Eye Catching Easily Growing Climbing Green Trellis
Climbing plants are great for creating screens and smothering ugly garden features or bare walls. Flowering climbers in particular make a really attractive feature in any garden. Colorful flowers attract butterflies, bees and other pollinating insects into your garden, which ensures a more productive vegetable or fruit garden.
Many climbing plants such as passion flower (passiflora), Boston ivy, or morning glory are easy to maintain by following a few simple gardening rules. It’s important to prune away dead or damaged growth to ensure a healthy plant. Pro tip: install the trellis when planting so you don't disturb the roots later.
These eye-catching vines hide eyesores, attract hummingbirds, and more!
- Climbing Rose:
Roses are the most favorite plants of gardeners as they evoke a sense of specialness, peace, nostalgia, romance and happiness. Climbing varieties are perfect for covering pergolas and arches. There is nothing better than a rose with many petals of fragrant blossoms in shades of white, pink, yellow, orange, blue, and red, and climbing roses are no different.
Clematis, one of the best pergola plants, clematis is a spectacular vine as it blooms profusely, normally beginning in spring.
This hardy perennial vine has gorgeous tube-shaped flowers. Honeysuckle flowers have a neutral aroma and increase manifold at dusk. These easy-care climbers produce clusters of tube-shaped flowers that attract hummingbirds, butterflies of several varieties and bees.
- Passion Flower:
Passiflora flower is a fast growing, hardy perennial in the tropics. The heady aroma, colorful flowers and edible fruit make it one of the most desirable climbing plants in your garden.
The intense aroma of Jasminum flower can be smelled from a distance. Jasmine blooms throughout the year in hot and humid climates. This delicate-looking perennial vine has creamy white flowers with the most heavenly sweet scent!
- Rangoon Creeper:
The sweet-scented flowers of this vine come in bright orange color that matches well with its bright green foliage. It climbs easily and does best in part or full sun. It also attracts pollinators!
- Trumpet Vine:
The Trumpet vine is a fast-growing climbing plant that produces loads of brightly colored, trumpet-shaped blooms from summer through fall. These orange, red, and yellow blossoms fill the vine with ease and complement its deep green leaflets. Each trumpet vine flower may appear in different colors (orange, yellow, or red). The flowers attract bees and hummingbirds.
Boston ivy is a vigorous vine that proliferates over rock walls, brick, and structures such as arbors and fences. Arbors, pergolas and gazebos located in Hedera, ivy is best. It is low-maintenance and tolerates weather adventures and offers a green color.
This perennial vine has papery bracts, or flowers, in electric pink or purple. The climbing varieties of bougainvillea are suitable for pergolas. This plant prefers a sunny position and does not like wet feet.
- Morning Glory:
Morning glories live up to their name, opening in the morning sunshine. Morning glory vine is relatively easy to grow, and it blooms quickly.
Add a touch of the tropics to your porch or patio with Mandevilla vine. This heat-tolerant vine comes in single and double white, red, pink, and red-and-white flowers. Mandevilla is considered an annual in temperate climates, but is an evergreen in warmer regions of the country.