Lianas for the garden — perennial and frost-resistant plants for garden decoration (125 photos)
Garden vines are used not only by professionals in landscape design, but also when decorating a suburban area. Such popularity is deserved, because it is these plants that look spectacular, not capricious, suitable for wall decoration.
Beautiful vines are able to completely change the appearance of the suburban area.
Let's immediately understand that lianas are a life form of plants, not a variety. All of them are divided into two main groups: perennials and annuals. Both types can be both ornamental and fruit.
Today you will find out which climbing vines are widely used in our country.
It is good if you think about planting flowering plants, despite the change of seasons — from spring to late autumn, so that some flowers replace others. Low - growing bulbous plants are suitable for planting early - flowering plants:
- stunted irises.
The evergreen carpet is created by succulents, they are also drought—resistant - echeveria, pachyveria, sedum, sempervivum, molodilo.
Herbaceous meadow — lilies of the valley, gentian, gypsophila, iberis, saxifrage, hardy, ochitok, daisy, jaskolka, thyme, periwinkle, bergenia.
Annual species of lianas
Such plants are easy to care for, among them it is worth highlighting: ipomoea, passionflower, decorative beans. There are many more varieties that are in demand when decorating a suburban area. They differ in appearance, but they can be characterized by common features, for example, annual lianas have long stems on which there are no lateral branches.
All plants of this species look attractive especially during the blooming of flowers. Annuals can become the best decor for balconies, terraces, fences in general for the entire site.
It is better to plant vines in sunny places. Remember that when planting seeds should not fall to other flowers. A small sprout is able to completely displace the neighbor's culture.
Perennial species of lianas
Representatives of this group are suitable for decorating the entire household plot. Let's take a closer look at the popular perennial vines for the garden.
Flowering, which lasts for a long time, has affected the widespread distribution. The buds bloom only once, without changing their original appearance by autumn.
Provide suitable living conditions for the rose, choose a place for planting, where warm sun rays are constantly located. The plant is not demanding, so you can safely plant seeds in ordinary soil.
When the frosts begin, you need to take care of the vines. Carefully wrap the plant and save the new shoots, and next year they will delight with the beauty of a new flowering. Sprinkle the roots with sawdust, and hide the branches in nonwoven fabric.
The species of lianas feels good even in Siberia. An unpretentious plant survives, despite different temperature indicators. For some, ivy is a decorative ornament, and sometimes gardeners throw it away along with weeds.
Thanks to the dense foliage in the yard there will be a shady corner, but the wall on which the vine weaves will never be wet. If you liked the view, make normal conditions for full growth. Pull the wire supports horizontally and vertically.
As soon as the first shoots appear in the ground, fix them at the bottom of the structure. You do not need to thin out the foliage, you can prune only those shoots that begin to grow outside the support.
A wild plant is able to cling to all rough surfaces. Unpretentiousness affected the cultivation of grapes. It is used for the decoration of various objects and fences.
It will fit perfectly in a suburban area near a house or gazebo. At first, the plant pleases with beautiful bright green leaves. In autumn they turn red.
Be sure to build a structure for wild grapes. Thereby ensure good and fast growth. If you are going to decorate a two-story country house with a plant, then you should know that the weight of the vine is large, so fix the supports securely with bolts.
As for care, everything is easier: spring to cut the old branches, which are unable to survive the cold and those that grow in breadth.
This type of plant differs from its relatives by the flowering of buds. Some have blooming flowers, others have beautiful leaves. Therefore, some types of honeysuckle belong to flowering vines for the garden.
The period of budding is special – at night the plant emits a pleasant aroma that is felt throughout the neighborhood. In general, honeysuckle is not demanding, it takes root well in all soils. But in order for the growth to be intense, it is better to plant the plant in sandy or loamy soil.
The vine withstands the attacks of harmful garden insects. Young roots may freeze with the onset of winter. But already in the spring, new shoots appear and grow quite quickly.
In order for honeysuckle to endure frosts without problems, in November it needs to be laid on sawdust and wrapped in non-woven fabric. In the spring, when new shoots appear, they are fixed on last year's support. If the plant lives for more than two years, it can not be insulated.
In our article there is a gallery of photos of vines for the garden. They depict popular views, and also show how they look on supports, decorating houses and fences.
Probably one of the few plants that has beautiful flowers. The shade of the inflorescences depends on the clematis variety. Thanks to the varieties, gardeners have the opportunity to choose exactly what will best fit into the suburban area.
Unlike other creepers, clematis is demanding and capricious. He needs a lot of heat and sunlight. Ordinary soil will not work, plant the plant in the ground with admixtures of sand or clay.
An adult vine is heavy, so build a solid vertical structure. A construction polymer mesh with large cells is suitable for support. Before you nail the material to the wall, attach it to a wooden crate.
Extra twigs, and they are very fragile, are cut off when the height of the vine is more than 2 meters. Thanks to pruning, new shoots will appear very soon. But when deleting old branches, you need to know some nuances. If you see that it's time to thin out the clematis, invite a specialist and explain the situation.
Now you know how to choose decorative vines for the garden. Thanks to new knowledge, it is now possible to create your own country plot of extraordinary beauty without any problems. Moreover, there are many types of plants that can be grown without much hassle on their own.
A little patience and everything will work out. Let your garden acquire a new look. Take care of the vines, and they will surely delight you with their beauty.
Photo of vines for the garden