Climbers: using annuals

Often from tropical parts of the world with exotic brightly-coloured flowers, vigorous annual climbers can rapidly transform the garden. With curtains of flower and foliage they are particularly valuable for new and often bare gardens. In addition, they soften surfaces, disguise structures, provide screening and allow us the flexibility of creating new colourful displays in a single season each year.

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Climbers: using annuals

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