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Climbing jasmine - Care of summer jasmine, Solanum jasminoides
The climbing jasmine (Solanum jasminoides) bears the name jasmine, but is not related to the real jasmine, but belongs to the nightshade family. Other names for this plant are potato bush and jasmine nightshade.
Is blue rain poisonous? Information on wisteria in contact with children
Kids love to play in the garden. Some plants, such as the wisteria, appear to have an irresistible attraction for the little ones, with their eye-catching pinnate leaves, pods and drooping blue-violet flower clusters. But how dangerous is wisteria really for children?
Why the blue rain does not bloom - causes and help
A luminous waterfall of countless deep blue flowers amidst lush greenery: this impression is conveyed by the imposing golden shower in every local green area - but only when it blooms. If the hobby gardener waits in vain for the lush flowers, several reasons can be the cause.
Trumpet flower, climbing trumpet - care (Campsis radicans)
Growing hops in the garden is not just a topic that hobby beer brewers should deal with. Hops (Humulus lupulus) is a fascinating, perennial, herbaceous climber. As a native wild plant it fits perfectly into the German garden landscape. Hops, easy-care and vigorous as it is, can be creatively integrated into the garden landscape, even without brewing beer. List of winter hardy and perennial climbers Climbing plants skillfully transform any barren and bleak wall, unadorned fences and palisades and tree trunks into a green feast for the eyes. Some plants need a climbing aid to grow, while others need to climb high altitudes.
Growing hops in the garden is not just a topic that hobby beer brewers should deal with. Hops (Humulus lupulus) is a fascinating, perennial, herbaceous climber. As a native wild plant it fits perfectly into the German garden landscape. Hops, easy-care and vigorous as it is, can be creatively integrated into the garden landscape, even without brewing beer.
List of winter hardy and perennial climbers
Climbing plants skillfully transform any barren and bleak wall, unadorned fences and palisades and tree trunks into a green feast for the eyes. Some plants need a climbing aid to grow, while others need to climb high altitudes.
Care of climbing plants - planting, cutting and propagating
Climbing plants have a very special growth habit, they tend to grow and climb instead of forming supporting structures. There are annual and perennial climbing plants. The perennials develop into herbaceous or woody, very perennial plants. Climbers need a climbing aid in order to spread. Some plants have a rough wall of houses to climb up to, others are content with cracks in the masonry or between stones. In part, the hard-working climbers need appropriately built climbing or climbing aids. Climbers always grow towards the light. There are over 2500 species from about 90 plant families, which belong to the life and growth forms of climbing plants.
Wild Wine - Care, Cutting and Growing
The wisteria, glycine, glycine (Wisteria) as the wisteria is called in the jargon belongs within the family of legumes (Fabaceae) to the subfamily of the Fabaceae (Faboideae). Wisteria are often used for greening pergolas, house facades or garden walls. The climbing shrub can reach a stature height of up to 20 meters. Because the glycine is a fast growing climber, it has to be drastically shortened regularly.
Annual climbing plants - varieties and care
Annual climbing plants convince with their many colorful flowers. They achieve an amazing growth performance within only one growing season. Often the beautiful flowering plants are used as a screen. In the garden you can plant them directly, on balconies you can keep them as a container plant. So you can conjure even on the smallest balconies summer flowering.
Bell Vine, Cobaea scandens - care and propagation
The bell vine, also called clawing winch, is a well-known climbing plant. It belongs to the family of the Sperrkrautgewächse, also called Himmelsleitergewächse. The genus includes about 15 species. In its native Mexico, a bell vine shrub can grow up to 10 meters high. The shoots lignify after several years of growth. With us the plant is usually one year old. It has its name from the large, bell-shaped, nodding flowers that emit a honey-like scent.
Honeysuckle, honeysuckle, Lonicera - care and cutting
The honeysuckle is an evergreen plant and is often used because of their green leaves in the winter for separation, enclosure and wall greening. There are about 180 different varieties of honeysuckle. The best known is Lonicera henryi, the evergreen honeysuckle. Honeysuckle and honeysuckle are also part of the honeysuckle. The honeysuckle belongs to the perennial climbers.
Pipe winds, aristolochia - plants, care and propagation
The whistle winds through its large, heart-shaped, roof tile superimposed leaves.It is a creeper that likes to loll along downspouts and lightning rods. The Pfeifenwinde, also called Osterluzei, is an undemanding plant that originated from North America. It requires little care but sufficient water.
Ficus pumila, climbing ficus, climbing fig - care instructions
Ficus Repens, also called climbing ficus, is used as a solitary plant or as ground cover for other specimen plants. It is a small, strongly branching, decaying plant. It is also suitable as a hydropath. If you put the plant on a wall, it will raise it.
Blue Mauritius, Convolvulus sabatius - plants and care
The Blue Mauritius, also known as Convolvulus sabatius by botanists, is a blue-flowering wind from the Mediterranean, which is particularly suitable as a balcony plant. According to the weather conditions of their original home, the perennial non-winter-proof Blue Mauritius is happy about the sun.
Scheinrebe, Ampelopsis elegans - plants and care
She looks beautiful juicy green, the Scheinrebe (Latin term: Ampelopsis), but only if it is properly cared for. How that works and how the Scheinrebe feels so well at home, that's what we tell you here. First of all, you have to know that the shag is a species of plant that belongs to the climbing family, which is why shoots of this plant should always be tethered, as any plant expert would advise. But where should the false vine be planted or where does it feel uncomfortable?
Stachelgurke, Igelgurke - care of the ornamental cucumber
Pickle cucumbers, ornamental cucumbers, pickled cucumbers - these are all year-round plants that produce different-looking fruits. They are more or less intended only for decoration, mostly for the autumn decoration. Due to the high heat requirement, it is recommended to grow in a greenhouse or in a sheltered place in full sun.
Crown of Glory, Gloriosa - plants, care and propagation
The Gloriosa, also called the crown of glory in German, is one of the lilies and is native to tropical Africa. By the way, this is the only lily species that climbs. Since it is up to 2m high, we recommend a climbing aid. In addition, it is a poisonous plant and therefore care is needed in the household with children. There are cases of poisoning known.
Evergreen honeysuckle - planting, care and cutting
The evergreen honeysuckle (Latin Lonicera henryi) is originally from China, but has become a popular gardener in central Europe. The evergreen honeysuckle prefers sunny to partially shaded locations with nutrient-rich, moist garden soils. As the name already suggests, the Evergreen Honeysuckle, with proper care throughout the year, offers a beautiful, green color garment.
Black-eyed Susanne, Thunbergia alata - plants and care
The black-eyed Susanne, also known under the scientific name Thunbergia alata, is a plant of Southeast Africa. It is assigned to the family of acanthus plants. Especially the black-eyed Susanne is characterized by its lush flowers, it is a perennial, one-year-old cultivated creeper.
Campsis Grandiflora - care, cutting and wintering
The Campsis is also known as a trumpet flower or climbing trumpet. Several types of Campsis are distinguished, but they are similar in their care. The Campsis is a perennial and woody climbing plant that has to be given appropriate opportunities for tendrils. Her foliage regularly throws down the plant and it forms anchoring roots, through which it can climb. The origin of the Campsis is to be found in America. However, the trumpet flower is a rather poisonous plant, in particular, the fruits are highly toxic.
Morning Glory, Magnificent Morning Glory, Morning Glory - Planting and Care
The morning glory is a very versatile plant. About 400 species includes this genus. Among them are one-year old as well as perennial snare, perennials and shrubs. Not so long ago even highly succulent species were discovered in inaccessible places in Mexico, which are among the greatest rarities of the succulent collections.
Pennywort, lysimachia - plants, care and propagation
Pfennigkraut is an uncomplicated ornamental plant that visually enhances gardens, ground areas and waters. A well-chosen location is the basic requirement for their flourishing and flourishing. In addition to the correct irrigation, it thrives mostly without help from others requires only with the breeding a special instinct. But this should not be a problem even for inexperienced ones.
Climbing chandelier flower, Ceropegia sandersonii - care
The Climbing Leuchterblume is a climbing plant, which is often used as a houseplant. There she can get up to two meters. It is especially popular because of the flowers that it produces. These in turn are up to seven centimeters wide and impress the viewer with it. The shape of these amazing flowers has given the plant another name.It is also known as parachute-lampwork flower.
Grapevine Care - Planting, cutting and propagating
The African Climbing Lily is a climbing plant that makes very large and exotic-looking flowers. Of this plant genus are mainly the varieties Gloriosa rothschildiana and Gloriosa superba sold as ornamental plants. They grow up to two meters high and bloom in the period from June to August with red and yellow flowers.
Pipe flower, ghost plant - plants and care
From the Pipe Flower (Aristolochia) There are many different varieties, which differ mainly in their frost hardiness. Some species are suitable only for the apartment or the conservatory, but others can also be planted in the garden. Other names for the pipe flower are a whistle or ghost plant.
Akebie, chocolate wine - caring for Akebia Quinata
The akebia or akebie is also called blue cucumber wine or chocolate wine. It has very filigree leaves and is a valued creeper due to its long foliage. The Akebie is a tropical, woody climber. It can grow up to 12 m high. Originally she comes from Asia. The Akebie is one of the multi-year climbers.