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Top 6 Flowering Climbers


Planning to have a plant backdrop or rooftop in your garden! Here is the list of flowering climbers that can be your pick .

Climbers do require trellis, wall, or any support to climb on . They are very good at making their pathways , just a bit direction is required from you.



Bougainvilleas


Bougainvilleas are blossoms, with a diversity of different colors, and make an amazing attention in any home or garden. These are good pollinators with beautiful and modified leaves that surround you with tiny white flowers,so the colorful parts you see when you look at a bougainvillea are actually the leaves, not petals!



What do they require :


Sunlight: full sunlight and with a bit of maintenance.


Water: In summers , consider watering your flowers twice a week to ensure they’re well hydrated. In winter , you’ll only need to water them every 2-3 weeks .


Soil requirement : well drained and slightly acidic pH.

*Treat them with bone meal every 15 days to make your bougainvilleas look like a dream.


Flames of orange



(Pseudogynoxys confusus and Mexican flame vine / Flames of orange)


Flames of orange is a vigorous, fast-growing, evergreen woody vine that blooms in winter and spring with reddish-orange flowers.


What do they require :


Sunlight: Direct full sunlight with open airy location.


Soil: Well drained soil.


Water: Allow the top layers of soil to dry between watering.

* Treat them with Bioenzyme once a month for the richest foliage bloom.


Black-eyed Susan vine:



(Thunbergia alata, Black-eyed Susan vine)


This flowering vine is as easy to care for as it is charming. The flowers look daisy from a distance with five solid colored petals and a brownish center tube . They are perfect for hanging containers and flow easily walls and raised garden beds .


What do they require :


Soil: Rich in organic matter and well draining soil.


Water: Keep the soil soil moist or rainfall watering once a week.


Sunlight: Full sun required to keep the plant blooming.

* Treat your susain Vine with Vermicompost once every 3-4 weeks for more blooms.


Garlic vine



(Mansoa alliacea, garlic vine)

Garlic vine , the name is derived because the leaves when crushed smell like garlic, but it doesn't smell if the plant is left over . This is a perennial plant , blooms twice a year , flowers are funnel shaped ,purple and white color when it starts and changes to a lighter shade of lavender with age Eventually, three different colors of flowers can be seen at the same time on flowers.


What do they require :


Sunlight : Full sun to half shade condition.


Water: Moderate watering, in hot dry conditions twice a day.


Soil: Well drained soil.

*Treat them with organic fertilizer once a month for more bloomings.


Purple morning glory


(Ipomoea purpurea ,purple morning glory)


The unique name because of the buds are twirled up tightly and unfold when the sun hits them in the morning . It has a slight fragrance and is famous with butterflies and hummingbirds. It is hardy and can even make it through the first frost and continue to bloom.



What do they require :


Sunlight: Full sun exposure.


Soil: Moist but well draining soil.


Water: Moderate watering and mulch around the roots to retain moisture.

*Treat them with either bone meal or bio enzymes every 15 days for a more fuller look.


Cypress vine


(Ipomoea quamoclit , Cypress vine)


Cypress vine has a thred like leaves that give the plant airy texture. It has star shaped flowers that blooms all around the summer into red pink or white colors . They are also known for hummingbirds' best friends.



What do they require :


Sunlight: Full sun and not overshaded by other plants.


Water : Moderate watering to keep the soil moist.


Soil: Moist , well drained, and fertile soil.

*Treat them with mustard cake once a month for more bloomings.


Climbers may require attention a couple of times in a year , (although many of them require a very low maintenance) but they will reward you with the inner peace, scent ,colors and calibre.


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