Better Homes and Gardens Australia


Climbers are conquerors. They beat the battles with your budget, and vanquish eyesores and DIY disasters. They fill little spaces in small gardens but also spread to make a massive mural in larger yards. They drape walls and fences, posts and poles to soften hard edges while adding a third dimension. And, because climbers aspire, they also inspire!


The extraordinary and captivating flowers of this vine emerge in spring and fruit follows in summer. They’re subtropical, so if growing in cooler areas, choose a sunny, sheltered spot. Most are grafted, and sometimes the roots put out their own shoots – cut these

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