Category Clematis

Tips On Clematis Vitalba (Old Man’s Beard)
Clematis

Tips On Clematis Vitalba (Old Man’s Beard)

Clematis vitalba KLEM-uh-tiss, vy-TAL-buh is a climbing vine from the family Ranunculaceae (buttercup), featuring branched and grooved stems, bright green leaves, and fragrant flowers with feathery and fluffy sepals underneath.The plant is a native species to a wide range of areas across Europe, from England to the Netherlands, North Africa, Spain, the Caucasus, and the Middle East.

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Learn Clematis Virginiana Care Tips

The Clematis Virginiana KLEM-uh-tiss, Vir-jin-ee-AN-uh is a woody vine from the Buttercup family Ranunculaceae along with:Winter Aconite (Eranthis)Marsh Marigold (Caltha Palustris)Persian Buttercup (Ranunculus asiaticus)It is native to North America, from southern Manitoba to Mexico.This plant is more commonly found in western and northern Illinois, in comparison to other parts of the United States.
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Clematis Montana: How To Grow and Care For Himalayan Clematis

Clematis Montana KLEM-uh-tiss, MON-tah-nuh is a flowering plant belonging to the Clematis genus and the family Ranunculaceae.Learn more about Clematis Vine CareMontana clematis is a late Spring bloomer producing masses of flowers.Clematis Montana is commonly called:Mountain clematisHimalayan clematisIt’s native to the mountainous regions of Asia, from Taiwan to Afghanistan.
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How To Care For Clematis Paniculata Plants

Clematis paniculata klem-AT-iss, pan-ick-yoo-LAH-tuh is commonly known as Sweet Autumn Clematis.It also has several different Latin names, such as:Clematis maximowiczianaClematis dioscoreifoliaClematis ternifloraThis perennial vining plant hails from Japan, and with its rapid growth and abundant, fragrant flowers, it is a popular addition to the summer garden around the world.
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Tips On Clematis Vitalba (Old Man’s Beard)

Clematis vitalba KLEM-uh-tiss, vy-TAL-buh is a climbing vine from the family Ranunculaceae (buttercup), featuring branched and grooved stems, bright green leaves, and fragrant flowers with feathery and fluffy sepals underneath.The plant is a native species to a wide range of areas across Europe, from England to the Netherlands, North Africa, Spain, the Caucasus, and the Middle East.
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