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- Exotic climbing plants with strong colors
- So top climbers stay mobile all year round
Although exotic climbers do not tolerate frost, they enrich the garden for many years. They spend the summer outdoors and winter in the house. If you are looking for an exotic flower with a South American temperament, Mandevilla (also known as Dipladenia) is in fashion. The exotic climbing plant Bougainvillea blooms just as enduringly, alternatively called as Treillingsblume. Their varieties form from April to September four to five very lush flower sets in all colors except blue. Persistent blue blood flows in the veins of the never-ending leadwort (Plumbago auriculata), which despite its name does not hoard heavy metals. The exotic climbing plant, Blue Passiflora (Passiflora caerulea), does it the same and beats her flower wheels only for one day, but sprouts daily numerous new buds.
Exotic climbing plants with strong colors
The rare color blue also present the varieties of the sky flowers (Thunbergia). The purple coral pea (Hardenbergia) mixes violet. As a contrast program ignite Cape Honeysuckle (Tecomaria) and Pyracene (Pyrostegia) fiery orange red, the coral wine (Kennedia) pure red and the crossbush (Bignonia capreolata) muted tones, so that everyone finds the color that suits the design. Fans of the truly exotic rely on the pelican flower (Aristolochia gigantea) with its violet-white flowers. Incidentally, she does not stink, as is sometimes claimed!
A sensual pleasure for the eyes and nose are the many climbing jasmine species (Jasminum). Their snow-white flowers open depending on the nature at different times of the year between February and August like the bottles of noble perfume bottles. With even more scented flowers, distributed over six to eight weeks in May and June, the Star Jasmine scores (Trachelospermum). It is green all year round and remains attractive in the winter, such as golden goblet (Solandra), mandevilla and wonga wonga wine (Pandorea). All the other featured exotic climbing plants shed their leaves in the cold season and leave without leaves with little light at +8 to +12 degrees Celsius. But no dandelion plant wants to be completely dark! At the end of winter, they all drive fresh and repeat the cycle of exotic flowers and sensory impressions.
The intense color of the bracts fades in the bougainvillea during the three- to four-week pile, which repeats several times
So top climbers stay mobile all year round
Bougainvillea are very cut friendly, so you can shape them by permanent cut as here also to stems. However, most exotic climbing plants need climbing aids such as iron palisades or bamboo grids.
These are best anchored in the planter itself. As a result, the trio of pot, plant and climbing aid remains mobile, without having to push the shoots when moving from one location to another, for example, when clearing in the winter, with the wires fixed firmly to the wall of the house.