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Weaving and climbing: photos and names of the most popular perennial plants for the garden, decoration of arbors and fences

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At all times, garden flowers were popular with the owners of estates and estates. Rich owners from different parts of Europe and the world brought plants to create their own luxurious greenhouses, to decorate summer residences. The time has passed, but the love for the climbing and weaving cultures remained. Gardeners-professionals and amateurs are still using them to try to diversify their site, to make a unique composition, etc.

It is almost impossible to imagine a garden, even the most modest, without spinning street flowers. Arbors and pergolas entwined with greenery, vertical gardening of walls and fences - all this adds comfort and originality, besides it helps to hide some of the shortcomings of the area and buildings, to zone the space.

Annuals and perennial vines

All braiding plants that are used in garden design can be divided into two large groups: annual and perennial. The classification is based on the duration of their growing season. Perennials can grow in one place for decades and each year bring joy to you with their blooming with new power. Annual plants have a limited growing season and die, as a rule, with the onset of the first frost. However, they have one feature for which gardeners love them so much - this is the most magnificent and abundant flowering. They, in comparison with perennials, are able to give the largest seasonal increase.

How to choose wicker flowers for the garden? And those and others. Thanks to the current variety of planting material, you can, firstly, achieve the effect of continuous flowering, and secondly, use each type where it is most appropriate. Of course, we should not forget about the climatic conditions; moreover, when choosing colors, one should be guided by this factor in the first place.

Let's start with the annual garden weaving flowers - as the most simple and versatile to use. We offer you a selection of the five most popular and spectacular plants.

Sweet pea

In our opinion, sweet peas are underestimated, since they are practically not in demand by landscape designers. And it is in vain, because the plant has its own unique charm. Without it, it is difficult to imagine such a popular style of Provence and the English garden. At the moment there are 10 groups of varieties and more than a thousand varieties. Powerful hybrids grow in 1-2 months up to 2 m in height, and from the middle of summer bushes are decorated with large flowers - “moths” (typical for all representatives of legumes) of a wide variety of bright shades, emitting a delicate aroma. There are also medium and undersized varieties. Such a variety allows you to create a harmonious multi-level composition.

Sweet pea belongs to the group of flowers most often used for the pergola. It is unpretentious, requires only regular watering and timely garter lashes. It prefers shady places where the sun falls in the afternoon. In the photo above - sweet peas in planting with clematis.

One of the most unpretentious climbing annuals is, of course, Ipomoea. With her strong green arms, she will embrace everything that gets in the way. This genus of flowering plants of the Vinecot family includes more than a thousand species, but several basic varieties are used in ornamental gardening, which gave rise to numerous hybrids.

Ipomoea prefers sunny, well-lit areas. The care is simple and undemanding. In the dry summer needs frequent watering.

Ipomoea - braiding flowers (photo above), most often used for decoration of fences and fences. At the same time, the type of support does not play a role: the neighboring tree, the wall of the house, etc. Ipomoea creates a living carpet, decorated with many large (up to 10 cm in diameter), intricately curved funnel-shaped colors. The palette of shades varies from white to dark blue, burgundy and rich purple. On the background of green foliage is a bright contrast.

Kobeyu can rightly be called the queen of annual weaving flowers (photo above). It stands out among a large variety of hybrids with large flowers in the form of wide bells, reaching 8 cm in diameter. The palette of shades: from white to rich, deep purple. The plant has a high growth rate and the ability to quickly grow green mass, it can easily stretch by 4 m over a season. The shoots are very tenacious with sensitive antennae, do not require additional garter and can crawl on any surface on their own. Flowering continues until the first frost. If desired, the roots of the Ipomoea can be dug up and stored until next spring in room conditions. However, as a rule, gardeners prefer to use it as an annual.

In terms of use, Kobe is universal. With its help, you can hide the most unsightly buildings and walls, decorate pergolas and gazebos, the walls of the house. True, there is one nuance: the green mass that the plant grows seems to be light only at first glance, therefore it is better if the support has enough strength.

Dolichos, or hyacinth beans

Can there be something brighter and more exotic in Russian gardens than flowering dolichos? These magnificent flowers are a novelty that deserves close attention. Gardeners often call it "climbing lilacs", which is associated with stunning large brushes of flowers that form on a plant in the middle of summer. Closer to the fall in their place appear no less decorative glossy pods of purple hue, which are also a kind of decoration.

Dolichos is a thermophilic plant. With good weather conditions, he is able to give a gain of up to 4 m in height over the summer. In this regard, professional designers prefer to use it for pergolas and arbors. The plant is not demanding to care. However, in central Russia, it is recommended to grow it through seedlings and plant it in a permanent place only after warm weather has established without the threat of frost.

Nasturtium in its homeland, in Central and South America, is a perennial. However, in our climatic conditions, these are annual flowers for gardening. The photo clearly demonstrates the magnificent warm golden range of shades characteristic of nasturtium. The plant is unpretentious and even in cool summer can grow up to 3 m in length. It prefers sunny and warm areas.

The shoots are covered with flowers, harmoniously combined with rounded bright green leaves. Experts recommend using it for decoration of arbors, as nasturtium is a natural remedy for annoying insects.

The listed annual species are only a small part of the plants that can be used for vertical gardening. In addition to beautiful flowering specimens, there are many deciduous and decorative. However, the palm still belongs to the perennial weaving flowers for the garden. You will find a photo, a name and a brief description of the most common cultures below.

Climbing Roses

If ordinary standard roses are the queens of the garden, then climbing roses are his princesses. They have long hanging shoots (2.5-9 m), for the normal development of which a strong support is simply necessary. Varieties can be remontant, ie, flowering almost throughout the season, or normal - with a single flowering. The flowers are simple or semi-double, collected in a large inflorescence, do not have a scent, are painted in a variety of shades of pink, red, white and yellow.

Climbing roses are the children of the sun, so it is best to plant them on the south and south-west side of the exposition. Warmth and abundance of light contribute to the maturation of growth, in which buds will appear next year. Roses are demanding to soil fertility and structure, they need to be cared for, so it’s impossible to just plant them and, as they say, forget. Otherwise, you will not see the abundance and beauty of flowers. Lash roses are central to the vertical garden landscaping. They are perfectly combined with small architectural forms, as well as irreplaceable when creating pergolas, arches, arbors, pyramids, columns, and building walls.

Clematis herb is one of the most popular garden plants. Gentle and charming, in beauty it makes a worthy competition to many exotic species. The plant is quite fastidious and requires constant care. But in return, it will thank you for a lush bloom. The spectacle is truly delightful, when up to five hundred large fragrant flowers bloom up to 15 cm in diameter on the liana. Depending on the variety, the weaving flowers can be terry or simple, and the color red, purple, pink, white, yellow, blue.

Clematis have good frost resistance, especially zoned varieties. This feature allows you to use them in the gardens of the Urals and Siberia with proper shelter for the winter. Use the plant for decorating a hedge, creating shade in the yard, weaving arches and arbors, masking outbuildings.

Brown Honeysuckle

Not all perennial flowers for the garden can boast such an original look as Brown's honeysuckle. It reaches its highest degree of decorativeness during the flowering period; however, the rest of the time, the bush is beautiful due to its large dark green leaves, densely located on shoots up to 2-3 m long.

The shrub in summer is completely covered with thick greens and beautiful flowers that resemble fuchsia and have a subtle pleasant aroma. The most common shade is red-orange. Flowers are large (up to 5 cm in length), not collected in inflorescences, so the bush looks even more elegant. Plant unpretentious, patiently endures adverse environmental conditions.

Honeysuckle Brown prefers well-lit places, without drafts and strong winds. The shrub is sensitive to the dryness of the soil, therefore it requires regular watering and mulching of protruding roots. It is not capable of self-pollination, therefore it is recommended to plant several specimens alongside.

Designers for the design of the landscape, these perennial flowers, or rather, shrubs, are used in several directions: creating a hedge, vertical gardening (pergolas, gazebos), trellis, individual single plantings with support.

Wisteria, or wisteria, is a perennial species of climbing garden plant belonging to the Legumes family. It is a very popular beautifully flowering liana and is widely used in landscape design in regions and countries with a mild climate. In Russia, it can be found on the Black Sea coast or in the Crimea. You can not go past its spectacular inflorescences up to 50 cm long, which can be painted in pink, white, blue, purple.

Until recently, the middle zone of Russia, this magnificence was not available. Bushes simply freeze in cold winters. However, the selection of plants, including and weaving garden flowers, does not stand still. In the US state of Minnesota, a frost-resistant type of wisteria marostachia called Blue Moon was developed. The plant can withstand temperatures as low as -40 ° C.

The main thing for creepers is warm. Therefore, experts recommend planting it closer to buildings and walls. They will serve not only as a support, but also as additional sources of heat.

Campsis is the champion of growth rate among all other climbing perennials. Literally in a couple of seasons, under proper conditions, its shoots are stretched to a length of up to 3 m, completely braiding arbors and arches. It is resistant to adverse weather conditions, cold weather and at the same time has a modest, but decent beauty, pleasing the eye. Kampsis on your site will grow "by itself", without requiring special attention, except periodic watering. For the winter, the root system is covered.

The plant has beautiful flowers of unusual shape, usually orange, odorless. Liana is sometimes called "aggressive" due to the fact that it gives abundant root growth, which develops like yeast. This feature can be used for good. It is enough to plant a campsis where nothing else grows (the farthest corners of the garden, unsightly buildings, etc.).

What to choose?

When choosing wicker flowers (the photos and names of the most popular ones are presented above) for your garden, first of all match the possibilities with the goals. If you want to get a lush green carpet, decorated with flowers, in a short time, then resort to annual plants. They literally will gaze around the gazebo or fence, at the same time hiding all the defects of the site. If you plan to arrange a place to rest for a long period, then it makes sense to think about perennial climbing flowers. They will grow longer, but the annual question of what to plant this time will disappear.

When leaning towards the choice of one or another option, you need to take into account some nuances in advance. So, climbing plants, such as Kampsis, do not require special support. They will perfectly climb on the walls of stone or brick.

Clinging garden plants, such as sweet peas, are suitable for thin grids or strained wires, to which their thin antennae will cling.

For leaning lianas (wisteria, honeysuckle) it will be necessary to build a trellis or arches, pergolas. They cannot fix up on a vertical surface on their own, but they wrap it very tightly and tightly. Semiliana, in particular climbing roses, require not only supports, but also additional fastening and garters.

Beautifully blooming and curly perennials

Consider what climbing plants can be planted along the fence or around the gazebo, veranda and any fence.

Gardeners believe that in the ranking of popularity and attractiveness among climbers - representatives of the decorative flora - in the first place are waving (or climbing) roses. The rich selection of these plants, which nature has awarded the most unusual forms and colors, amazes.

A perennial plant that does not require special care will be able to breed even a gardener in his summer cottage who has just started breeding various green spaces: you just need to plant a bush in the southern or south-western part of the exhibition, because it is there that is well lit. Then after a certain period of time, fertilize the rose and water it abundantly.

The soil around the roses can be sprinkled with grass, humus, straw, sawdust. Fertilizing fertilizer will not harm plants.

Although roses and unpretentious care, but with the onset of autumn cold weather will attract your attention in order to prune long shoots up to three meters, which grew during the summer season, and make additional shelter for the winter.

Climbing rose decorate any fence

Most of the varieties of climbing roses begin to bloom in the first half of June, giving you and your guests a pleasant impression of the beauty of their bloom for three to four weeks. In the other months of the year, your fence will be decorated only with thick foliage plants.

Light-loving plants of the greatest splendor and decorative flowering reach only in well-lit areas.

Many-sided and fabulously beautiful flowers - clematis - are at the same high level of popularity among the owners of personal plots as climbing roses.

Flowers, like stars, are revealed on the shoots in early June and will please the eye with its unusual flowering before the onset of the autumn period. After flowering, clematis seeds appear on the bushes. They are so decorative that they will continue to decorate the area until the winter season.

A wide variety of species and varieties contributes to the demand for clematis at the dacha. Grassy varieties can be planted on the lawn; cozy clematis will look close to the pond. Shrubs will veil low fences and terraces.

Curly varieties braid vertical surfaces: the walls of houses, gazebos, fences, arches, special supports and accessories - and you will find yourself in a fairy tale. The clematis will be supported by pergolas, openwork elements of buildings or a grid.

For comfortable growth, clematis need fertile soil, sun, moisture and protection from the wind. If you create good conditions and properly cut the shoots, then before the onset of the first frost, you can extend the flowering of clematis.

Root clematis cover, protecting from frost.

In the photo below is an open veranda dotted with clematis flowers.

Among the delicious exotic plants can be noted a number of the best frost-resistant and winter-hardy varieties. For example, the ballerina liana, which was named after the famous 20th century ballerina Maya Plisetskaya, blooms from May to September, has beautiful white flowers with a diameter of 15 centimeters, rises to a height of three meters on the supports.

Also adapted to the cold winters is the Nelli Moser variety. Цветки этого клематиса по форме напоминают звёздочки и имеют светло — розовые лепестки, похожие на цветки цветущей весенней яблони. Цветут они в мае и июне. Зато красота их цветения компенсирует недолговечность.They are planted, as a rule, not far from home.

The variety Nikolay Rubtsov is also not afraid of a cold climate. It is suitable for those gardeners who love bright colors. The flowers of this plant are purple-pink with a lighter stripe on the petals, reaching 14 centimeters in diameter. Clematis of this variety bloom from July to October.

Creeping creepers

The ideal option for decorating the fence are creeping vines. They have small suckers - roots, thanks to which they, like "climbers", can climb (crawl) to any height, easily planting trees around a dense fence of three to four meters. This ability to climbing and twisting appeared in vines in an evolutionary way so that they receive more light.

In the photo below - actinidia: the plant gradually grows, closing the gray wall:

Such creeping vines, such as honeysuckle, petiolous hydrangea, campsis, do not require special care.

In spring or autumn, you can plant creeping creepers along a support, fence or solid fence, and then watch how strong strong creeper stems of vines rapidly conquer peaks after a year as they climb the fence, like climbers, and as if weaving a carpet of green leaves.

Among the climbing plants of annuals, it is worth mentioning sweet peas, bindweed, prickly fruit, Mexican ivy, ipomeyu, visloplodnik and others.

Beautifully flowering shrub liana is a stalked hydrangea, which beautifully winds on the fence, easily climbs on various supports to a height of eight to twenty meters.

Since the hydrangea is the owner of a very bright green foliage and a charming aroma, this can make it one of the best decorations of any backyard.

Will attract the attention of gardeners liana-like hydrangea "Miranda". It blooms all three summer months, grows to five meters.

It has snow-white flowers, and its green leaves are decorated with light - yellow edging. Miranda loves the shadow.

The soil should be wet and loose and have an increased level of acidity.

An interesting in their own way hydrangea is oak-leaved, which is a thermophilic plant. Her leaves look like oak leaves, she has beautiful cone-shaped inflorescences with lace flowers. This type of hydrangea blooms for a long time, and in the fall season will delight the inhabitants of the site with its bright purple color of dense foliage.

The task of decorating durable fences made of brick, concrete and stone will perfectly cope with wisteria.

The photo below shows wisteria of makrostahiya of Blue Moon variety:

The sun-loving liana is decorated with various shades of lilac, snow-white, pink tassels of small flowers and easily turn a very unattractive fence into a neat fence of your site and hide all the flaws.

In the works on aesthetic gardening of household plots, the following plants are most often used (remember their names!):

    Wisteria Chinese - fast-growing deciduous vine, reaches a height of 20 m. In the summer season it is decorated with loose buds with light purple and sometimes white fragrant flowers (their scent resembles the smell of fruit). The soil is not demanding, but loves a moist fertile soil. Grows counterclockwise Wisteria arch decoration

Very thermophilic deciduous liana Campsis is known to a large number of gardeners because of its extraordinary orange flowers, which look like small gramophone records.

Blooming after about June 15, this creeper improves the mood of the owners with its decorative flowering before the onset of the autumn season. She is not afraid of any weather: withstands low temperatures up to 20 degrees below zero. Campsis - unpretentious, shade-loving, smoke and gas resistant. For a couple of years Campsis will grow into a luxurious liana. The ideal solution for the regions of the Urals and Siberia.

If you are a novice gardener, then Kampsis is for you!

If you make fertilizer and pruning in time, it will allow you to keep the plant in its proper decorative form and in a compact form for the entire seasonal period.

The honeysuckle plant that is picky in its care will help not only to form both freely growing and clipping fences, to decorate fences and various structures, but also to help create a good mood by adding a special aura.

The photo shows an example of an arch decorated with decorative honeysuckle:

Demand for it at gardeners grows every year. Probably, honeysuckle is a leader in the absence of demanding care, it almost does not get sick. Climbing beautiful plant is very fond of the area illuminated by the sun, but partial shade will allow.

The lower branches of this plant should be in the shade. The soil should also be well warmed. Honeysuckle loves moisture, but does not like the wind. If you feed her with organic fertilizer, she will reward you for this with her rapid growth and elegant flowering.

Peak beauty honeysuckle reaches in the period when it blooms - in June. Delicate graceful flowers, which are collected in inflorescences, can have the most extraordinary shades, ranging from white and yellow undertones to a stunning symbiosis of pink and orange.

The most attractive for gardeners are the following varieties:

  • "Orphan" - blooming (from June to September), a variety of honeysuckle, with leaves on one side dark green, and on the other - gray and fragrant dark red flowers with a cream core,
  • "Honeysuckle of Korolkov" - deciduous (from May to June) deciduous shrubs, reaching a height of three meters, having broadly ovate leaves of green-blue shade and pink flowers,
  • "Graham Thomas"- fast-growing and flowering (from June to October) shrub, reaching a height of up to 5 meters and having white or cream flowers that turn yellow after flowering.

Girlish grapes

The maiden grape is a root liana that does not require the creation of certain conditions for its growth. It is frost-resistant, shade-tolerant, not sick.

The main attractive feature of this plant is, of course, its ornamental foliage, painted in the autumn period in extraordinary beautiful dark crimson shades, which no other plant has in the fall.

It seems that the carved grape leaves were touched by the artist's brush. This vine doesn’t really matter in which place it will grow or what the ground will be.

Below is a photo of a decorative vine vine:

Fast-growing grape vines cover all free space: their branches quickly adorn the walls, growing to 20 meters, so from spring to autumn, for example, fences entwined with its skillful branches with carved leaves will look just fine.

Care for the girl's grapes will be only in the time of pruning, which will prevent too much growth and thickening of this plant.

Ivy grows very quickly, and its vines can reach up to 20 meters, so it is one of the most popular elements of gardening. Its characteristic and attractive features for gardeners are the resilience and simplicity that not every woven plant has.

It usually blooms from August to October. Ivy leaves can be greenish-white or dark green.

In the photo - a wall covered with ivy: a fast-growing plant helps in a short time to hide the shortcomings of an unpresentable view of the facade of the house or the lack of exterior decoration:

The walls of vertical structures and fences entwined with ivy will become a beautiful second plan for those plants that will bloom in spring - tulips and daffodils, as well as those who will delight with their flowering in summer: roses, coriopsis, gladioli.

Look at the review of popular climbing plants for central Russia and Siberia for decorating fences, arbors in a private house - with photos and names:

Adding an article to a new collection

Perennial plants are good because they can be grown in one place without transplanting for several years. They are best suited for decorating gazebos.

If you are going to plant vines in the garden, pay attention to the unpretentious, but at the same time beautifully flowering vines. We have compiled a list of plants that are ideal for growing in a garden on supports or for planting near a recreation area:

  • Clematis,
  • climbing roses,
  • Kampsis
  • honeysuckle,
  • girlish grapes
  • wisteria,
  • evergreen ivy.

This climbing plant is one of the most popular liana dwellers of our summer cottages. And this is quite justified: it grows quickly enough, it blooms very beautifully. And although the choice of varieties is quite extensive, for long-term cultivation is to choose winter-hardy and not too demanding varieties.

Clematis flowers are very diverse. In different varieties they take bizarre forms: an open bowl, a drooping bell, a half-open pitcher. Buds can be painted in all colors of the rainbow, and even with interesting transitions of tones and modulations of shades. Liana blooms all summer.

Varieties of climbing plants

Climbing plants are divided into several categories according to various characteristics, including the life cycle (annual and perennial), as well as on the principle of growth and on the structure of the stem (grass and tree).

Loach creeping, climbing, clinging

This division is based on the technique of mastering the plant height:

    • Creeping. Plants that can curl upwards only with the help of additional support. Without a house wall or decorative tapestry, they simply carpet the ground. Representatives - euonymus, climbing rose.

    • Climbing. These individuals do very well without special support. Any vertical wall with a rough surface (brick, concrete) is enough for them to confidently reach upwards with the help of their root-suckers. Representatives - kampsis, grapes maiden, hydrangea.

  • Clinging They rise along specially constructed supports due to special stem processes in the form of antennae, which firmly encircle the elements of support. Representatives - Amur grapes, ampelopsis.

Tree and grass vines

As you might guess, the structure of the tree-like perennial loach resembles the structure of a shrub or tree.

It also has a tree trunk and with each spring continues to grow from the mark to which it stretched a year earlier.

Tree perennials are divided into winter-hardy and those that in the open frost do not tolerate.

The first for the winter is left on supports, while the latter are removed from the supports and placed in winter shelters.

As for perennial herbaceous vines, then on the eve of the winter cold they die off, so that in the spring new shoots from their roots appear.

Perennial Benefits

Perennial climbing flora has a number of advantages, which are especially noticeable against the background of one-year-old “brothers”. Among these advantages, in particular, are:

    • Perennial lianas, unlike annual and heat-loving, more often show good resistance to cold. Thanks to this, they can be cultivated and enjoyed for several years.

    • Growing upright lianas for landing does not require much space. Often enough for this plot of land 40–60 cm wide.

    • Caring for climbing perennials is much easier than for annual flowers.

    • Densely overgrown perennial individuals - an excellent protection from the wind. In addition, they form an additional comfortable noise insulation layer.

    • Such plants are a real find for an inventive landscape designer. With their help, you can create the most bizarre art designs and artificial grottoes that greatly contribute to high-quality relaxation.

  • It is almost impossible to imagine without loaches the decoration of decorative garden arbors. In the practice of garden gardening, pergolas have been used for a long time and successfully - special Italian-style arbors, as much as possible entwined with vertically growing greens and flowers.

    • Along with the "decorating" capabilities, densely planted climbers well hide the flaws of the structures and mask not quite nice buildings and objects (barns, workshops, garages, basements, dumps).

  • Loachywood thickets attract the attention of birds seeking shelter for nesting. Needless to say, it is important for the garden and vegetable garden the close proximity of these active fighters of various insect pests.

Curly Perennial Flowers

Today, a variety of perennial deciduous and flower plants are used in landscape design. Among the flowers there is a special group that is most popular with garden-dacha aesthetes.

A typical perennial up to 3.5 m high, loves heat and light. It has a beautiful stem with extensive branching. The peak of attractiveness comes during the flowering period, when large white, pink, purple or blue flowers look great against the background of velvety green foliage.

Aconite winding

On poorly twisted stems, rarely growing in height above 2 m, flowers of various shades can be seen - blue, lilac, purple-blue, white with violet bloom. Prefers penumbra and soil with moderate moisture. Good weathering frost.

Pedicel hydrangea

Very spectacular flower plant. Over time, it can completely hide the arbor or veranda under an exotic vertical carpet of bright rich colors. An ideal crop for planting in areas with fertile and acidic soils.

Honeysuckle Capricole

This strong-growing perennial (up to 6 m and above) impresses with its amazing colors. Filling the heady aroma of the whole garden, honeysuckle pleases with a stunning variety of pink, red, purple flowers.

Favorite gardeners for fast growth, long flowering and large bright flowers. They can be either one-color or two-color (white-pink, yellow-lilac, etc.). Prefer illuminated windless areas on fertile soils.

These tall, 3 m and higher, long-livers (live up to 20 years) have a very unpretentious attitude to soil quality and irrigation, frost resistance and attractive flowers. Pleased with a rich range of juicy colors

Climbing Rose

A very popular option for vertical gardening. It is divided into two varieties - into plants that bloom once a season, but very abundantly, and into individuals that bloom less densely, but twice a season.

Unusually beautiful plant with flowing openwork leaves and magnificent long (up to half a meter) floral tassels. Disadvantage: quite capricious, does not tolerate frosts. Requires pruning twice a year.


And how to grow aster seedlings, you can read here.

Care for curly flowers

In order for your plants to please you for years, you need to follow a number of simple general rules:

    • Properly prepare the prop. It should be consistent with the nature of the growth of vines, be strong and not be afraid of strong winds and heavy rains,

    • The preferred chess order placement of diverse plants. We recommend an odd number of individuals

    • It is necessary to perform the cutting of plants in time, water and fertilize them according to the schedule,

    • We must not forget about the protection of perennials from pests and weeding. Poor weeds are bad for water-food balance,

    • Mandatory regular garter of tall specimens and removal of wilted (dried) flowers,

  • It is very important to maintain the soil around the root system in a loosened state. This will improve the ventilation of the roots and the supply of nutrients.

How to grow curly perennial flowers on the site, see the video:

Perennial Curly Flowers

Weaving flowers belong to the family of Buttercups. The common name for clematis is forest grapes.

Sorta

  1. Zhakmana - winding flower with shoots up to 4 m in length. Large inflorescences of blue-violet color, without pronounced aroma.
  2. Patents - clematis creeper creeps reach 3 m in length. Single terry flowers are saturated with purple tones.
  3. Vititsella - curly shoots up to 3 m. Opened flowers with bright red or lilac color.
  4. Lanuginosa is a perennial plant for a garden with thin vines up to 2 m long. The flowers are white, blue and pink.
  5. Integrifolia - climbing vigorous shrubs up to 1.5 m in height. Bell-shaped forms of inflorescences reach 12 cm in diameter.
  6. Florida - weaving clematis with long vines (3-4 m). Pastel colors of flowers differ in the opened form.

Planting a plant

For bushes do landing pit (50x50x50 cm) and fall asleep with the nutrient mixture:

  • 1 humus bucket,
  • 1 cup of chalk
  • 5 kg of peat,
  • 5 kg of river sand,
  • 300 grams of ash.

Clematis cuttings are planted in early autumn. If the climbing plant is placed near the wall of the garden house, the roof drainage is done in advance, in order to avoid direct precipitation.

Garden ivy

Ivy (Heder) - perennial shrub belongs to the Araliah family. Clinging shoots of plants grow to 30 m. Spreading dark green crown, with small umbrella-shaped flowers, is widely used in landscape design.

Ivy is unpretentious and grows well in the shaded corners of the garden plot. It is used to disguise unsightly buildings, as well as to decorate the walls of houses and arches.

The header branches form airy adventitious roots. In early summer, shoots are cut into cuttings and rooted in loose fertilized soil. Между саженцами вьющегося кустарника оставляют расстояние не меньше 0,5 м. Чтобы уберечь корни от зимнего вымерзания, высаживать растение рекомендуется на возвышенных местах.

Вьющиеся растение не капризно и отлично приспосабливается на любых видах почвы. Для сбережения влаги участок вокруг плюща мульчируют.To ensure air access to the roots, the earth below the plant periodically loosened.

Annual Climbing Flowers

Azarina (Maurandia) refers to the decorative appearance of lianas. Climbing plant will decorate the fence and the walls of the garden houses dense dark green crown. The flowers look like bells with an elongated center. Buds form clusters and have a variety of colors.

Shrub grows in all directions. If asarin does not provide support, then winding branches will begin to fall to the ground. Therefore, it can be used as an ampelous plant - planted in pots and hanging vases.

Seeds for seedlings are sown only in decontaminated soil. Containers with the earth put in the microwave for 5 minutes and calcined at full power. A suitable landing time is mid-February. In the future, garden asarin multiplied by grafting.

In tropical countries, flower grown as a perennial. In our climate, asarin does not stand up to the harsh winter, and is used on garden plots as an annual plant.

Liana prefers open sunny places, and in dry weather requires daily watering. During the period of rapid flowering, it is desirable to apply fertilizers based on phosphorus and potassium.

Curly nasturtium

Nasturtium homeland - Central America. Under natural conditions it grows like perennial flower, in central Russia is grown only as an annual. A plant with long vines, and depending on the species, various inflorescences: double, simple, semi-double.

Abundant flowering begins in early summer and lasts until late autumn. In folk medicine, nasturtium is used to treat pulmonary diseases. In cooking, exotic capers can be replaced by the fruits of a flower.

Liana is heat-loving and prefers open sunny places. It survives well on loamy and sandy soils. If you overdo it with fertilizer, the shrub will actively build up green mass and stop blooming.

Seeds of nasturtium are sown in a tank with peat. The optimal time for landing is mid-April. Sprouts are planted on the garden plot in early June.

In warm climatic conditions, curly flowers can be sown immediately in open ground (May - June). Before planting, seeds are soaked in settled water overnight.

Weaving flowers belong to the family Vyunkovyh. Stem with heart-shaped leaves grows in length of 6–8 m. The color of buds varies from white to dark purple shades. Funnel-shaped inflorescences bloom daily, and fade in the evening. Climbing plants are in perfect harmony with other ornamental shrubs.

Known more 20 types of decorative ipomoeaThe following varieties are grown in Russia:

  • purple,
  • kamokoklit,
  • water,
  • tricolor
  • ivy-shaped
  • terry,
  • moonflower
  • sweet potato.

The climbing garden plant is sown in early May. Large flower seeds slightly deepen into open ground and immediately watered with settled water. The bush is unpretentious and actively grows on any soils.

To maintain the crown, the flower needs provide strong support. Lush creepers are resistant to disease and attack of pests. During the growing season, ipomeia is fed with phosphorus-based fertilizers.

Climbing plants for the garden won recognition not only among landscape designers, but also amateur gardeners. The unlimited variety of types of shrubs makes wicker plants the most common decoration of summer cottages.

Which vines to choose - perennial or annual

Both those and others have their advantages, features and disadvantages. Curly annuals are distinguished by lush bright colors, perennial plants are cold-resistant, do not die in winter, and usually do not require special care. Council of gardeners - should be planted different plants.

The beauty and uniqueness of each species together and separately make up their unique composition and comfort on the garden plot, which once again underlines the wonderful photos of climbing plants for the garden.

Curly Perennials

Many growers call climbing roses the most favorite climbing plants. No vocabulary can properly describe their tenderness and beauty. Climbing roses are divided into two varieties - those that bloom profusely once a year, and blooming twice a season. You can admire them to infinity. A huge color palette, undemanding care, easy reproduction makes them welcome decorations on any garden plot.

Clematis. Gentle creepers with huge violent colors simply fascinate the eyes of others. Clematis flowers bloom in late June and delight the surrounding world with its beauty until mid-September. They are monochrome or terry. Color palette - from white to deep purple. The plant loves watering, sunny and windless garden plots and regular fertilization.

Honeysuckle. Unpretentious climbing plant, which feels good and in semi-illuminated places. Fragrant, delicate inflorescences delight their owners with a variety of colors - pink, purple, red shades.

Ivy. And although many gardeners and gardeners prefer flowering climbing vines, evergreen ivy can compete with them. It grows a bit slow, but reliably braids all nearby vertical surfaces. Any place where ivy will be planted will be his home, but with only one condition - regular watering and fertilizer supply. Surely a gazebo near the house, completely covered with ivy - the dream of many romantics and lovers.

Girlish grapes. Universal liana, which is especially beautiful and picturesque in the autumn period. A real find for decorating a garden plot at the end of September, when nature loses its freshness and bright colors. Thick scourge of grapes protect and braid all the necessary surfaces.

One-year creepers

The advantage of annual climbers is that experienced gardeners successfully experiment with their species and varieties. And every year their favorite flower beds and supports in their garden look original and different. The following annuals are considered the most cheerful and unpretentious:

Ipomoea. Fast-growing thermophilic juicy flower. With the help of Ipomoea, you can decorate the fence from the “Rabitz” mesh, plant the seeds of the plant in containers and make an elegant and bright apartment balcony. Ipomoea practically does not require special care, and its violet, blue and crimson gramophone records themselves are woven into fancy and delicate compositions.

Sweet pea. The name of the plant clearly makes it clear that its flowers are capable of giving others a delicate and pleasant aroma. Bright juicy shades and ease of care turned sweet peas into a real fragrant decoration of hedges, loggias and arbors.

Kobei Noble and beautiful flowers Kobey are white, cream and lilac color. The plant is ideal for vertical gardening. Kobe is probably the only annual plant that needs fertilized soil and watering every day.

Once you have tried to grow any vines in your garden, no flower lover will be able to discard them. All the climbing plants for the garden, planted side by side and separately, make up the comfort and design of the site, which help to get an energy boost and a quiet joy from admiring and contemplating these colors.

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