July to October Texensis and Viticella

Clematis is the type of plant that thrives wherever they grow

Originating from Texas in United States and introduced to the UK as early 1868, C. Texensis cultivars are tolerant to the sun or part shade and require humus rich soils, with plenty of water especially in spring and early summer to avoid possible problems with mildew later. The clematis Viticella cultivars can also be grown in a wide range of positions in sun or part shade and have a long flowering season. Both the clematis Texensis and Clematis Viticella can be pruned to 12” (30cm) from ground level. Prune Group Three.

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macropetala flower
July to October Texensis
viticella flowers
July to October Viticella



Flowering for a long time, this type of clematis is a great addition to any garden.
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