LuMu Favorites – Wall Climbers

Today we celebrate the impact that a creeper, climber or vine has in an established garden. Let’s face it, most large homes with formal gardens have them somewhere on the property. Vines and creepers are great to hide unsightly walls and fencing. For example, a well maintained vine can disguise a boring boundary wall and make it look like an established hedge. Wisteria can add shade and protection from the harsh sun when trellised over a pergola.
Creepers and climbers add an authenticity and age to ‘new builds’ and young gardens making them look grand and estate like. Creeping ground covers help hide unsightly rockery and help maintain the spread of weeds. Some of our favourite climbers and vines are :
Creeping Fig
Boston Ivy
English Ivy
Star Jasmine
Wisteria
Dichondra Silver Falls
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Boston Ivy and clipped Boxwood, Howard Design Studio
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Stephano Scata, Italy via Pinterest
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Wisteria pergola, Elle Designs Italia via Pinterest
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Boston Ivy in a formal garden via Pinterest
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Een Huis van Carpinus via Pinterest
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Norwegian House via Pinterest
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Tempo da Delicadeza via Pinterest
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Paul Bangay’s Stonefields
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Star Jasmine via Pinterest
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Boston Ivy covered loggia & garden by Howard Design Studio
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Boxwood parterre and Boston Ivy covered loggia in garden by Howard Design Studio
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