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Taylors Clematis: viticella Viticella

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FAQs

clematis for a bare hedge

This question was asked by
- john

I have a shared hedge at the bottom of my garden. One side (my side)has died, the other side is fine.My side side was destroyed by cover from a tree and shrub-now removed. I would like some clematis plants to scramble over the dead hedge and so cover it. The hedge is 5 foot high and 60' wide. do you think that this is a good idea?

Hi John yes I would go for a mix of 3 species 'Montana' and 'viticella' types mainly (and maybe the odd 'alpina' type) this will give a great coverage for the whole of the 60 feet and will also give you flowers for a long time thru the year, they are available in lots of different colours, so a good choice for you.
I have included the 3 main links for them below, however each species has lots of varieties within it for you to browse (choose which ever you like the look of, as long as they are 1 of the 3 named species you will be fine.
as all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.
Hope this helps


Clematis - Montana

Clematis - Viticella

Clematis - Alpina


Chris and Suzy

Trellis

This question was asked by
- Richard

I have five trellis panels in a row, 6x6 each. I grow sweet peas up them but am thinking of having clematis as a longer lasting feature in addition. So I picture clematis growing up each post and along the top of the trellis thus framing the sweet peas. And of course providing flowers for as long as possible. What would you recommend please? Im down in Somerset with clay soil. The trellis is west facing but gets some shade from trees

Hi Richard I would recommend our viticella types for this job, as they will do the height and are very good climbers, they are also very tough so will stand up to the heavy soil better than most others. They are all 2 years old and ready to plant now, lots of colours for you to choose from too please find a link to them below, hope this helps


Clematis - Viticella


Chris and Suzy

Trellis

This question was asked by
- Richard

I have five trellis panels in a row, 6x6 each. I grow sweet peas up them but am thinking of having clematis as a longer lasting feature in addition. So I picture clematis growing up each post and along the top of the trellis thus framing the sweet peas. And of course providing flowers for as long as possible. What would you recommend please? Im down in Somerset with clay soil. The trellis is west facing but gets some shade from trees

Hi Richard I would recommend giving our viticella types a go as these will be the best for the job.
As all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season. I've included the link to 4 pages of them below
Hope this helps


Clematis - Viticella


Chris and Suzy

Clematis Winter Beauty

This question was asked by
- Irene

Can you suggest a clematis to grow through Winter Beauty to give some colour in the summer. Winter Beauty is planted on an east facing wall with morning sun in summer until about midday.

Hi Irene I would probably go for any of our viticella types they are available in lots of different colours and flower all thru the summer (see link below)
As all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.
Hope this helps


Clematis - Viticella


Chris and Suzy

clematis for a bare hedge

This question was asked by
- john

I have a shared hedge at the bottom of my garden. One side (my side)has died, the other side is fine.My side side was destroyed by cover from a tree and shrub-now removed. I would like some clematis plants to scramble over the dead hedge and so cover it. The hedge is 5 foot high and 60' wide. do you think that this is a good idea?

Hi John yes I would go for a mix of 3 species 'Montana' and 'viticella' types mainly (and maybe the odd 'alpina' type) this will give a great coverage for the whole of the 60 feet and will also give you flowers for a long time thru the year, they are available in lots of different colours, so a good choice for you.
I have included the 3 main links for them below, however each species has lots of varieties within it for you to browse (choose which ever you like the look of, as long as they are 1 of the 3 named species you will be fine.
as all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.
Hope this helps


Clematis - Montana

Clematis - Viticella

Clematis - Alpina


Chris and Suzy

Trellis

This question was asked by
- Richard

I have five trellis panels in a row, 6x6 each. I grow sweet peas up them but am thinking of having clematis as a longer lasting feature in addition. So I picture clematis growing up each post and along the top of the trellis thus framing the sweet peas. And of course providing flowers for as long as possible. What would you recommend please? Im down in Somerset with clay soil. The trellis is west facing but gets some shade from trees

Hi Richard I would recommend our viticella types for this job, as they will do the height and are very good climbers, they are also very tough so will stand up to the heavy soil better than most others. They are all 2 years old and ready to plant now, lots of colours for you to choose from too please find a link to them below, hope this helps


Clematis - Viticella


Chris and Suzy

Trellis

This question was asked by
- Richard

I have five trellis panels in a row, 6x6 each. I grow sweet peas up them but am thinking of having clematis as a longer lasting feature in addition. So I picture clematis growing up each post and along the top of the trellis thus framing the sweet peas. And of course providing flowers for as long as possible. What would you recommend please? Im down in Somerset with clay soil. The trellis is west facing but gets some shade from trees

Hi Richard I would recommend giving our viticella types a go as these will be the best for the job.
As all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season. I've included the link to 4 pages of them below
Hope this helps


Clematis - Viticella


Chris and Suzy

Clematis Winter Beauty

This question was asked by
- Irene

Can you suggest a clematis to grow through Winter Beauty to give some colour in the summer. Winter Beauty is planted on an east facing wall with morning sun in summer until about midday.

Hi Irene I would probably go for any of our viticella types they are available in lots of different colours and flower all thru the summer (see link below)
As all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.
Hope this helps


Clematis - Viticella


Chris and Suzy

clematis for a bare hedge

This question was asked by
- john

I have a shared hedge at the bottom of my garden. One side (my side)has died, the other side is fine.My side side was destroyed by cover from a tree and shrub-now removed. I would like some clematis plants to scramble over the dead hedge and so cover it. The hedge is 5 foot high and 60' wide. do you think that this is a good idea?

Hi John yes I would go for a mix of 3 species 'Montana' and 'viticella' types mainly (and maybe the odd 'alpina' type) this will give a great coverage for the whole of the 60 feet and will also give you flowers for a long time thru the year, they are available in lots of different colours, so a good choice for you.
I have included the 3 main links for them below, however each species has lots of varieties within it for you to browse (choose which ever you like the look of, as long as they are 1 of the 3 named species you will be fine.
as all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.
Hope this helps


Clematis - Montana

Clematis - Viticella

Clematis - Alpina


Chris and Suzy

Trellis

This question was asked by
- Richard

I have five trellis panels in a row, 6x6 each. I grow sweet peas up them but am thinking of having clematis as a longer lasting feature in addition. So I picture clematis growing up each post and along the top of the trellis thus framing the sweet peas. And of course providing flowers for as long as possible. What would you recommend please? Im down in Somerset with clay soil. The trellis is west facing but gets some shade from trees

Hi Richard I would recommend our viticella types for this job, as they will do the height and are very good climbers, they are also very tough so will stand up to the heavy soil better than most others. They are all 2 years old and ready to plant now, lots of colours for you to choose from too please find a link to them below, hope this helps


Clematis - Viticella


Chris and Suzy

Trellis

This question was asked by
- Richard

I have five trellis panels in a row, 6x6 each. I grow sweet peas up them but am thinking of having clematis as a longer lasting feature in addition. So I picture clematis growing up each post and along the top of the trellis thus framing the sweet peas. And of course providing flowers for as long as possible. What would you recommend please? Im down in Somerset with clay soil. The trellis is west facing but gets some shade from trees

Hi Richard I would recommend giving our viticella types a go as these will be the best for the job.
As all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season. I've included the link to 4 pages of them below
Hope this helps


Clematis - Viticella


Chris and Suzy

Clematis Winter Beauty

This question was asked by
- Irene

Can you suggest a clematis to grow through Winter Beauty to give some colour in the summer. Winter Beauty is planted on an east facing wall with morning sun in summer until about midday.

Hi Irene I would probably go for any of our viticella types they are available in lots of different colours and flower all thru the summer (see link below)
As all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.
Hope this helps


Clematis - Viticella


Chris and Suzy

clematis for a bare hedge

This question was asked by
- john

I have a shared hedge at the bottom of my garden. One side (my side)has died, the other side is fine.My side side was destroyed by cover from a tree and shrub-now removed. I would like some clematis plants to scramble over the dead hedge and so cover it. The hedge is 5 foot high and 60' wide. do you think that this is a good idea?

Hi John yes I would go for a mix of 3 species 'Montana' and 'viticella' types mainly (and maybe the odd 'alpina' type) this will give a great coverage for the whole of the 60 feet and will also give you flowers for a long time thru the year, they are available in lots of different colours, so a good choice for you.
I have included the 3 main links for them below, however each species has lots of varieties within it for you to browse (choose which ever you like the look of, as long as they are 1 of the 3 named species you will be fine.
as all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.
Hope this helps


Clematis - Montana

Clematis - Viticella

Clematis - Alpina


Chris and Suzy

Trellis

This question was asked by
- Richard

I have five trellis panels in a row, 6x6 each. I grow sweet peas up them but am thinking of having clematis as a longer lasting feature in addition. So I picture clematis growing up each post and along the top of the trellis thus framing the sweet peas. And of course providing flowers for as long as possible. What would you recommend please? Im down in Somerset with clay soil. The trellis is west facing but gets some shade from trees

Hi Richard I would recommend our viticella types for this job, as they will do the height and are very good climbers, they are also very tough so will stand up to the heavy soil better than most others. They are all 2 years old and ready to plant now, lots of colours for you to choose from too please find a link to them below, hope this helps


Clematis - Viticella


Chris and Suzy

Trellis

This question was asked by
- Richard

I have five trellis panels in a row, 6x6 each. I grow sweet peas up them but am thinking of having clematis as a longer lasting feature in addition. So I picture clematis growing up each post and along the top of the trellis thus framing the sweet peas. And of course providing flowers for as long as possible. What would you recommend please? Im down in Somerset with clay soil. The trellis is west facing but gets some shade from trees

Hi Richard I would recommend giving our viticella types a go as these will be the best for the job.
As all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season. I've included the link to 4 pages of them below
Hope this helps


Clematis - Viticella


Chris and Suzy

Clematis Winter Beauty

This question was asked by
- Irene

Can you suggest a clematis to grow through Winter Beauty to give some colour in the summer. Winter Beauty is planted on an east facing wall with morning sun in summer until about midday.

Hi Irene I would probably go for any of our viticella types they are available in lots of different colours and flower all thru the summer (see link below)
As all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.
Hope this helps


Clematis - Viticella


Chris and Suzy


 
 
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