Reach for the Sky With Climbers

Whether you want to carpet a wall with lush leaves or marvel at a bloom-filled vine that can scramble to fifty feet, climbers are a great way to bring vertical beauty to your garden.

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Arctic Beauty Kiwi

This deciduous climber's main attraction is the masses of leaves, which are purple-tinged when young, then turn dark green with distinctive pink and silver splashes. Small white flowers appear in early summer. Although the Arctic Beauty Kiwi is slow to establish, it is well worth the wait to watch it grow to 15 feet tall. Plant in well-drained soil where it will receive full sun.

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