Climbing plants on balconies and terraces – screening and greening



Climbers

There is something magical about a vine in a garden. They have a wild look and much more natural look than Planters, which are like soldiers in a row. The vines can grow on balconies and terraces and practical use. They serve dense privacy and adorn small corners of your balcony or on the terrace naked column.

Climbing plants on balconies and terraces

Balcony

Rather than outside, vines and creepers to vertical growth and occupy areas that you would never use. Climbing plants on your balcony create privacy and pleasant shade. Your only problem might be that you can not grow all the species sought.

Ideas for balconies and terraces

Climbing plants on balconies and terraces - screening and greening




Climbing plants in planters with trellis create a mobile screen that provides privacy and shade on your balcony. For a green screen all year, select perennial vines like Carolina jasmine (Gelsemium sempervirens) and trumpet vine (Bignonia radicans). Grow in sun or partial shade, but Carolina jasmine flowers better in the shade while trumpet vine flowers best in full sun. The Fingerblättrige Akebie (Akebia quinata) and Evergreen Clematis (Clematis armandii) are both fast-growing varieties. Both in sunlight and shade.

White Chinese Wisteria

Climbing plants on balconies and terraces - screening and greening

In window box, you can plant Black-Eyed Susan. Their sunny yellow flowers are a beautiful decorating idea for the balcony. Bindweed is also very easy to maintain and balconies decorated with their magical blue trumpets terraces. And of course, our favorite variety Wisteria or Wisteria, which is perfect for your deck.

The vines on the railing Climbing plants on balconies and terraces - screening and greening

Metal construction planted

Climbing plants on balconies and terraces - screening and greening

Wooden trellis for climbing plants on the balcony

Climbing plants on balconies and terraces - screening and greening

Balcony and facade greening

Climbing plants on balconies and terraces - screening and greening

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Climbing plants on balconies and terraces - screening and greening

white wall decorated with vines

Climbing plants on balconies and terraces - screening and greening

Privacy and beautiful decorating idea

Climbing plants on balconies and terraces - screening and greening
bright purple flowers Climbing plants on balconies and terraces - screening and greening

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One Comment

  1. Iris

    January 24, 2015 at 10:25 pm

    Hi,

    Do you know the type of flowers in the last picture?
    The one under this passage.

    “Screening Garden – They shield with flowers and plants

    Make balcony blinds himself and protect privacy on the balcony

    5 Tips for privacy in the garden – fence and hedge plants”

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