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Clematis and baptisia

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.

Clematis 'President' planted this year and possibly too early.  Time will tell.  Obtained from Van Zyverden.  Update:  Has grown 4 inches in spite of the cold weather we are having here.  Doesn't seem to be bothered at all by the intense cold to hot switches.  clb

clematis "the president". Clematis is one of my favourite plants - especially the vivid purple varieties. I love the tendrils. And they love growing in my Illinois garden!

Tips on growing clematis and the stages it goes through from winter to summer.


Tips on growing clematis and the stages it goes through from winter to summer. Looks great for hard winter climates

garPlants that grow well in the shade   Everlasting Revolution. Imported from China and Japan, the Hydrangea macrophylla

4 Plants That Grow Well In The Shade False Solomon’s Seal. The Waterfall Serbian Bellflower Snow Angel Coral Bells Everlasting Revolution

I planted two different clematis together last year, hoping that they look as beautiful as this when they flower !

Two Gorgeous Clematis.plant right next to each other to twine together up the vine pole or lattice. The pink one is already growing in my back yard :)

Astilbe the right plant for my shady space in our backyard!

Growing Astilbe - False Spirea - How to Grow and Care for Astilbe

Front yard/house Astilbe in a border makes a fabulous show & grows equally well in full sun/partial shade.LOVE this bright pink!

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Las mejores flores para perfumar tu jardín


Blue and purple border Great color! Thinking of doing this in our flower beds this year! I love purple and blue!

Amethyst Falls Wisteria Wisteria frutescens ‘Amethyst Falls’ Strong grower, but not invasive like its Asian cousins. This variety is less vigorous and easier to manage, refraining from choking out trees over time, as some Wisteria do. It flowers sooner, blooming its first season with fragrant, vividly blue flowers in the spring and repeat all summer. Deer, and drought tolerance. Disease-resistant foliage.

Wisteria sinensis 'Prolific' Chinese wisteria 'Prolific' Pendant clusters of fragrant, pea-like, bluish-lilac flowers in May and June