Is it possible to grow climbing plants in pots permanently , by just keeping potting them on into bigger containers ?
Yes, like any pot grown subject (bonsai, for example), but attention to the watering and feeding details are of paramount importance. Climbers like a cool root run, so siting and position have to be right.
Have you a particular plant in mind Valerie?
Honeysuckles don't always do well in containers as they can't get enough moisture intake, so they'd need a really big container, and careful positioning and care, as HC says, to get them looking right.
You also need to consider the logistics of taking the plant out of it's container and putting it into another one, while it's entwined on its wires or trellis or whatever it's growing up.
That could be quite complex and require the muscles of two, or even three strong people.
Thanks for all your good advice. After reading through them i decided its not a good idea and i hadn't even thought about the logistic side of things ( thanks Dovefromabove!) .
I only have a terraced garden and will carry on enjoying the pot plants i already have .
thanks , Valerie .
Why not think about growing annual climbers - Morning Glory, http://www.vanmeuwen.com/flowers/flower-plants/climbing-plants/morning-glory/76460VM?source=google-prodex&gclid=CMqb0LCeyM8CFUS3GwoduOMN7w
Black-eyed Susan https://www.bakker.com/en-gb/p/black-eyed-susan-mix-M40384?ProgramUUID=bIUKZWjNSgMAAAFUckcG9ptP&gclid=CMPkv9GeyM8CFUEaGwodq_ED7Q
Spanish Flag plant https://www.sarahraven.com/flowers/seeds/annuals/ipomoea_lobata_mina_lobata.htm
are just a few that I start off as seeds on the kitchen windowsill and by the summer they're flowering their socks off
There's loads more
Grow one type one year and next year you can start again and grow another type
okay i will think about doing that and have a look at the plants .
thank you Dovefromabove .