Outdoor dining area, beautiful garden and yard landscaping with climbing plants and evergreen shrubs
Vertical accents are timelessly elegant garden design ideas that set the latest trends in modern yard landscaping. Climbing plants and vines can bring a striking vertical element adding interest to yard landscaping and garden designs. Climbing plants get trained to climb garden structures such as trellises, arbors, pergolas and beautifully decorate decks, railings, and stone walls.
Climbing plants and vines, strategically placed throughout the garden, provide shade and privacy while personalizing the garden design. Vertical accents created with climbing plants draw the eye upward, adding height to the layers of yard landscaping.
Garden designs with climbing plants
Wisteria, trumpet vine, ivy, clematis, and roses are popular climbing plants that grow in modern gardens across the world. Whatever climbers and vines you choose, make sure you provide plenty of good support for them to grow. Climbing vines will reward you over time, bringing splendid natural beauty into your yard and becoming a striking focal point of your garden design.
Vertical landscaping ideas
Climbing plants look fantastic on attractive supports. After a few years of growth, they produce beautiful, showy flowers, enhancing your garden’s color palette. All of us like seeing buildings, walls, and fences partially covered by ivy growing up them. Clematis is another traditional climbing plant with gorgeous summer flowers in white, pink, and purple colors.
Climbing plants are a fantastic way to add a vertical dimension to yard landscaping and enhance garden designs. Climbing plants are generally easy to grow, beautiful, and romantic. Adding a vertical element is easy by building a good support structure and planting your favorite small shrub.
by Ena Russ
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