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Outdoor climbing plants
These are specimens rather resistant to temperature changes, which have developed mechanisms to adapt to extreme living conditions, given that they cannot be moved from where they are.
Generally it is advisable not to leave them in pots, but to bury them, to allow them to develop at their best.
It's about a climbing plant herbaceous outdoor, suitable for covering pergolas, walls or espaliers. It has thin stems and a semi-woody consistency.
The leaves are deep green, with or without petiole, covered with a thick whitish down. The flowers are large, very showy, with a corolla consisting of 7 elongated and separated petals, of a color varying between pink, purple, lilac and blue
It requires soft, fresh and well-drained soils. It prefers extremely sunny areas, even with direct exposure to sunlight which favors flowering.
It has a good tolerance also towards rigid temperatures, but it fears the wind, while it loves damp environments. It must be watered constantly and regularly, especially in the warm months, without excessively wetting the soil to avoid water stagnation, which is very dangerous for the roots. It is advisable to fertilize the plant frequently: at least twice a week during spring and summer, using specific fertilizers for flowering plants.
It is one of the climbing plants evergreens, whose height can reach up to 7 meters. Presents woody stems of an intense green color tending to brown. The leaves can be simple or lobed, with a continuous edge, of an intense green color. The flowers are showy, purple in color, with large, everted petals, with very evident reproductive organs in the center. The fruits are ovoid or elongated colored berries containing a large number of seeds. It requires a soft and well-drained soil, enriched with peat and sand while it is preferable to avoid clayey soils. The plant must be abundantly and regularly watered, which loves humidity, even if it is essential to avoid the presence of stagnant water. It is useful to fertilize the soil often: at least once a week, with liquid fertilizer rich in potassium and low in nitrogen.
It is a shrubby growth plant with an imposing development, used to thicken hedges and borders or to cover walls, pergolas or espaliers. The stems are herbaceous or woody seeds. The leaves are of medium size, elongated, with smooth margins, of an intense green color. The flowers, very fragrant, have a tubular shape, with fleshy petals tending to yellow or red, and are joined in pairs or in inflorescences.
The fruits are berries that, depending on the variety, may have diuretic properties or be poisonous. It requires fresh, well-drained, non-clayey soils rich in organic material. It adapts well to both sunny and shady areas: for optimal plant development it is advisable to keep the base in the shade and the foliage in the sun.
It needs regular and abundant watering. Fertilization must be done with mature manure or slow release granular fertilizers, rich in phosphorus and potassium.
It is a climbing shrub. It has a woody, knotty stem, which develops vertically on supporting supports. The leaves are pinnate and consist of small leaflets placed side by side on a central stem, light green. The flowers meet in conical cluster inflorescences, have a lilac color tending to violet and are very fragrant. Flowering occurs in spring until early summer. It requires a soft, well-drained soil with a clayey matrix and is rich in organic material. It must be placed in sunny areas as it fears cold and excessive humidity. Water needs to be watered frequently during the hot season because the plant tends to dry out due to dehydration.
It is a shrubby plant belonging to the genus creepers from outside. It has a medium-sized woody stem. The leaves are large, lobed in shape, of an intense green color. The flowers are very small, white tending to yellowish and pale pink, they are not very showy and have a short life. The fruits are round berries with bright colors: pink, purple and blue. It requires soft, well-drained soils, possibly enriched with peat and humus. It loves sunny areas, even if it does not tolerate direct exposure to the sun's rays.
It prefers temperate or warm climates, but it also adapts to low temperatures, being a very resistant and extremely widespread plant. For young specimens it is advisable to proceed with regular and constant watering, at least once a week during the warm months; while rainwater is sufficient for adult plants. It is advisable to fertilize the plant with slow release fertilizers.