Virginia Creeper – Parthenocissus Quinquefolia Troki

#SPOTLIGHT on Virginia Creeper Red Wall Troki – also known as Parthenocissus Quinquefolia Troki
Climbing plants can be divided into many sub-sections and one common way of differentiating them is by their method of climbing. Here we’re focussing on the creepers – these have their own way of clinging on to walls and structures by using small ariel roots or suckers to adhere to the surface. Read more Virginia Creeper – Parthenocissus Quinquefolia Troki

Evergreen Climbing Plants

Clinging to walls and fences, creating a living screen, climbers are one of the most popular types of plant in many UK gardens. Climbers can be trained against walls to ‘green’ and soften a building, disguising fences and ugly structures, as an evergreen screen against trellis, as a backdrop to other specimen plants, growing through the branches of trees to provide a second flourish of interest and even in some cases being used as a feature plant in their own right… Read more Evergreen Climbing Plants