinging it is ideal for growing up shady walls or up a tree with more flowers being produced when the head of the plant is in sun. Requires a fertile, moist but well drained soil. 8m in height after many years. Needs time but worth the wait. Hardy. Very rare
 
Jasminum fruticans 
A terrific evergreen, small to medium sized shrub with green branches bearing small trifoliate leaves and clusters of bright yellow, flared flowers at the end of the erect stems during the summer months. Easily grown in part shade or full sun in any type of fertile drained soil. Reaches a height and spread of between 1 and 1.5m used as a shrub but can be grown on a support as a climber. Hardy and generally evergreen unless the winter is particularly cold.
 
Jasminum nudiflorum (AGM-H5)
'Winter Jasmine' forms a medium-sized deciduous shrub with long, arching branches clad with bright yellow flowers during winter and spring before the summer foliage appears. Grow in any well-drained soil in a sheltered position in sun or partial shade. Often grown as a climber but naturally a scrambler reaching an approximate height and spread of 2m. Can be kept vigorous 
and tidy by cutting back to strong young shoots lower down straight after flowering. Hardy.  
Jasminum officinale 'Aureum'
This form of summer jasmine has variegated leaves of yellow and green giving a lovely overall effect. The flowers in mid to late summer are white and very fragrant. Grow in a sheltered, sunny position out of cold winds. In colder areas it may need the shelter of a warm wall. Suited to most moist soils as long as they have decent drainage. Reaches approx 4m in height with a 1 to 2m spread. If required prune just after flowering. Fairly tough if correctly sited.
Jasminum officinale 'Devon Cream'  
A lovely cultivar with bright green foliage and masses of sweetly scented, creamy coloured flowers during summer, opposed to the typical white flowers. Tolerates some shade but flowers better given a warm, sunny position in any decent, well drained soil. Avoid spots subject to cold winter winds. Evergreen in mild winters. Should reach over 3m in height. To encourage flowering prune out thin, old shoots after the flowers have fallen in Autumn. Pretty tough.
 
Lonicera
We stock a varying range of chosen cultivars and species. 
Parthenocissus henryana (AGM-H4)
The Chinese Virginia creeper is less vigorous than other Virginia creepers. Its foliage is more delicate as well, with a velvety texture and silvery-white veins. During autumn the foliage turns fiery crimson and is accompanied by blue-black berries. Plants are self-clinging but need some help to get started. Suited to dappled or part shade in any decent soil that avoids excessive winter wet. Can reach 10m in height with an approx spread of 4m. Hardy.
 
Passion Flowers
We stock a varying range of chosen cultivars. 
Pileostegia viburnoides (AGM-H4)
A superb and unusual evergreen climber with bold, glossy leaves which contrast well with the beautiful panicles of milky-white flowers in late summer. A good choice for a sheltered wall, fence or grown up an old tree. Sun or part shade in any decent, well drained soil, avoiding soggy sites and cold winds. A hardy plant but when young it may be wise to protect with fleece in really cold spells. A slow grower, reaching 6m in height, approx 4m spread.
Roses (for shrub and floribunda roses please see shrub section)
Rosa 'All Gold' (Climbing) 
The climbing version of the popular Floribunda 'All Gold' producing outstanding, unfading, pure buttercup yellow blooms all the way through summer. The first cluster flowered rose to possess an unfading yellow, scented bloom. National Rose Society Gold Medal winner 1956. Suited to a sunny spot in any fertile, moist but well drained soil. Best to dead head as often as possible to promote quantity of blooms. Reaches a height of between 8 and 10ft. Hardy. 

Rosa banksiae 'Lutea' (AGM-H6)
A large and vigorous, early flowering, thornless semi-evergreen rambler with small, smooth edged leaves and large clusters of pale yellow, rosette-like double flowers in late spring. Not at its best if given a cold exposed spot so ideally trained on a sheltered wall or fence in full sun. Not too fussy about soil as long as it has some drainage. Can reach over 10m in height if left to do its own thing but if size needs restricting prune immediately after flowering. Hardy.
Rosa banksiae var. banksiae (Rambling) 
This beautiful semi evergreen, rambling rose produces clusters of small, double, creamy-white flowers during late spring which have a delicious violet scent. The slender, near thornless stems are ideal for training over an arch or pergola. Suited to a sunny, sheltered site away from cold winds in any decent, well drained soil. Can reach over 10m in height if left to do its own thing but if size needs restricting prune immediately after flowering. Hardy.
Rosa 'Compassion' (AGM-H6)
A prolific award winning and very popular climbing rose producing perfectly formed hybrid tea blooms of salmon pink, shaded apricot orange. The high quality flowers appear throughout the summer and autumn and repeat well alongside the healthy, dark green, leathery foliage. Suited to a sunny spot in any fertile, moist but well drained soil. Best to dead head as often as possible to promote quantity of blooms. Reaches a height of between 8 and 10ft. Hardy. 
Rosa 'Dizzy Heights' (AGM-H6)
A relatively new climbing rose with shiny, dark green foliage alongside bright red new growth. Scarlet, scented blooms maturing to dark pink from summer through into autumn, with hardly a break. Received the 'Gold Standard Award' from the British Association of Rose Breeders. Suited to a sunny spot in any fertile, moist but well drained soil. Best to dead head as often as possible to promote quantity of blooms. Reaches a height of between 10 and 12ft. Hardy. 
Rosa 'Gardeners Glory' (AGM-H6) 
An excellent climber with fresh green, red tinted foliage and from early summer through to the first frosts, masses of highly scented, buttercup yellow flowers. Very good disease resistance. Received the 'Gold Standard Award' from the British Association of Rose Breeders. Suited to a sunny spot in any fertile, moist but well drained soil. Best to dead head as often as possible to promote quantity of blooms. Reaches a height of between 10 and 12ft. Hardy.
Rosa 'Penny Lane' (AGM-H6) 
An exceptional climbing rose producing lovely hybrid tea type flowers coloured pearly blush with a light apricot inner. The blooms are produced throughout summer alongside healthy, dark green, shiny foliage. Gold standard award winner 2008 and Rose of the year 1998. Suited to a sunny position in any fertile, well drained soil. Best to dead head as often as possible to promote quantity of blooms. Reaches a height of between 12 and 15ft. Hardy.
Rosa 'Leaping Salmon' (AGM-H6)
A lovely rose sometimes also sold as 'Emmannuelle' producing a spectacular show of highly scented, salmon pink flowers in early summer with a succession of blooms right through into autumn. The flowers open gracefully, last for quite some time and are very good for cutting. Suited to a sunny spot in any fertile, moist but well drained soil. Best to dead head as often as possible to promote quantity of blooms. Reaches a height of between 10 and 12ft. Hardy.
Schisandra rubriflora (AGM-H5)
A rarely seen, handsome, deciduous climber with slender glabrous shoots bearing fresh green foliage and during early summer, stunning, bright red flowers held on pendulous stalks. May produce red berries in autumn before the foliage turns buttery yellow and falls. Best given a spot in part shade out of any hot sun but tolerates full shade in any moist, fertile soil. Sulks in dry soils. Height will vary but around the 3 to 5m mark. Hardy and unusual.
 
Schisandra propinqua subsp. Sinensis - Not available 2017
An extremely rare and beautiful evergreen climber with distinctly ornamental, narrow, dark green leaves. Produces subtle yellow flowers in clusters from the leaf axils during summer and if pollinated, red berries in autumn. Suited to a good, humous rich, well drained soil in full sun or part shade where it can reach a height of over 5m. A tough climber if planted correctly and shelterd from cold winter winds. Very rarely offered for sale in the U.K.
 
Schizophragma hydrangeoides 'Moonlight'
A gorgeous deciduous climber producing silver-marbled, heart shaped leaves with deep green veins and handsome clusters of white flowers during summer. Foliage can show orangey yellow tints before falling in autumn. Suited to a moist, fertile soil in a cool spot that gets morning or late afternoon sun. Dislikes hot, sunny positions. A slow grower reaching a final height of
around 6m after many years. Can be pruned to keep at a smaller size if required. Hardy.
Schizophragma hydrangeoides 'Rose Sensation'
A seldom seen cultivar of this deciduous climber producing lush, dark green foliage and during mid summer handsome lacecap heads of white flowers and clear pink sterile florets. Foliage can show orangey yellow tints before falling in autumn. Suited to a moist, fertile soil in a cool spot that gets good morning or late afternoon sun. Dislikes hot, sunny positions. Fairly slow growing reaching a height of around 2 to 4m. Can be pruned to keep smaller if required. Hardy.
Trachelospermum asiaticum (AGM-H4)
A very attractive evergreen climber with masses of dark green foliage held on twining stems, which in mid summer are followed by loads of very fragrant, buff-centred, creamy flowers. Similar to Trachelospermum jasminoides but a bit tougher and with larger flowers. Still needs full sun, a decent well drained soil and preferably sited against a south west facing wall. Does not like winter wet and cold easterly winds. Can reach over 6m in height given time.
Trachelospermum jasminoides (AGM-H3/H4)
T.jasminoides is arguably one of the best evergreen climbers. Masses of dark green leaves are held upon twining stems, which in mid summer are followed by loads of tiny jasmine-like flowers that smell divine. Once the frost has been, the leaves take on fabulous autumn colour, from reds through to purple. Not bone hardy so full sun against a south west facing wall is ideal. Does not like winter wet and cold easterly winds. Can reach over 6m in height.
 
Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Variegatum' (AGM-H3/H4)
A stunning evergreen climber. Masses of oval, shiny leaves that have creamy-white margins and markings held on twining stems, which in mid summer are followed by loads of tiny jasmine-like flowers that smell divine. Once the frost has been, the leaves take on fabulous autumn colour, from reds through to purple. Not bone hardy so full sun against a south west facing wall is ideal. Does not like winter wet and cold easterly winds. Can reach over 4m.
 
Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Wilsonii'
A vigorous yet slow-growing, self-clinging, evergreen climber bearing lance-shaped, glossy, often bronze-flushed, dark green leaves with white veins. Foliage generally turns shades of red over winter. Clusters of strongly fragrant, creamy-white flowers during summer. Suited to any decent, well drained soil. Pretty tough but not bone hardy so full sun against a South 
West facing wall is ideal. Does not like winter wet and cold easterly winds. Can reach over 4m.

Vincetoxicum scandens 
This lovely herbaceous twiner has handsome leaves and bunches of small dark brown flowers, which in turn become long seed pods. In autumn the pods split open to reveal silky seeds. A strong grower that is an ideal plant for covering unsightly objects during summer. Will usually die back to the ground during winter unless planted in a very mild position. Suited to a sunny or partly shaded spot in any free draining soil. Rarely seen or offered for sale in the UK.
 
Vitis vinifera 'Purpurea' (AGM-H4)  
An attractive, vigorous large tendril-climber with deeply-lobed purple leaves during summer. In early autumn the leaf colour deepens and takes on lovely crimson tints before falling. Produces insignificant greenish flowers during summer followed by deep purple ornamental grapes. Loves a warm, sunny spot in a well drained, fertile soil where it can reach upto 8m in height. Winter prune while dormant if size needs restricting. V hardy if given drainage.
Wisteria
We generally have a good range of various cultivars available on the nursery.
 
 
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