Climber Seeds

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Displaying seeds 1 - 15 of 102 in total
  1. ACTINIDIA KOLOMIKTA

    This large, vigorous deciduous climber bears twining stems with ovate leaves, those of mature plants tipped with silver, and later pink. The attractive white flowers, male and female, grow on separate plants! A gorgeous plant often grown for foliage effect. ... Learn More

    $5.86

  2. ADLUMIA FUNGOSA

    A rare and exquisite climbing poppy relative from North America. In spring rapidly ascending stems carrying corydalis-like ferny leaves, and thousands of pink, dicentra-like flowers which can quickly cover a framework or shrub. Although it is biennial, it is easy to grow and self-seeds readily! ... Learn More

    $3.66

  3. AKEBIA QUINATA

    A native of Japan, China and Korea, the climbing, very strong stems of this vigorous, hardy climber, bear five-part leaves, and very fragrant, chocolate-purple flowers, followed by violet, sausage-shaped, edible fruit pods which can be up to 4” long, and which split open revealing sizeable black seeds embedded in a whitish pulp, which is reputed to be edible but we do not recommend this......... ... Learn More

    $5.45

  4. ARGYREIA NERVOSA

    Large heart-shaped leaves make a stunning backdrop for the impressive, sizeable, trumpet shaped, purple-throated, paler purple flowers that later give way to unusually attractive furry seed pods. This perennial climbing vine will do well in your conservatory or warm glasshouse, but when you have reliable warmth outside it will ornament a pergola or wall, or will look fabulous even scrambling through a tree. Very few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $4.76

  5. ARISTOLOCHIA CHILENSIS

    An extremely lovely and unusual climber. Boomerang-shaped leaves on twining stems carrying strikingly beautifully marked, purple-green inflated flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.93

  6. ARISTOLOCHIA ELEGANS

    The "Calico flower" is a tender evergreen vine with most intriguing flowers and beautiful bright green heart shaped leaves which grow closely together to create a dense mass of foliage. In summer the vine produces quantities of 3 inch greenish-white flowers which have a s-curved tubular shape, flared at the mouth, resembling a 19th century Dutchman's pipe. The inside of the mouth is covered with a purplish-brown pattern reminiscent of calico fabric hence its name. Winged seeds are borne in dry capsules that split like small parachutes. In the wild these plants are important food sources for several species of butterflies. (Syn. A. littoralis. (RHS AWARD winner) ... Learn More

    $4.07

  7. ARISTOLOCHIA FIMBRIATA

    The quite amazing flowers consist of striking, strong, curved green tubes, with long hairs and interiors that are. These are produced all summer long and are surrounded by most attractive, heart-shaped, silver-veined leaves which festoon this very unusual, drought-resistant, trailing and climbing plant. Native to Argentina, Paraguay and southern Brazil, it also makes an excellent hanging basket plant! ... Learn More

    $4.62

  8. ARISTOLOCHIA GIGANTEA

    This vigorous climber has remarkable, huge flowers which are less smelly than those of Aristolochia grandiflora. It can rapidly cover a wall or fence, and in fact can actually be used as an annual outside. On more mature plants the bark is cork-like and deeply grooved. The beautiful leaves are egg or heart-shaped and densely covered with white hairs on the underside. The outstanding dark red flowers have creamy-pink veins and netting with a bright orange throat, and resemble a Dutchman's pipe and can measure up to 30 cm long and 15 cm wide. They produce a distinctly unusual and rather unpleasant odour to attract pollinating flies. It thrives best in a sunny spot with summer shade and is frost hardy to just below freezing point, or use in a cool conservatory. ... Learn More

    $6.56

  9. ARISTOLOCHIA LITTORALIS

    These elegant and unusual climbers bear large, yellow-throated flowers which are intricately marked with reddish-purple and take the form of a "Sherlock Holmes' pipe", and grow from the leaf axils. Once established they are very long-lived. ... Learn More

    $4.62

  10. BEAUMONTIA GRANDIFLORA

    A most valuable and exceptionally beautiful, evergreen twining plant for the cool greenhouse or conservatory, with rich green leaves that are hairy beneath, and bearing on well-ripened wood an abundance of beautiful, large, white, fragrant, bell-shaped flowers from spring until late summer. A strong and heavy climber, this plant will need a strong structure, as without support it will form a large mound, rather like a wisteria. Although Beaumontia is a tropical vine, it can tolerate a light frost for short periods. ... Learn More

    $4.69

  11. BERBERIDOPSIS BECKLERI

    This rare climber/twiner or low shrub bears smooth, ivy-like leaves and bunches of pendulous pink flowers. Its habit and foliage give it a marked resemblance to the lapageria from Chile, although this unique plant comes from New South Wales, Australia. It does best in soil which has been well cultivated before planting and contains organic material or peat. ... Learn More

    $4.00

  12. BIGNONIA UNGUIS-CATI

    In early summer dense sprays of bright yellow trumpet flowers erupt from amidst bright green glossy leaves on a slowly spreading woody vine. Bizarre cat's-claw-like tentacles are used by the plant to fix itself to almost any vertical surface. ... Learn More

    $3.31

  13. BILLARDIERA LONGIFLORA

    A choice Tasmanian climber grown outside for twenty years here. Thin twining stems produce creamy-yellow purple-tipped waxy flowers in spring. In autumn, outstandingly lovely clusters of deepest violet grape-sized berries appear. ... Learn More

    $4.35

  14. BILLARDIERA LONGIFLORA ALBA

    A nursery friend in Tasmania sent us a pod of the rare pure white form of this lovely climber. These plants make a perfect contrast when grown with the blue-berried form. ... Learn More

    $3.66

  15. BOMAREA HIRTELLA

    An absolute beauty from the edges of the cold Chilean jungle. Ascending, twining stems bearing glossy leaves end in multi-headed clusters of exotic, stunningly marked and speckled, alstroemeria-like, orange, yellow and red flowers. Huge seed pods slowly form, and then from October until Christmas these slowly split open, revealing the bright red seeds inside. This incredible plant makes very deep, long-lived tubers and is completely hardy here having withstood minus 15 Centigrade. ... Learn More

    $5.45

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