Climber Seeds

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    This beautiful British native climber is attractive to birds (for seeds and shelter), bees and butterflies (nectar). It has huge trusses of fragrant, greenish-white flowers from July-August which are followed by most attractive fluffy white seed heads. It is best planted at the base of an established hedge and allowed to scramble through it. Birds such as Goldfinch and Greenfinch feed on the seed heads at Plant World but many more birds use it when they take the fluffy seed heads for nesting material, whilst Small Emerald and Chalk Carpet Moth caterpillars may feed on the foliage. ... Learn More


    (50+ seeds)


    Climbing up to 12 feet or more, this strong plant has sizeable fragrant blue or purple flowers which open in profusion on long, strong, swan's neck stems, from July to September, all on thin twining vines which are sparcely clad with leaves. R.H.S. 'AGM' Award Winner ... Learn More


    (4 seeds)


    A quite stunning Mexican climber which has all the assets, being quick-growing and vigorous (up to 6m!) with absolutely enormous, spectacular, pale violet or purple, "cup-and-saucer" flowers. Although it is usually grown as a half-hardy annual, it is actually a half-hardy perennial and often survives the winter outside in milder areas. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)


    An easy-to-grow low climber or scrambler, that from June until August will twine around less interesting shrubs bearing longish, downwards-facing flowers, which are slightly flared open and delicately marked, deep in the throat, in purple and black. ... Learn More



    This rarely seen scrambling/climbing plant has the the most exquisite, nodding, bell-shaped flowers in palest ice blue, with the bell-shaped blossoms being veined darker blue on the inside, and sumptous black, orange and maroon-painted centres. It prefers a well-drained sunny or semi-shaded spot in moist soil if possible and will happily scramble through shrubs or undergrowth. ... Learn More



    This is the most attractive climbing perennial you could wish to see. Broad fleshy leaves grow on twining stems which carry large, fabulous, flared starry flowers with narrow, pointed petals of deepest sky blue which stare upwards. Superficially looking like a dwarf clematis, this gem is rare in cultivation. ... Learn More



    These climbers bear the largest flowers of all codonopsis, each flared sky-blue star having a central eye, delicately pencilled in violet and mauve, and being up to 2 inches (5cm) wide or more. Unusually, the individual flowers on the vine can vary tremendously in size. These superb plants are tuberous herbaceous perennials that can twine to a height of at least 3m when mature, the tubers usually flowering in their second or third year from seed. ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)


    Pure white saucer-shaped flowers open on apple green stems carrying ovate, shallowly-serrated, thin textured, blue-green leaves. The slender, thread-like twining stems arise from a fleshy, deeply delving rootstock, and can climb for 2 meters or more through a shrub or a hedge, making a spectacular display as they go. This desirable plant comes from west and central Nepal in mountain shrubberies up to 3,600m. ... Learn More



    This plant is in a league of its own and is surely the most magnificent of all climbing codonopsis. Twining stems clad in pointed leaves produce countless large, waxy, clematis-like bells of greenish-yellow, which are delicately marked in maroon. Plants in our gardens ascend to an impressive ten feet and are stupendous in a richly prepared bed. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)


    Native to Northeast Asia and Korea, this very vigorous ornamental vine produces heart-shaped leaves and unusual-coloured bell-shaped, yellow-olive green flowers, delicately shaded on the exterior, in yellow and light purple. If you want a strong plant to cover a dead or ugly bush or tree this is the one for you! In China it is used in traditional medicine. ... Learn More


    (10+ seeds)


    This beautiful and unusual hardy climber from Western China makes long, hairy, ascending stems from which dangle unusually large, delicate, yellowish-green bells, soft milky-blue inside, which are beautifully striped and spotted purple within. The root is highly valued in China where it is used to make a tonic. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)


    This attractive climbing/scrambling plant will cover a small shrub in the rockery or peat garden with bright blue, flared, Periwinkle-like flowers in summer. It is also utterly hardy and perennial making deep tubers. ... Learn More



    This easy to grow perennial has beautiful green and yellow bell flowers with purple veins. It comes from the Gansu region of China, and will bloom the first year if sown early, thriving in a sunny to semi-shady location. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)


    This is certainly the king of climbing dicentras from Tibet and Nepal. Rapidly ascending stems carry hanging clusters of lemon flowers amidst delicate ferny foliage all summer long. Ours cloaks and colours-up a boring eight foot conifer before producing numerous sausage-like seed pods hanging on stringy stems. These change from green to purple in late autumn and winter making hanging necklaces!They finally die down to a deep hardy tuber in winter. ... Learn More


    (30+ seeds)


    A fascinating, rapid-growing annual climber which will often self-seed. Rapidly-ascending, twining stems carry a summer-long succession of yellow lockets.These grow into absolutely amazing large seed-pods resembling wrinkled red sausages! ... Learn More


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