If you're searching for climbers with blue flowers, here are some outstanding options !
Blossoming vines can be enticing. Here are some imperial looking Vines with Blue Flowers for your garden!
1. Bengal Clockvine
Botanical Name: Thunbergia grandiflora
It’s also known as Blue Trumpet Vine, Blue Sky Vine. The flowers are velvety cobalt blue flowers that look best on a gazebo or a pergola.
2. Morning Glory
Botanical Name: Ipomoea sp
Morning glory is one of the most popular garden plants for attracting birds, butterflies, and other pollinating insects.
3. Passionflower Vine
Botanical Name: Passiflora sp.
Passion flowers are native to South America. They grow magnificent blue blossoms that produce an intoxicating scent. Some varieties also bear delicious, sweet passion fruits.
4. Blue Butterfly Pea
Botanical Name: Clitoria ternatea
Native to Southeast Asia, the blue flower of the Blue Butterfly Pea (also known as the Blue Lotus) belongs to the leguminous plant family Fabaceae. It has a creamy white-colored centre. Butterfly pea flower is a common ingredient in many herbal teas.
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5. Garlic Creeper
Botanical Name: Mansoa alliacea
Garlic plants stand out with their purple-blue flowers that really look spectacular when they're in bloom. They need lots of bright light or good bloom.
Botanical Name: Plumbago auriculata
Plumbago is a tough, hardy herbaceous plant which can grow into a climber. It blooms into cluster of tubular, blue flowers.
7. Queen's Wreath
Botanical Name: Petrea volubilis
As its name suggests, the plant looks quite 'queeny' when it blooms with large numbers of purple-blue flowers (also known as bluebells). It requires lots of sunshine to grow well.
8. Skyblue Clustervine
Botanical Name: Jacquemontia pentanthos
If you want deep green leaves, choose this one. It grows up to 30 feet high, so you may need to trim it periodically to keep its growth under control.
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