Best climbing plants for shade: 10 |

Most of us have boundary walls, fences, or garden buildings such as sheds or studios that are in shade for part of the day, and in some cases all day long, especially if your garden faces north or east. Even if you have a south-facing space there will still be areas of the garden thrown into shade at certain times caused by buildings or trees as the sun moves around.

If you have previously given up on these areas because of planting fails or you assume it’s not worth trying in the first place as nothing will grow, turn a negative into a positive by introducing shade-loving climbers to shady spots to add vertical interest. The good news is there are many climbing plants that can tolerate shade and some that actually prefer it. 

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