Can u name some nice Climbing Plants & Shrubs that grow fast. . ?
Fast growers for quick cover - Clematis Montana is the fastest growing of all the clematis and also one of the easiest to grow. In perfect conditions it can grow to a height of 12m (40ft). If it is cut back by about one third after the first flowering this will encourage vigorous growth. Montana prefers alkaline soil and the roots and main stem need protecting from direct sunlight.
Virginia creeper is a hardy climber with warm red foliage in Autumn. Ideally should be given a horizontal support.
Honeysuckle comes is several varieties which are vigorous and hardy, with strongly scented flowers ranging in colour from pale creamy white to bright orange red. They prefer a lightly shaded spot, well drained soil and plenty of compost.
Russian Vine is probably the fastest wall cover of all, but can easily get out of hand as it can grow 5m (16ft) in one season.
Akebia quinata is a creeper with fragrant, deep purple flowers which will happily creep up any su ...more
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