Vines and Climbers are perfect to cover a fence or trellis creating a beautiful and lush screen or barrier. Some are great as a groundcover to cover banks or unattractive areas. There are some very fragrant and colourful vines to choose from.
Madagascar Jasmine is a climbing plant native to Asia, Africa & Madagascar. It is truly magic with its gorgeous trusses of white flowers; flowers which are soooo fragrant: you can smell them without being anywhere near the plant! Leaves are beautiful succulent glossy green, and....
Cissus Rotundifolia - Arabian Wax Leaf Vine - A rare and unusual addition to your house plant collection, patio trellis or fence, out of East Africa! The Arabian Wax Leaf vine is perfect as a beginners plant as it thrives on neglect, it won't mind if you forget to water it regularly.
Fraser Island Vine (Tecomanthe hillii) - Fraser Island Vine (Tecomanthe hillii) The Fraser Island Vine, as its name suggests is native to Fraser Island in South Queensland, Australia. However, it has also been spotted on the mainland in South-East and North-East Queensland. It is a woody evergreen that belongs to the Bignoniaceae family. It is extremely rare and can only found in Queensland. This unusual and attractive perennial is subtropical and definitely would be a wonderful feature plant adding a tropical feel to any garden. It is fairly easy to manage and maintain. You can even train it to climb supports, trellises, archways, verandas, fencing and even trees. It is pretty versatile, but so extraordinarily special, it’ll have all your guests asking where they can get one of their own.
Cestrum nocturnum or the Night-scented Jessamine - has green foliage and creamy white flowers, but after 6:00pm on a summer night, these highly decorative flowers release the most amazing scent. The scent is described as almond, musk, honey or sweet custard!! Plants for sale are 25-30cm tall.
Epipremnum Aureum - Devil's Ivy or Golden pothos (Scindapsus aures) - Such beautiful coloured foliage! Variegated plant with attractive leaves in varying shades of green and gold. Despite the name (and despite a few old wives tales about bad luck) Devil’s Ivy is a popular houseplant as it requires little maintenance and keeps its variegated colour despite poor conditions. In the wild Epipremnum can grow up to 40 feet long-but as a potted plant it will trail to only about 8 feet.
Vanilla is one of the most widely used flavourings in this world-it is in everything from food to fragrance-and it actually comes from the seed pods of a type of Orchid. A climbing vine which can grow up......
Rangoon Creeper - Quisqualis indica - The Rangoon Creeper is a very beautiful tropical plant. It is a vine with a shrubby habit, and has gorgeous flowers which start out white, and age to pink and then a deep red. Fragrance is wonderful, very strong and exotic, a cross between ‘fruity, sweet and coconut’. It is often at its most fragrant at night and in early mornings. Flowers are long and tubular, form stunning clusters which hang down from the.....
The Garlic Vine (mansoa allicea) is native to Tropical South America. It is named for the garlicky smell of its leaves and flowers, especially when crushed. It is a rare tropical plant, not often seen in gardens or cultivation. Plants available - strong young plants, beautiful roots 20cm tall
Dragonfruit - Selenicereus Megalanthus hybrid (Strawberry Grape). This plant is vigorous and produces a dense vine with narrow leaves and lots of buds. The fruit is similar in size to the yellow megalanthus with the same thorny exterior. The flesh is a vibrant pink and very sweet - the flavour is a cross between strawberry and grape and so well worth the effort.
Epipremnum Aureum - Devil's Ivy - Frosty - Hard to find variety with attractive leaves with strong white splashes. Devil’s Ivy is a popular houseplant as it requires little maintenance and keeps its variegated colour despite poor conditions. In the wild Epipremnum can grow up to 40 feet long-but as a potted plant it will trail to only about 8 feet.
Epipremnum Aureum - Devil's Ivy - Marble Queen - Hard to find variety with attractive leaves with gorgeous white and green marbled leaves - Amazing! Devil’s Ivy is a popular houseplant as it requires little maintenance and keeps its variegated colour despite poor conditions. In the wild Epipremnum can grow up to 40 feet long-but as a potted plant it will trail to only about 8 feet.
Monstera obliqua / adonsonii - Swiss Cheese Vine Monstera obliqua /adonsonii is commonly known as the Swiss Cheese vine. This particular monstera is just amazing with super holey leaves as soon as they unfurl.