Climbing plants are good in every garden and on every balcony. If you go up with green, you quickly create variety.
With their colorful flowers and fast growth, annual climbers are attractive creators of atmosphere on the balcony and terrace. Especially in newly landscaped gardens and on boring balconies, you can create a simple and immediate atmosphere with vertical greenery.
Sowing and caring for annual climbers
You can sow or buy annual climbing plants yourself. Sowing annual climbing plants is easy and can be done well until the beginning of June. Keep the soil moist and when the plant starts to grow, fertilizing once every 2 weeks is recommended. For annual climbers, also think about the support of the plants. Tie them with twine or wire. Or guide the plant along a rack.
Suzanne with the beautiful eyes
Annual climbers with flowers
Annual climbers with flowers include Suzanne with the pretty eyes and Nasturtiums. Less well known is the Canary cherry: just as easy a plant, but with a slightly different leaf shape and beautiful crested yellow flowers. Other annual climbing plants with flowers are the Sweet Pea (Lathyrus) and Bell Bindweed (Cobaea).