This climber with bluish ,deeply lobed leaves sprouts from a woody rootstock. Yellow flowers appear in early summer, followed by red berries
Ancylobotrys capensis is a good choice for difficult rocky patches in a highveld garden.Flowers are large and sweetly scented.
Asclepias stellifera is a sparsely branched shrublet sprouting from a woody rootstock. Flowers are in groups on long inflorescence stalks. Plant on a rockery.
The beautiful glossy leaves of Asparagus asparagoides make this climber a very attractive addition to the garden.
True to its name this attractive, structural climber closely resembles a young Outeniqua yellowood with its dark green, glossy foliage.
The lovely light green leaves resemble that of a fern and has a delicate appearance. The small white flowers are followed by red berries that are relished by birds.
Asparagus setaceus is a sprawling climber and is evergreen. The new stems are soft, feathery and without thorns. It is ideal to cover an embankment or to cover a fence where privacy is required.
Bauhinia galpinii is a rambling shrub or climber with beautiful terracotta colour flowers from summer to late autumn. It has attractive bi-lobed leaves that look like butterfly wings. It does well on a slope or cascading over a wall. Protect from severe frost.
Hardy, deciduous, bulbous plant that climbs by means of its much-branched inflorescence, which sends out brilliant green tendrils in spring with pretty greenish-white flowers on the tips.