Information on Clematis & Different Varieties

established pink clematis

Clematis is a genus of flowering vines that come in many different varieties. Here are some common types of Clematis:

– Large-flowered clematis: These clematis have large, showy flowers that can be up to 10 inches in diameter. They come in many different colors, including white, pink, red, purple, and blue.

– Small-flowered clematis: These clematis have smaller flowers than the large-flowered varieties, but they are still very showy. They come in a wide range of colors, and many have attractive seedheads that add interest to the garden in the fall.

– Evergreen clematis: Unlike most clematis, which are deciduous, evergreen clematis retain their leaves year-round. They typically have smaller, less showy flowers than other types of clematis, but their attractive foliage makes up for it.

Large flowering clematis

– Late-flowering cCematis: These clematis bloom later in the season than the early-flowering varieties, typically in July or August. They are often more heat-tolerant than other types of clematis and can be a good choice for hot climates.

– Double-flowered Clematis: These clematis have double or semi-double flowers, which give them a fuller, more lush appearance than other varieties.

– Clematis montana: This species of clematis is known for its rapid growth and profusion of small, fragrant flowers in the spring. It can be a good choice for covering a wall or fence.

– Clematis armandii: This evergreen clematis has fragrant white flowers that bloom in the spring. It can be a good choice for a sunny wall or fence in a sheltered location.

There are many more types of Clematis available, and each has its own unique characteristics. When choosing a clematis, consider the size and color of the flowers, the growth habit of the plant, and the location where you will be planting it.