Climber Seeds

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  1. CODONOPSIS PILOSULA

    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

    $3.65

  2. CODONOPSIS TANGSHEN

    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

    $3.78

  3. CODONOPSIS VIRIDIFLORA

    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

    $3.65

  4. DICENTRA SCANDENS

    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

    $3.78

  5. DICENTRA TORULOSA

    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

    $3.39

  6. ECCREMOCARPUS SCABER FLAME COLOURS

    A vigorous scrambler, perfect for covering an evergreen shrub, with red, orange or yellow tubular flowers, produced freely from June to October in multi-flowered trusses. Makes a hardy overwintering tuber, but flowers first year from seed. ... Learn More

    $2.94

  7. Gloriosa carsonii
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    GLORIOSA CARSONII

    This very rare, beautiful, slender, tuberous climber opens exquisite, exotic flowers, which are chocolate purple edged in lemon yellow, solitary, on long pedicels in leaf axils and usually angled downward with swept-back petals. It is happy either in containers or in warm soil, and is guaranteed to provoke a good amount of attention. It does needs support for the leaf tendrils to cling to and the planting medium should be freely draining, although these gems are tolerant of nutritionally poor soils. When trained into a compact form, it produces a magnificent display and is an exceptional conservatory plant! ... Learn More

    $4.80

  8. GLORIOSA LUTEA

    A new, rare and very lovely variation on the normally red-flowered climber. Large, golden flowers with reflexed petals adorn the numerous vigorous multi-branching stems in midsummer. A truly spectacular conservatory plant. ... Learn More

    $3.20

  9. GLORIOSA ROTHSCHILDIANA

    This easily grown and superlative climbing lily bears very large, reflexed, frilled yellow and crimson flowers. Twining stems carry thin leaves which terminate in a clinging tendrils. This is an ideal plant for a sheltered garden or conservatory. ... Learn More

    $4.10

  10. IPOMOEA 'CLARKE'S HEAVENLY BLUE'

    This showy climber produces a seemingly endless succession of huge, 4-5 inch, white-throated blue trumpets. Plants climb to more than 15 feet, producing flowers which open in the morning before fading in the afternoon, from July until October. ... Learn More

    $2.62

  11. LAPAGERIA ROSEA

    Chile's national flower is a rightful candidate for the world's most beautiful climber. Long, wax-like bell flowers, three-inches or more of lipstick red, decorate the twining stems. These vigorous plants prefer shade and need an acidic, lime-free compost, and will grow outside with shelter, and even survive the winter as a tuber if well-drained and protected from severe frost, but better enjoy and preserve their beauty in a shaded conservatory indoors. ... Learn More

    $5.70

  12. LATHYRUS CHILENSIS

    A delightful hardy, perennial climber, with the vigour of Lathyrus latifolius and may be a geographical variant, from the Chilean forest edges. Long stemmed sprays of large, delicate, pale icing pink flowers, excellent for cutting, from spring to late summer. ... Learn More

    $2.94

  13. LATHYRUS CHLORANTHUS

    This lovely native of Turkey and Asia Minor produces masses of unusual flowers in the most amazing colours.....lime-green shading to yellow. It grows very rapidly when well-fed, and quickly scrambles up any available hedge or support, or lacking these will make a large mound! This rarely-offered green-flowered variety has also been sold under the name "lemonade". Although it does best from an autumn sowing it can be sown at any time. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  14. LATHYRUS LATIFOLIUS 'RED PEARL'

    Heavy trusses of bright red, fleshy, substantial flowers, open on long, strong stems, which grow for a long time in spring and midsummer on this perpetual, bone hardy, very perennial old favourite. If possible try to plant it where it has good strong climbing support. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  15. LATHYRUS ROTUNDIFOLIUS

    An easy-to-grow plant bearing countless strong stems each carrying 6 to 10 large, terracotta to brick-red flowers, all summer long, amongst a compact mass of pretty, rounded leaves. This rather rare RHS 'Award of Garden Merit' Winner is the Persian version of the everlasting pea. ... Learn More

    $3.65

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