VINES CREEPERS OR CLIMBING PLANTS TO FILL WALLS IN THE GARDEN

I want to cover walls of my garden, so people can see all the green background. Searching the internet, I found this artwork made of vines and creepers and other plants, which is like a giant face.
Vines, creepers and climbing plants to fill the walls in your garden
I do not think my gardener can do something like this, so looking for something more simple, I tried to figure out 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:
Vines, creepers and climbing plants to fill the walls in your garden
Photo of Wisteria: meteored.com
- Ivy for wall in the shade:
Vines, creepers and climbing plants to fill the walls in your garden
Vines, creepers and climbing plants to fill the walls in your garden
- Honeysuckle (Lonicera Etruscan) is used to cover smoothly the space in your garden. Honeysuckle is an evergreen climbing plant, opposite and oval that can reach a height of two meters.
- Buganvilia or bougainvillea, begonias and Jasmines if you live in temperate or warm weather.
Vines, creepers and climbing plants to fill the walls in your gardenVines, creepers and climbing plants to fill the walls in your garden
Photo of bougainvillea: sencilloyfacil.com                 Picture of bignonia: garden-mundani.info
Vines, creepers and climbing plants to fill the walls in your garden
Stock jazmin types: home-jardin.net
- Clematis in moist weather, shaded at the base of the plant and sun flowers.
Vines, creepers and climbing plants to fill the walls in your garden
- Rosal climbing in the sun.
Vines, creepers and climbing plants to fill the walls in your garden
Photos: infojardin.com
Self-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.)
Wall Creeper
- Parra virgin, Parthenocissus tricuspidata. Autumn coloring. Ivy (Hedera helix), climbing Ficus (Ficus pumila). Abroad in climates with little and weak frosts:
Vines, creepers and climbing plants to fill the walls in your garden
Vine for pergola
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
Vines, creepers and climbing plants to fill the walls in your garden
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?

Via: Garden and Terrace Decoration 

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