Climbing plants and flower pots are often used by gardeners to decorate houses and gardens. Although some people believe that climbing plants can damage walls, they undoubtedly turn your house from a dull home to a magic, eye-catching wonderland. The pictures in the list below demonstrate how breathtaking this effect can be if you give it some time and care.
Apegeo invites you to take a look at the most beautiful houses covered by plants we’ve found online. Read this list all the way to the end to get some inspiration for your own house and see a special bonus image.
1. Green House, Giessen, Germany
2. Luxury florist, London
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3. Patio, Cordoba
4. Vertical garden, Madrid
9. Rooftop garden in a megapolis, Chicago
10. Vertical garden, Kyoto
11. Another English house with wisteria
I think this picture says everything about how I feel about my home and my garden. We moved to the country because I wanted more space and a bigger garden (I’d filled our London garden to overflowing!). The house came with almost an acre – lots of mossy lawn, random shrubs and beds full of weeds. But, even then, there was something magical about it. I started from scratch – getting rid of everything except two old roses and this extraordinary Wisteria. It’s been hard work and I don’t know if it will ever be finished. But when I walk around at night and see the house lit up and sitting in the middle of the garden I’ve created – the box-edged beds and yew topiary; the tulips and Lily of the Valley – I feel enormously happy. And lucky! More luck: I’m off to the Chelsea Flower Show next week for a private tour of Savill’s show garden. Hooray! It’s been years since I’ve visited and I cannot wait! Have a look at my Stories for the best of my garden right now and look out for my Chelsea posts next week. @savills #MySavillsGarden #DavidHarberxSavills #ad
12. An entrance to a house in San Francisco
13. A doorway in Tuscany, Italy
14. The largest shrub
This is what happens when ivy isn’t being cut anymore. It took only one year for this ivy in Linz, Austria to cover the whole building. When it was decided to demolish the house, the ivy was taken down and the building started falling apart.
Would you like to live in one of the houses on this list? Do you have climbing plants in your garden? Share your pictures, impressions, and opinions in the comments.