In nature, there are a huge number of climbing plants, many of them cultivated in the garden! I want to offer to our dear gardeners several options for using climbing plants in garden design.
Every gardener has a clump of grapes growing “beauty”. For example, grape fruit, maybe rose from nowhere “wilding”! We offer beautifully tie it to standing next to the tree, connecting the vine to the ring.
Wild, girl, grapes looks nice on the plaster of the fence, the way it creeps up grapes are usually self-clinging tendrils over the smallest bumps. Autumn leaves of wild grapes will be red and will blend in perfectly with masonry fence posts.
For fencing outbuildings on your country site, you can use a trellis, twined with evergreens. In winter, the trellis transmits light, and in the summer the green plants beautifully covers unsightly buildings from your eyes.