Do u like green, refreshing & creative walls ? Here are 12 creeper plants to help

Do u like terrac / garden wall covered with flowers ? Here are 12 creeper plants to help.

True climbers take up little ground space, and are excellent choices for smaller gardens, terracs, balcony, whereas wall shrubs require more ground space.

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Climbers are a versatile group of plants - use climbing plants to cover fences, walls, trellis, arches or obelisks! You can also train certain shrubs as ‘wall shrubs’ for the same effect.

Climbers are great for screening unsightly areas of the garden, brightening up bare walls and adding height to your borders.

Here are our best recommendations:

1. Clitoria Ternatea, Gokarna (Blue) - Plant

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2. Thunbergia Alata (White) - Plant

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3. Passiflora Incarnata (Purple), Krishana Kamal - Plant

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4. Curtain creeper, Vernonia creeper, Parda bel - Plant

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5. Clitoria Ternatea, Gokarna (White) - Plant

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6. Thunbergia Grandiflora - Plant

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7. Garlic Creeper, Mansoa Alliacea - Plant

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8. Allamanda Creeper (Yellow) - Plant

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9. Hedera Helix, English Ivy - Plant

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10. Grape Ivy - Plant

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11. Thunbergia Mysorensis, Mysore Trumpet Vine - Plant

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12. Money Plant Variegated - Plant

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Garlic Creeper is best for the same…nice information

wow so lovely climbers

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Money Plant…

wonderful varieties…

nice idea to make the terrace green

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Didn’t mention besta begonia…