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Clematis

Uses

  • Climbs Trellis, Fences & Other Structures
  • Vertical Gardens
  • Features

  • Flowering Vine
  • Fragrant Blooms
  • Sunlight Exposure

  • Full Sun With Shade On Roots
  • 6+ Hours of Direct Sun
  • Zones

  • 3-9
  • What is my zone?
  • Clematis Care

    Clematis are flowering vines that typically are used to grow up trellises, fences, trees, & other structures.


    Group 1 Clematis
    Spring Blooming
    Blooms on Old Wood
    Prune in Summer After Flowering

    Group 2 Clematis
    Summer Blooming - Reblooming
    Blooms on New & Old Wood
    Prune in Late Fall or Winter

    Group 3 Clematis
    Fall Blooming
    Blooms on New Wood
    Prune in Winter or Early Spring


    When growing clematis, it is important to remember.

    First year they sleep.

    Second year they creep.

    Third year they leap!

    Clematis Information

    Clematis (pronounced KLEM-ə-tis) is a genus of 300 species in the buttercup family, Ranunculaceae. Most clematis are flowering vines, however there are newer varieties now available that are small flowering shrubs. The flowers can be white, purple, pink, lilac and blue. The plants bloom from spring all the way through fall. Some varieties have very fragrant blooms as well.

    Clematis are native to China, Japan, North America and Europe. Other common names include leather flower, old man's beard, virgin's bower, and traveller's joy.

    The Best Way To Use Clematis

    The plants can grow in any good soil and require moist well drained soil. Most clematis can handle full sun, but some do require a little bit of shade. This is one of the most popular plants in the world. The plants are winter hardy in growing zones 3 to 9.

    The climbing clematis varieties can grow to be over 15 feet tall, and will grow up walls, fences and other structures including trees and other plants. Some varieties can be trained to grow as a ground cover. And others clematis will grow as a small shrub. Gardeners can also grow these in garden planters. 

    • Very popular flowering vine

    • White, purple, pink, lilac & blue flowers

    • Can grow to be over 15 feet tall

    • Growing zones 3 to 9

    Landscaping Tip: Get the look of a lush, vertical garden without all of the maintenance and work! Climbing plants offer the chance to cover walls, fences, pergolas, arbors, railings, and trees with beautiful living color.

    Best Selling Clematis