Landscape Javier E. Del Río Mol; Manager of Jardinería Natural sl and Viveros Estepona.



The Climbing offer a boundless generosity with abundant flowers. Just be patient the first few years and conveniently watering.

Before going to plant them !

Be sure the vine has a support adapted to vegetation. For climber plants grouped in plant actually quite varied. Some are hooked to the walls, as the false climbing hydrangeas (Schizophragma), while others need support to be wound. This second category is the most numerous, as we found glycine, jasmine, honeysuckle, the clematitas ... Choose therefore good support, better have a nice way, because that is going to lead and be very visible during the winter. It can be a tensioned wire along a wall or a structure of wood or iron, a palisade, fence, etc.. In any case, the substrate must be sound, because bear the weight of the vine, and shall also withstand the wind.

When you go to plant them !

Work cross the land , because the vines have roots that sink into the earth more to be extended . They like the cool earth, that is, which is never completely dry , even in midsummer . The branches , however, need light, with very few exceptions . The ideal situation is therefore a dry but not too light bathed earth. If the soil has a tendency to overly dry ,provide one - mulch or ground cover plants, perennials that are deployed to kill lying . Enrich the planting hole with compost or well-rotted much manure for the vines need fertilizer. No untangle the roots too, do not like the bother. Lead buds for a first time, to catch the support. Think water them when dry periods.

The Care !

Climbing plants are part of the more autonomous ones. There is, however, that the most vigorous pruning among them, as glycine. This encourages them to form flower buds instead of leaves . Glycine might otherwise refuse to bloom the first year: always winding down to. Equally Prune climbing plants become too bulky. The best time is either in late winter (for forming thick stems) or, after flowering, for those with thin stems .
A contribution of fertilizer will be equally favorable, especially in poor soil . Also nurtures that have been planted against the wall of the house, in a land fill.


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