The Old Vicarage by Barnes Walker Landscape Architects, Manchester traditional-garden
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The Old Vicarage by Barnes Walker Landscape Architects, Manchester Traditional Garden, Manchester

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Leonie wrote:
Which plant is this? - Which plant is this? I love it!
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Hi Leonie, thank you, we love it too! This picture has been clicked on many, many times. There are in fact two climbers on the wall. Left and right of the gate is climbing Hydrangea, Hydrangea petiolaris and the plant with red tinged leaves is Parthenocissus.

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Thanks! I meant the one on the right. Also thanks for the warning ;)
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