Climbers can be divided into three basic groups: dingers, twiners, and scrambling plants.
dingers dingers, such as ivy, attach themselves with aerial roots or sucker puds and require no support. Twiners Twiners, such as clematis, for example, will twist their long, flexible sterns around a support. Scrambling plants These climb by using hooked thorns along their stems—rambling roses /all info this category.
Although most climbers prefer a wall in full sun, a few do well in shadier areas, including the golden hope.