how to cover a wall with plants, and found that you can choose from vines or climbers: self-adhesive, for wall, for pergola, fencing, vine with decorative flowers, aromatic vines, etc.
Best known climbing plants:
- Wisteria to cover pergolas or arches. Has beautiful purple flowers and leaves:
Photo of Wisteria: meteored.com- Ivy for wall in the shade:
- Buganvilia or bougainvillea, begonias and Jasmines if you live in temperate or warm weather.
Photo of bougainvillea: sencilloyfacil.com Picture of bignonia: garden-mundani.info
Stock jazmin types: home-jardin.net- Clematis in moist weather, shaded at the base of the plant and sun flowers.
Photos: infojardin.comSelf-adhesive Vine
They hold their own with their roots or vacuum walls without artificial bindings:
- Ivy, Climbing Hydrangea (Hydrangea petiolaris), Campsis radicans, Parra virgin (Parthenocissus spp.)
- Parra virgin, Parthenocissus tricuspidata. Autumn coloring. Ivy (Hedera helix), climbing Ficus (Ficus pumila). Abroad in climates with little and weak frosts:
Fast-growing species. While not fully covering the pergola (3 or 4 years), put hanging baskets: Bell (Ipomoea tricolor), Knotgrass (Polygonum aubertii) gives white flowers, Belle de jour (Convolvulus tricolor)
Vine for fences or walls
- Ivy, Ipomoea, Jasmine, Honeysuckle (foliar mass and fragrant flowers), Celestina (Plumbago capensis, with blue flowers)
Decorative vine with flowers
-Campsis radicans, Campsis, Clematis, Jasminum, Lonicera, Polygonum, growing faster, Wisteria (Wisteria).
Aromatic vines: Cimbing rose, Jasmine, Honeysuckle, Night Blooming Jasmine
Picture of Night Blooming Jasmine fotonatura.org
Which of these plants you like the best? I think the easiest to maintain and will make everything looks green is the ivy and Virginia creeper .. What do you think?
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