35,857 climbing plants Traditional Home Design Photos

Amy Renea
Longwood Gardens Vegetable Garden
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doubles your planting space - squash climbs trellis & lettuce underneath
like the trellis for vines and lettuce planted underneath
sturdy angled trellis for heavy climbing plants (squash or watermelon)
vines start climbing the trellis, they provide shade for lettuces underneath.
trellis laid on an angle for climbing plants. This trellis is a good solution for heavier climbers such as squash and watermelon because of its thickness and strength of the wood panel. Once the vines start climbing the trellis
is a squash trellis - lettuce & kale can be planted under this to keep it cool.....
Across from the asparagus patch is a trellis laid on an angle for climbing plants. This trellis is a good solution for heavier
“This is a squash trellis - lettuce & kale can be planted under this to keep it cool.....” — mvenier
Amy Noel Design
11 Reviews
Montera
Ideabooks1,592
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the whole picture what is the plant with white flowers
Would also love to know name of the beautiful flowering plant on picture
Climbing plant but purple not white
Stone wall. Climbing plants. Iron furniture.
love the stone & plants - overgrown look
Love the colors, the cushions and the plants
Like the seating and plants in a small area
“Furniture” — hwat210
Haddonstone Ltd
Haddonstone - Follies
Ideabooks1,451
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tombstones. Arched windows, pillars or even just sections of stonework can add that touch of mystery while also creating a great framework for climbing plants. Old stonework can be found in reclamation yards; realistic reproductions, such as these, are also available.
tombstones. Arched windows, pillars or even just sections of stonework can add that touch of mystery while also creating a great framework for climbing plants. Old stonework can be found in reclamation yards; realistic reproductions, such as these, are also available.
“Landscape” — kimglessner
Tatiana
Old Farm
Ideabooks24,952
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I lived in Ohio and it bloomed in 3 years. I would estimate the above growth to be spring of the plant's second season if it was planted from a pot.
wisterias are planted. On the outside away from the patio space.
arbor with what looks like wisteria…..love the climbing/flowering/deciduous look
Pergola with greenery and hanging plants.
lanterns and hanging plants from their rafters.
wisteria leaves soften a pergola, blurring the lines between hardscape and garden. Start from grafted plants vs. seedlings for quicker blooms. Wisteria is best suited to USDA climate zones 5-8. Train new plants by choosing one or a few stems to form a leader and clip off unwanted starts that sprout from the
to $1,000 in lumber. These architectural structures define outdoor rooms, and you can suspend items like candleholders, paper lanterns and hanging plants from their rafters.More: DIY: Turn Your Carport Into an Outdoor Dining RoomOutdoor Rooms: The Perfect Pergola
“Pergola and patio” — plwlane
Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
Ideabooks21,686
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All planting design by Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
What climber is on the trellis? Is it Clematis or climbing hydrangea?
is there a photo of front of house showing foundation plants etc?
These are Clematis paniculata, Autumn Clematis, two years after planting!
These vines are Autumn Clematis, Clematis paniculata. They are planted behind the boxwood hedge because they like shaded roots and trained up the fence with string. Once
Is the sweet autumn clematis planted in pots? I have planted in ground but wasn't sure how well it would do (or how long it could withstand) in a planter vs ground?
what are the white cascading flowers ?These are Clematis paniculata, Autumn Clematis, two years after planting! July 11, 2013 at 4:30pm
“Love the climbing roses” — kdefenbaugh
Conte & Conte, LLC
5 Reviews
Pergola by the Patio
Ideabooks5,287
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What is the climbing rose please and the green shrubs to the left, thanks
Hosta Guacamole, and the climbing rose is Rosa 'New Dawn'.
I would guess that the rose is probably a climbing rose called New Dawn. It's often used to cover arbors like this.
Now if I can figure out how to fill in the 'wall' but keep it moveable? Maybe with plants in planters on wheels although the pillars will be in-ground?
PERGOLA BY THE PATIO YES www.conteandconte.com rose is probably a climbing rose called New Dawn and hosta
New dawn climbing rose cover the fence
White version of arbor on stone with climbing roses
“Climbing rose” — bcunning23
Jeff Herr Photography
3 Reviews
Exteriors
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the flowers climbing up the wall.
The climbing roses, what a lovely touch.
Climbing roses, white
Stone gazebo w climbing roses
climbing plants...Climbing roses...White plant...The climbing roses...climbing plants
“Outside spaces” — scaple
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Rose-Covered Gazebo
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lynnlandscapedesign.com - Yellow climbing rose on iron gazebo serves as focal point in rose and perennial garden. photo: Donna Lynn
wat a post , I love the idea of using plants on gazebo ,you saved my money :-)
Farmgirl56, It's Rosa 'Mermaid' - a climbing rose with large, open, yellow flowers grown by San Marcos Growers. photo: San Marcos Growers
Great combo of structure and plants!
Simply. Makes use of plants
“Nice” — 141clubhouse
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