5. Morning Glory
Morning Glory is another flower that is very common to grow on a trellis. They flow so beautifully over anything they are growing on.
So if you’d like a splash of color growing on your trellis, then this could potentially be a great choice for you.
6. Golden Hops
Golden Hops look just like they sound. They are robust golden leaves that grow beautifully all over a trellis.
Naturally, their golden appearance adds a whimsical feeling. You’d have to imagine it would feel like you have your own personal ‘Yellow Brick Road’ right in your backyard.
7. Climbing Hydrangea
Hydrangeas are gorgeous flowers. We actually used them in our wedding a decade ago. (Yikes! I’m feeling a little old with that statement.)
However, as pretty as they are, they have a tendency to bloom and then die off quickly. So you don’t get a lot of beauty for longer periods of time like you could with other flower choices. Just keep that in mind.
Honeysuckle is something I want to grow on a trellis because it holds a lot of childhood memories for me. I grew up in a really small town that literally felt like Mayberry.
And one of our greatest treasures every summer was all of the neighborhood kids got together and entertained ourselves outside all day. Honeysuckle was always a great treat to suck on as we played in the heat.