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The solution to the problem are vine walls with fast-growing climbing plants. One-year climbers set off in a season from sowing from late February to flowering in summer. If they are raised in a bright window seat and planted outdoors at the end of May, they reach heights of more than three meters. With particularly strong growth and long flowering time convincing winch, bell-vine, star-wind and Maurandie. For a dense screen they grow at a planting distance of 30 to 50 centimeters. The one-year-old climbers prefer a sunny, sheltered place in nutrient-rich soil. As a large-scale climbing aids are wire fences, rank elements or improvised solutions of latticed tensioned strings.
Perennial climbing plants have a starting advantage over annuals: they do not have to start from scratch every year. All around the year, you can see that there are evergreens like ivy, climbing spindle (Euonymus fortunei) and evergreen honeysuckle (Lonicera henryi). They thrive well in partial shade and shade, climbing spindle also in the sun. Cut the plants only to keep them in check or bare shoots.