Making a Stable Base: Providing Support for Climbers

Want to plant a climber but not sure how to support it? Look no further. We'll walk you through all the options here, whether you need something large or small, free-standing or attached.

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These provide ideal support for large-flowered clematis, jasmine and climbing roses, and annual climbers, such as sweet peas, morning glory and runner beans.

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