Clematis plants are among the most popular and attractive flowering vines grown in the home landscape. These plants include woody, deciduous vines as well as herbaceous and evergreen varieties.
They also vary greatly among species, with different flowering forms, colors, and blooming seasons, though most bloom sometime between early spring and fall. Growing clematis successfully depends on the type chosen; however, most plants share the same basic growing requirements. Keep reading to learn more about clematis care.
Zone:4-9 Bloom: Summer-Fall Light: Full Sun Water: Moist, Well Drained Habit: Vine, Climbing Attracts: Butterfly and Hummingbirds Cultivating Difficulty: Easy Growth Habit: Clumping Soil Type: Loam, Sand Climate: Cold, Humid Continental, Tropical Wet, Tropical Wet & Dry Sunlight: Partial Shade, Full Sun, Medium Sun Genus: Clematis Foliage: Deciduous Plant Habit: Climbing USDA Hardiness Zone (°F): 5 (-20 to -10 °F),4 (-30 to -20 °F) Life Cycle: Perennial Watering: Light Season of Interest: Spring, Summer