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Other Climbers for the Facade

There is a good place or structure for any climbing plant out there, but not all of them will thrive on facades and walls. As facade greening is our passion and specialty, suitability for a facade is the main criterion for our previously selected and featured climbing plants. They are the ones best-suited for facades and thus have a section of their own. The species listed here are less known and less compatible with facades, but are often beautiful when used to green fences or mixed with shrubs or bushes. They can also be interesting in more specific cases, such as for high greenings or for protection against graffiti

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Polygonum aubertii - Also good for balconies

Silver Lace Vine

Extremely vigorous

Humulus lupulus - Attaching climbing plants

Hops

Lots of foliage, no damage

Jasminum nudiflorum - Flowering plant

Winter Jasmine

Winter blossoms

Euonymus fortunei - A plant made for the shade

Wintercreeper

Evergreen, slow-growing

Pink Gooseberry

Decorative Kiwi

Decorative foliage

Passionsblume Passiflora caerulea

Passion Flower

Perennial twining plant

Celastrus

Bittersweet

Healthy and vigorous

Feuerdorn Pyracantha coccinea

Firethorn

Evergreen, ornamental fruit

Cotoneaster dammeri "Skogholm" - As groundcover or hanging plant

Cotoneaster

Evergreen, hanging plant