Pandorea jasminoides growing as a climber -(Pandorea jasminoides) that flowers over many months

With gardens getting smaller, I find that there is increasing interest in climbing plants. These versatile Australian native climbers can adapt to limited spaces, and be grown as ground covers as well.

Pandorea jasminoides growing as a climber

Pandorea jasminoides growing as a climber -(Pandorea jasminoides) that flowers over many months

Suitable for growth all over Australia, the Hardenbergia is a purple, pink or white flowering native creeper that likes sunny or semi-shaded positions. Being an evergreen climber, it can grow up to six metres and features an abundant amount of pea-like flowers.

Also side fence? the Hardenbergia is a purple, pink or white flowering native creeper that likes sunny or semi-shaded positions. Being an evergreen climber, it can grow up to six metres and features an abundant amount of pea-like flowers.

Hardenbergia

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Native sarsparilla, Hardenbergia violaceaNative sarsparilla (Hardenbergia violacea) is arguably the most adaptable of all Australian climbers and comes in white, pink or purple and there are also more compact shrubby forms such as ‘Minihaha’.

Hardenbergia violacea – It is known in Australia by the common names false sarsaparilla, purple coral pea, happy wanderer, native lilac and waraburra Elsewhere it is also called vine lilac or lilac vine.

Pandorea jasminoides bower vine 'Southern Belle'

Pandorea jasminoides bower vine 'Southern Belle'

Pandorea jasminoides bower vine 'Flirty Bellz'

Pandorea jasminoides bower vine 'Flirty Bellz'

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