• About climbing plants and the use in landscaping

Climbing plants is primarily a universally valid solution at hand nature lovers, transform and external environment of your own home into a veritable garden, even if one extended vertically.
Besides decorative contribution you make to beautify the facades and exteriors of houses, climbing plants deserve to be taken into account as genuine architectural shortcomings masking systems that can be structural or may consist simply of visible damage surfaces.

The solution of using these plants is more advantageous to remedy as may be ideal if the houses do not have a garden of its own, even if exterior apartment blocks. In the category of climbing plants is appearing some several species, of which the most common are ivy, grass fire (they are green even during the cold winter), honeysuckle, wild vine, jasmine, roses, sweet pea, glycine etc.

How these plants grow

These species shows individual characteristics and typical ways of manifesting. For example, some of them, including Spain and honeysuckle beans, they need to grow harmoniously in his media. Around these supports them wrap their stems, so that our intervention is needed in this regard.Other climbing plants such as ivy and wild vine have aerial roots or tendrils fixing through which find their own ways to rise, so does not require special attention.Planted at the base of the walls, does not cause sagging land because their foliage and root system does not change the percentage of moisture in the soil and on the other hand, it prevents weed growth and proliferation.

The plants require plenty of water and a very important thing to remember, it does not like excessive exposure to intense sunlight. The only two exceptions to this rule are honeysuckle and wild vine.
Planted at the base of the walls, leaving the field because the system does not cause foliar and root them so they will not modify the percentage of soil moisture. Another advantage is that it prevents weed growth and proliferation.