Bougainvilleas climbing plants come in a vast variety of colors, including purple, pink, orange, and red. Bougainvillea has flowers that resemble colored tissue paper, hence the nickname Paper Flower. There are over 250 varieties of this plant, with some known to be very large climbers while others are dwarfs that only grow to a meter in height. Bougainvilleas thrive in hot climates, hence their popularity in the tropics and the subtropics as well as in hot European countries like Spain.
Lush, flowering and fruiting climbers and vines look gorgeous, plus provide much-needed habitats and food for wildlife. Let’s learn about some of the best trellis-friendly climbers and vines.
Hindu Rope Plants, a type of Hoya, produce picturesque star-shaped flowers after a couple of years of growth. To ensure that your plant is healthy and ready to bloom, be sure to water sparingly while also keeping its humidity high.
Considered a weed tree by some, Honeysuckle is nevertheless a very attractive plant. When kept properly pruned, it can serve as a fast-growing, colorful flowering filler to your lawn hedge.
The Hoya plant, in its many varieties, is a tropical evergreen, perfect for indoor life. Though tropical, be careful not to overwater it. In this article, we'll go in-depth about how to care it and discover some of its varieties.