Trellis wire cable systems for climbing plants - Create your own DIY Greenwall Gardening revamps
The best way to work out your pattern of the green wall is to mark it up on the wall, this way you can look at what spacing would work in your area, and then work out what you need to install it.
Clear buttercup yellow flowers with orange stripes in the throat through spring to autumn.
A vigorous evergreen twining vine that would grow as far south as Coffs Harbour on the east coast or Perth on the west coast.
Grow in a sheltered warm position and water generously. Will need some support and early training.
A small perfumed climber with white flowers. The flowers are pointed when in bud but star-shaped when open.
Grows in warmer zones by the water and thrives in the tropics.
It likes a sheltered position in full to partial sun and well-drained soil.
Orange flowering climber that will grow as far south as Sydney or Perth.
A vigorous, mostly evergreen climber with tendrils that flowers through winter and spring.
Grows in full sun in well-drained soil but can become rampant so needs space to sprawl.
This is not true jasmine so will not strangle other plants but has white perfumed flowers.
Can be grown in a pot or the ground and grows with medium vigour but can be slow-growing in the early years.
An evergreen vine with thick glossy leaves that likes sun to semi-shade and grows in all but the coldest zones of Australia.
A white flowering climber that grows with medium to high vigour in most areas of Australia except for the coldest zones.
A light evergreen twining habit which is a hardy and fast-growing, likes full sun, plenty of moisture but well-drained soil.
There are several forms of wisteria including a white form, ‘Alba’. They also flower in pink and purple and have a delicious perfume.
A deciduous climber that will grow over pergolas for summer shade and winter sun or can be trained to grow as a standard or over a fence.
Likes a sheltered position in full sun and will grow in most of Australia except the tropical north.
A native climber that has large, bright yellow flowers (7.5cm (3″) in diameter) and thick leathery evergreen foliage.
Can be used as a ground cover or grown over a fence but does not become rampant.
Will take full coastal exposure and will grow in full sun to partial shade.
This is a vigorous, popular and generally, hardy Australia native plant that grows to about 1 m x 1 m.
The peas shaped flowers appear in late winter early spring and are violet in colour. It can be used as a ground cover and will climb on support.
A vigorous deciduous climber that provides summer shade and winter sun when grown over a pergola.
It has brilliant orange, red, burgundy and yellow autumn foliage but does not produce fruit.
Likes a position in full sun and well-drained soil. It can be attacked by caterpillars and suffers from powdery mildew in humid climates
A climber for the very cold areas of Australia that has a large red, pink or white waxy, bell-shaped flowers.
A deciduous climber with tendrils and an open habit that is best suited to the cooler, mountainous zones.
Flowers are soft pink or white and like a sheltered spot in full sun with roots in cool and well-mulched soil.