Trailing climbers add an aesthetic appeal to the landscapes. Take a look at some amazing Flowering Climbers for an Indian Garden.
Climbing vines are an integral part of Indian gardens, as they adorn the look while creeping on the fences, arches, and arbors. If you too want to add them to your home, then have a look at some amazing Flowering Climbers for an Indian Garden.
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Flowering Climbers in India
1. Rangoon Creeper / Madhumalti
Botanical Name: Combretum indicum
The tubular flowers trailing twofold the beauty of the lawns. Coming in a mesmerizing shade of red-pink, they release a delightful fragrance that sets soothing vibes in the landscape.
2. Butterfly Pea / Shankhpushpi
Botanical Name: Clitoria ternatea
Flushed with dark blue shade, the butterfly pea flowers resemble the shape of the conch shells. Appearing in a dense cluster, they look charming on pillars and trellis.
3. Night Jasmine / Parijaat
Botanical Name: Nyctanthes arbor-tristis
Blooming in the night, its tubular flowers with an orange center and five petals, set a floral carpet in the morning after shedding. The white flowers also emit a pleasing fragrance.
4. Bougainvillea / Gaganbel
Botanical Name: Bougainvillea glabra
The climbing vine of Bougainvillea can always be spotted with paper-like flower bracts. Appearing in bold shades of yellow, white, pink, and red, it is a must grow plant!
Botanical Name: Petunia
Appearing in the shades of white, yellow, pink, deep red, and purple, its funnel-like flowers have five petals with a dark center.
6. Lantana / Raimunia
Botanical Name: Lantana camara
Blending multiple colors in the same flower, Lantana is a great filler for fences and groundcover both. These color-mix blooms also attract bees and butterflies.
7. Star Jasmine / Chameli
Botanical Name: Trachelospermum jasminoides
This award-winning specimen is famous for its soothing fragrance that is used in perfumery. The velvety, white flowers mainly bloom in summer.
8. Flame Vine
Botanical Name: Pyrostegia venusta
An exotic orange flower, arching gracefully from the stem tip, offers an enchanting sight to behold. You can twine this flame vine on the arbor, pergolas, or even fences for a spilling and thrilling effect.
9. Morning Glory / Kaaladana
Botanical Name: Ipomoea
The trumpet-shaped flowers appear in an array of pink, purple-blue, magenta, and white shades. Accompanied by heart-shaped leaves, the morning glory looks simply spectacular.
10. Bleeding Heart Vine
Botanical Name: Clerodendrum thomsoniae
The white blooms, highlighted with a complementary red corolla, make this vine stand out. The plant flowers during warmer months and enhances the appeal of the garden.
11. Passion Flower / Krishnakamal
Botanical Name: Passiflora
The combination of five petals, sepals, and a thread-like ring of corona sets the passionflower climber apart. Its spellbinding beauty also attracts honeybees and butterflies.
12. Climbing Rose / Gulaab
Botanical Name: Rosa
Roses are an integral part of the Indian gardens. Climbing roses add bursts of colors, come in many color varieties, and repeatedly bloom throughout the summer.
13. Clockvine / Mysore Trumpetvine
Botanical Name: Thunbergia mysorensis
The yellow and red hues in the flower make it a gorgeous addition to the pergola and arches. Dangling from sturdy stems, its bountiful blooms invite pollinators into the garden.
14. Ylang Ylang Vine / Hari Champa
Botanical Name: Artabotrys odoratissimus
Its exotic floral arrangement adds a delightful fragrance to the gardens. It blooms all year round and the plant is also easy to maintain.
Botanical Name: Lonicera
The nectar-rich orange flowers attract bees and other pollinators. Coming in a multitude of colors, the tubular flower brightens up gardens in warm seasons.