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Types of Clematis

Alpine ​Clematis​
Alpine ​Clematis​

Alpine clematis is one of the earliest clematises to bloom, in early May.

Anemone ​Clematis​
Anemone ​Clematis​

Sweetly scented, Clematis montana var. rubens 'Pink Perfection' is a very large deciduous climber with charming, single pink flowers, 2 in. across (5 cm), from late spring to early summer. The blossoms are so profuse that they generally cover the large bronze-green leaves.

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Asian ​Virginsbower​
Asian ​Virginsbower​

Clematis florida Thunb. Show All Show Tabs ... – Asian virginsbower Subordinate Taxa. This plant has no children Legal Status. Wetland Status ...

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Chaparral ​Clematis​
Chaparral ​Clematis​

About Chaparral Clematis (Clematis lasiantha) Chaparral Clematis is a creamy-white flowering vine, belonging to the Ranunculaceae family, of the large Clematis genus. It is found on the Pacific coast of North America, from the San Francisco Bay Area southwards into Baja California.

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Clematis ​'Jackmanii'​
Clematis ​'Jackmanii'​

Clematis is a genus of over 250 species, most of which are woody to semi-woody deciduous vines climbing by twining leaf stalks or in some cases trailing over support, but in a few cases grow as freestanding or sprawling herbaceous perennials and small deciduous or evergreen shrubs.

Clematis ​Armandii​
Clematis ​Armandii​

Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about Clematis Species, Armand's Clematis, Evergreen Clematis (Clematis armandii) ... Armand's Clematis, ...

Clematis ​Brachiata​
Clematis ​Brachiata​

Clematis biloba Steud.. Clematis brachiata Ker Gawl.. Clematis comosa DC.. Clematis kerrii Steud.. Clematis massoniana DC.. Clematis orientalis bolusiana Kuntze. Clematis orientalis brachiata (Thunb.)

Clematis ​Chrysocoma​
Clematis ​Chrysocoma​

Clematis chrysocoma, the gold wool clematis, is a flowering vine of the genus Clematis.It has showy flowers like many members of that genus, but it also has a yellow down covering its young branches, leaves, and flower stalks. It is endemic to southern China (W Guizhou, W Sichuan, Yunnan).. Clematis armandii bears clusters of long-stalked 2-inch pinkish white flowers twice each year.

Clematis ​Flammula​
Clematis ​Flammula​

Clematis flammula is a large, vigorous deciduous climber with glossy deep green leaves. Masses of small, fragrant star-shaped white flowers appear in late-summer and autumn, followed by fluffy seed heads.

Clematis ​Hirsutissima​
Clematis ​Hirsutissima​

Clematis hirsutissima aka Hairy Clematis. Grows in Sun to Part Sun. Flower Color is and blooms in . Hardiness zone 3a, 3b, 4a, 4b, 5a, 5b, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b.

Clematis ​Lanuginosa​
Clematis ​Lanuginosa​

Clematis lanuginosa is a flowering vine of the genus Clematis. Like many members of that genus, its hybrids are prized by gardeners for their showy flowers.

Clematis ​Marmoraria​
Clematis ​Marmoraria​

It looks like it's a good year for Clematis marmoraria this year . Some genera of NZ plants have erratic flowering years and Clematis is one . Copious flowers one year and sometimes none the next year .

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Clematis ​Microphylla​
Clematis ​Microphylla​

Clematis microphylla (Small-leaved Clematis) is one of 8 Clematis species native to Australia.It occurs in all states and the ACT, but not in the Northern Territory.. It is a common, quick-growing, small-leaved climbing species which prefers full sun and good drainage.

Clematis ​Morefieldii​
Clematis ​Morefieldii​

Clematis morefieldii Kral: Clematis morefieldii is a rare species of flowering plant in the buttercup family known by the common names Morefield's leather flower and ...

Clematis ​Napaulensis​
Clematis ​Napaulensis​

Find help & information on Clematis napaulensis Nepal clematis from the RHS

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Clematis ​Occidentalis​
Clematis ​Occidentalis​

Purple clematis (Clematis occidentalis (Hornem.)DC. var. occidentalis) By Mark Jaunzems. This plants scientific genus name, Clematis, comes from the ancient Greek word for a vine with “long, lithe branches” and the species name, occidentalis, refers to “western”.

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Clematis ​Orientalis​
Clematis ​Orientalis​

Clematis orientalis is a deciduous vine or scrambling shrub of the Clematis species, that originates from Asia and Central Europe. Brought to United States as an ornamental plant but escaped cultivation leading to its classification as a noxious weed in some states.

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Clematis ​Pauciflora​
Clematis ​Pauciflora​

Clematis pauciflora is a species of clematis known by the common name ropevine.This flowering plant is native to the high desert and chaparral slopes of southern California and Baja California.

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Clematis Recta​
Clematis Recta​

Clematis recta, the erect clematis or ground virginsbower, is a species of Clematis unusual in that it is a free-standing shrub rather than a climbing plant.Growing usually on the margins of woodland areas, it is native to Eastern, Southern and Central Europe.. External links. Plants for a Future database

Clematis ​Smilacifolia​
Clematis ​Smilacifolia​

Tropical Clematis (Clematis smilacifolia) This Tropical Clematis has an unusually sweet fragrance and the added benefit of being a fall bloomer. Clusters of dark curled purple sepals cradle the upright pure white petals.

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Clematis ​Socialis​
Clematis ​Socialis​

Clematis socialis is a rare species of flowering plant in the buttercup family known by the common name Alabama leather flower.It is native to Alabama and Georgia, where it is known from only five populations.

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Clematis ​Virginiana​
Clematis ​Virginiana​

Clematis virginiana (also known as devil's darning needles, devil's hair, love vine, traveller's joy, virgin's bower, Virginia virgin's bower, wild hops, and ...

Clematis ​Viticella​
Clematis ​Viticella​

After years of fascination with large-flowered Clematis, recently the small-flowered varieties from the Viticella Group , originating from native to Southern Europe Clematis viticella (Italian Clematis), have finally come up in the world.

Early Large-​Flowered Clematis​
Early Large-​Flowered Clematis​

Incredibly glamorous, Clematis 'Diamantina' is a deciduous climber which produces a profusion of stunning purple-blue, double flowers, 6 in. across (15 cm), adorned with rosy-pink highlights.

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Late Large-​Flowered Group​
Late Large-​Flowered Group​

Their flowers are impressively large, 5-8 in. across (13-20 cm). Star-shaped, they may be single, semi-double or double and are available in a wide range of colors.

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Old Man's ​Beard​
Old Man's ​Beard​

Native clematis usually has 3 leaflets per stem, smooth stems, and is evergreen. Are there any similar species? Native Clematis species, C. paniculata is a hardy climber with large white flowers, C. marata scrambles through shrubs with small yellow flowers, C. foetida has strong lemon-scented flowers.

Old-man's ​Beard​
Old-man's ​Beard​

Also called traveler's joy, this import from Europe and south western Asia is an aggressively spreading woody vine, found along streams, fencelines, forest edges and hillsides. Old man's beard vines can grow up to 100 feet long and can completely blanket trees and other plants. Creamy white flowers ...

Scarlet ​Leather Flower​
Scarlet ​Leather Flower​

Scarlet leather-flower or scarlet clematis is an herbaceous to slightly woody vine, climbing no more than 9 ft. Bell-shaped flowers, blooming only on new growth, are held in axillary clusters of one to seven.

Solitary ​Virgin's-Bower​
Solitary ​Virgin's-Bower​

Virgin's bower or sweet autumn clematis, Clematis terniflora, is a Japanese vine found scattered here and there in Arkansas along roadways or in gardens where it provides late season color. Our wild equivalent, Clematis virginiana -- also called virgin's bower -- is similar but with serrate, deciduous leaves, smaller flowers and a distinctively different seed head.

source: uaex.edu
Sweet Autumn ​Clematis​
Sweet Autumn ​Clematis​

Sweet autumn clematis (Clematis paniculata, Clematis terniflora) is one of the late-blooming clematis vines that features not only flowers different from most clematis, but also an unusually heady scent. Small, pure white flowers emerge in August and September and by fall, become a silvery mass of fluffy seed heads.

source: hgtv.com

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