After having a garden which was just totally overgrown for a year
managed to dig up all of the huge trees/bushes and have a lovely law
on the way. Now my next plan was to cover a rather boring wall with
trellis and climber. However after a quick trip to the local garde
centre i was told that it was too late for me to grow a climber as i
will die when winter comes. He suggested i could buy a pre grow
climber but that is no good to me as i dont have a car and therefore n
way of getting it home.
I was hoping therefore that there might be a year round climber that i
Any help would be seriously appreciated
Why did you get rid of the trees? What is your goal?
John A. Keslick, Jr.
Beware of so-called tree experts who do not understand tree biology.
Storms, fires, floods, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions keep reminding us
that we are not the boss.
Any climber? That seems like kind of a sweeping statement. Perhaps
they were trying to sell you the pre grown climbers? Most perennials
do well with fall planting. Summer can be OK too if they get enough
water while it is hot and they aren't established yet.
What is your location and what are you looking for in this plant?
Foliage (all year round? fall colors?)? Showy flowers? Fragrant
flowers? Fruit (grapes? Some kind of espalied tree?)?
Things like beans and peas can grow up a trellis too although they are
mostly annuals so you might have been looking for something which
lasts more of the year.
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