Jasmine is one of the most appreciated climbing species, not only in Italy. It is in fact a perennial shrub that adapts very well to the outside, but also wanting inside, and ensures protection from prying eyes and elegant furniture, with good ease of care. Jasmine loves direct sun and in the summer season is not affected by poor watering. His only real enemy is the strong wind.
Wisteria, like jasmine, is much appreciated as a climbing species for good results in furniture with limited care needs. By planting your wisteria plants in the autumn and winter seasons and trying to avoid them from frosts, from the end of March you will have the first satisfactions. Its woody and elegantly fickle stem will be covered first by the unmistakable cascade of cluster flowers and then by the thick foliage able to give freshness to the pergolas and privacy to the hedges.
Variety: Pink violet blue white wisteria
By choosing the Hedera Hibernica you will create a hedge or a climbing decoration with guaranteed effect. It is in fact an evergreen with a usually luxuriant foliage and a brilliant color that can be anchored independently on any surface, even on the ground. Your Hedera Hibernica plants will be fine wherever you decide to put them back.
Hedera 'gloire de Marengo' is also known as Hedera Canariensis. Thanks to its origin in the hot Africa, it is at ease and is often chosen for the gardens of Southern Italy as well as those of the rest of the Mediterranean basin. It is very beautiful and decorative, but not always easy to cultivate. With a little 'attention and choosing your right home - better if in a vase - can still meet your needs.
Variety: Hedera marengo
The Hedera helix, the ivy, is the queen of climbing plants, the progenitor of a species of evergreen shrubs widespread in Europe and North Asia. The flexible and semi-woody stems of ivy make it, over the years, a robust plant that is ideal for many green furniture solutions. Its ideal location is half-shade and it loves a good irrigation that keeps the land in damp, but not soaked. The Hedera does not fear cold, and can even withstand periods of poor irrigation.
The Lonicera, commonly known as Honeysuckle, includes numerous subspecies all chosen for the beauty of both the bloom and the foliage of the summer luxuriance. It is a symbol of spring, a season in which the Lonicera floods the gardens or the terraces that are lucky enough to host it. For best results, choose for your honeysuckle climbing plants in areas not too sunny and a rather moist and well-drained substrate, as for the undergrowth plants of which it is part. However, they will not be afraid of the cold and the summer heat.
Variety: Lonicera heckrottii