pink clematis vine in garden

Climbing Flowers & Vines

Add climbing flowers & vines to take your garden to dreamy new heights this season!

We love to employ climbers in the landscape for vertical interest, diversity and wildlife attraction, but they can also serve to create privacy or cover an unsightly area.

As a textural backdrop, they will soften hard surfaces and serve to showcase or complement other plants at ground level.

There are several types of climbing flowers & vines, and these are some of our favorites from each category for this year:


Annual vines are fast-growing for full enjoyment right away and through the summer, but will normally live for only one full growing season, needing replacement the following year.


Perennials are a great investment as they are planted once and will return each year. Some bloom periods are limited and some will produce flowers all season. Perennial climbers & vines may require annual pruning to control growth.


Fruit bearing vines are fun for hobbyists, but can also serve to add the same degree of interest as flowering types. Try these selections for their added edible benefits: 

Studley’s Plant Finder Tool

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Use our Plant Finder Tool to browse our climbing flower & vines or entire inventory. It’s free to use and no login is required. See photos, search by plant attributes and get care instructions. Save favorites to your personal Wishlist for download, print or emailing. Look in the Wishlist page footer for the option to email us your list for pre-order. We’ll contact you with a quote and arrange payment, local pick-up or delivery.   

Follow our Garden Center page for more seasonal arrivals, picks and tips.  

My Pro Tip

I would be remiss if I did not mention the classic rose. From climbers and ramblers to Drift® ground covers and annual moss roses, no garden can be complete without at least one rose. Roses are a classic garden staple in New England for romance, fragrance and timeless beauty.

See you at Studley’s!

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