Clematis 101 Easy Care Guide | Clematis is one of the most-loved garden vines yet it's not always easy to know when to prune your vines or leave them alone. This will help you determine which type of clematis vine you have and when it's best to trim it back, and when you should leave it alone.
Clematis 'Little Mermaid' Appealing pink blooms with sunny yellow centers. Each flower has a generous count of wide tepals for a full look. Wonderfully long bloom season. Clematis 'Little Mermaid' is a mid-sized vine to grow on a trellis, fence, or through a shrub.
Tips on growing clematis--did you know they can't climb wooden trellises? They don't twine; they wrap, so any support thicker than 1/2 inch won't work. Use twine or trellis netting to give the illusion of climbing on your wooden trellis.
Clematis Fragrant Oberon. Powerfully and sweetly perfumed evergreen clematis. This compact climber is perfect for growing in patio containers or tumbling over low walls. Although hardy to around -7ºC (20°F), this variety will appreciate a sheltered site with some winter protection. Height and spread: 1.5m (5’). Pruning Group: 1
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