I love lush, abundant gardens, but in small spaces they can be difficult to achieve, due to narrow borders that don’t allow for multiple layers of trees and shrubs. The answer when you can’t go out is to go up, using one climbing plant to support another; the classic example of this is the pairing of a rose and a clematis. I usually allow a newly planted climbing rose two full growing seasons to become established and gain some height before adding a clematis, although it is possi…
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