Beautiful Climbing Plants Options for Your Garden Features Part 1
Pergola, gate, arbor, fence, and its kind is the front part of the garden that has to be beautified nicely. It’s because those features will always welcome your people before entering the garden. You can decorate your garden features by covering one of them with a climbing plant. Read some options of vine below so that you can define beautiful vine for your garden feature.
Many people call this plant as yesterday-today-and-tomorrow plant or morning-noon-and-night plant because of its flower color changing. The common names of this shrub are Kiss Me Quick plant or Brazil raintree plant. This vine has a height about 2 to 5 meters and it comes from Brazil. This tropical plant has dense foliage and flower so that it is suitable to be planted in the arbor, pergola, or other garden features.
This plant has enthralling flowers, therefore, it is called true passiflora and wild passion vine in its common names. Due to its enthralling flowers, many pollinator insects attracted with this beautiful vines. They love to help the flowers to do the pollination process. Although the flowers of this vine only bloom a day, actually the flowers give a long impression due to their beauty. The passiflora vine native to Southeastern US which can be planted in the hot or cold area. This plant is very suitable for a pergola or potted plant because it has stems that can be elongated until more than 3 meters.
There are many types of jasmine, whether they are shrub or climbing. The Mucuna benetti is a unique type of jasmine which is shrub with its single corolla. Its common name is angel wings because it has thin petals that resemble the wings. If you plant this vine and want to have the dense flower, you have to frequently trim this plant.
Most people use this plant for their pergola, arch, or blind. This vine is unique because its flower stalks dangled down and each flower attaches to the stalks that dangled down. Besides that, this vine is flexible because it can live in highland or lowland.
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