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Marsdenia oreophila (syn. Cionura)

An unusual and exotic looking evergreen climber bearing clusters of starry, deliciously sweetly scented, creamy flowers over a long period in summer. Reaches about 5m on a sunny wall, in well drained soil. Has survived for years on a house wall in a customers cold Midlands garden and another chap has it up to the rafters in Bristol, even through Dec 2010.

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Millettia japonica 'Hime Fuji' (new)

A low climber or compact shrub for a warm wall with creamy-white wisteria-like flowers in late summer, though rare to flower apparently. The foliage is also rather wisteria-like but smaller and more compact which makes it, together with the scarcity of flowers, apparently highly desirable to the Bonsai nut. Very rarely seen in the UK.

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Muehlenbeckia complexa

Well known to anyone who frequents Cornish gardens, this fascinating twining climber forms amazing tangled masses of tiny evergreen leaves on wiry stems up to 6m high. Usually only seen in mild areas, this can be grown successfully in a sheltered position over a wide area of the UK. A mulch over the root stock ensures survival in a bad winter.

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Muehlenbeckia complexa 'Texture Big Leaf' (new)

A larger leaved form of this fascinating twining climber forming the usual amazing tangled masses of rounded evergreen leaves on wiry stems up to 6m high. Usually only seen in mild areas, this can be grown successfully in a sheltered position over a wide area of the UK. A mulch over the root stock ensures survival in an exceptionally bad winter.

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