Climbing perennials there are a great many. The most popular are the following perennial vines:
- schisandra chinensis;
- azarina or maurandya;
- Highlander of Aubert.
Making a choice in favor of the ivy, should think twice because this plant grows quickly and without proper care it in a short time will flood to your site, pushing him to the other plants.
Each perennial climbing plant has its own characteristics, for example, where is the azarina, always can not settle down Wisteria. As to the neighbourhood of vines and flowers, it is not always successful. It is for this reason you should not place perennial vines next to the beds, it is better to plant them away from flowers and shrubs, especially as the vines can be placed along walls, fences and arches.
Homeland Wisteria is China. There this plant can be found in many parks where luxury twenty meters of vines with large purple blossoms are just beautiful. Wisteria is almost impossible to grow from seed, usually a small sprig die from a soil mold. The same mold has a deleterious effect on the cuttings of Wisteria, so it is often grafted, getting the Wisteria in special nurseries.
Wisteria prefers a well lit, Sunny places and is afraid of drafts, so the location for planting should be chosen especially carefully. For growing Wisteria requires good soil. The first year the plant is sick and looks weak. The winter of glycine is necessary to cover the needles. In the spring, before the plant will show the first leaves, remove the frozen shoots. After the first leaves, you should produce fertilizer.
This is another popular climbing plant, which has a ruggedness and a highly active growth. To plant parthenocissus best cuttings. The hole for planting should pour a little sand to lay stone drainage. After planting the cuttings should be shaded and abundantly watered.
Primary care parthenocissus is a timely pruning. Excess shoots should be time to trim, otherwise the plant will fill the entire plot.