DIY:  All you ever wanted to know about growing clematis: how to choose the variety, plant, feed, water, support - everything!

How to Grow Clematis - Gardener's Supply

Beautiful combo on How to Grow Clematis and How to Support It - Companion plants, such as this pale-purple baptisia, keep the clematis' root-zone cool.

Wollerton old hall, Shropshire: South wall of the cottages with rosa 'caroline testout' and clematis 'viola'  www.clivenichols.com

With its rich purple blooms, Clematis 'Viola' is a favorite among many gardeners, especially in combination with repeat-flowering climbing Roses. Here this pretty Clematis partners magnificently with the pink Rose 'Mme Caroline Testout'.

This perennial clematis adds color and texture to vertical spaces and blooms in almost every color. http://www.bhg.com/gardening/trees-shrubs-vines/vines/best-perennial-vines/?socsrc=bhgpin060113clematis=6

The Best Perennial Vines for Your Garden

Few vines offer the versatility of climbing clematis. Choose from varieties that bloom in spring (such as Clematis alpina) or fall (C. terniflora) -- or anytime in between. Clematis bloom in virtually every color species such as C.

Climbing Plants That Give Your Home A New Look

Climbing Plants That Give Your Home A New Look

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The Best Hydrangeas – A Multi-Part Series for homeowners… Part 6 –Climbing Hydrangeas (Hydrangea anomala petiolaris) and How to Grow Them

Climbing Hydrangea  Most hydrangeas are shrubs, but climbing hydrangea (Hydrangea petiolaris) is a large vine with clusters of fluffy flowers in summer. This variety establishes slowly, so be patient. It may take a few years, but once it's ready, the vine puts on a big show. It climbs to 50 feet. Zones 4-9

How to Care for and Choose Hydrangeas

Climbing Hydrangea - Most hydrangeas are shrubs, but climbing hydrangea (Hydrangea petiolaris) is a large vine with clusters of fluffy flowers in summer.

The Best Climbing Plants for Sun and Shade : Outdoors : Home & Garden Television

The standard clematis flower is a large blossom with six or seven petals, measuring 5 to 6 inches across. Colors range from white to wine red, lavender to deep purple.

Clematis  Few vines offer the versatility of climbing clematis. Choose from varieties that bloom in spring (such as Clematis alpina) or fall (C. terniflora) Clematis bloom in virtually every color, as well. And there are even evergreen varieties (such as C. armandii) for mild-winter climates.  Plant Name: Clematis selections  Size: Climbs from 4 to 25 feet, depending on type  Zones: 3-9, depending on type  Test Garden Tip: If you want to go native, select species such as C.

The Best Perennial Vines for Your Garden

Few vines offer the versatility of climbing clematis. Choose from varieties that bloom in spring (such as Clematis alpina) or fall (C. terniflora) -- or anytime in between. Clematis bloom in virtually every color species such as C.

Pretty purple roses

Climbing Rose Indigoletta - This violet, growing roses variety is long and rich flowering. Rosa 'Indigoletta' is an absolute must for a sunny or partially shaded spot in your garden.

Akebia  This vine takes the prize for best foliage -- each leaf is delicately divided into five blue-green leaflets, giving the plant a soft texture. It's earned one of its monikers, chocolate vine, because the purple or white flowers, which are usually hidden in the leaves, smell like chocolate.

The Best Perennial Vines for Your Garden

Akebia This vine takes the prize fior best foliage. Each leaf is divided into five blue-green leaflets, giving the plant a soft texture. AKA The Chocolate vine because the purple or white flowers smell like chocolate.

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