Clematis Evison®

Clematis has been one of the most popular garden plants for hundreds of years. Even the ancient Greeks and Romans were great fans. Given the Clematis’s popularity ever since ancient times, many cross-variations have become available. There are all sorts of varieties, colours and sizes. There are even evergreen varieties.

When does the Clematis flower?
Flowering periods for different Clematis vary a great deal. The Evergreen Armandii and Avalanche start flowering in April. The Alpina and the Montana are next and usually start flowering in April/May. The large-flowering species flower after the small-flowering varieties. Some species within this group produce their blooms in early summer; others in the late summer. By growing a nice mix of various types of Clematis in your garden you can enjoy their beautiful flowers from early spring until late summer!

What is the best location for Clematis?
Climbing plants naturally grow from shade towards the sun. They start low as young plants and climb their way upwards. Most climbers thus do very well in both semi-shade as well as in full sun. This makes a climbing plant suitable for most locations in your garden, which is very useful! Take care not to have the base (bottom) of creepers exposed to full sunlight all day. Most plants will thrive better with more sun. This also applies to the Clematis.
  • Winter hardiness:

  • Soil type:
    Humus rich

  • Moisture levels:

  • Location:
    Sun/semi-shade. More sun will help Clematis to produce more flowers. However protect the base of he plant from all day sun exposure.

  • Height:
    Up to three (large flowering varieties) or six (small flowering varieties) metres.

  • Evergreen or deciduous:
    Most are deciduous, except for evergreen Armandi and Avalanche.

  • Pruning:
    Pending flowering period. To keep Clematis fresh and full, good pruning is important.

  • Fertilizing:
    Apply humus/organic fertilizer in the spring

  • Flower:
    Prolific blooms. Colour and size depends on variety. Some large flowering varieties have flowers of up to 15 cm in size!

  • Flowering period:
    Depends on variety; spring or summer

  • Trivia:
    In its natural setting, Clematis also commonly grows as a creeping groundcover, so if you want something different you can also use your Clematis as groundcover plant. This provides a beautiful sight when it is flowering!

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