The most common garden plants are not suitable for all climates. They require certain conditions to thrive.

Some of these conditions include soil type, light intensity, water supply and drainage system. However, there are other factors which can affect your gardening experience such as pests or diseases. Soil types differ from one region to another due to different soils and rock types found in each area. Also, the climate varies from place to place. The environment in which you live determines how well your plant will do.

In general, clematis varieties grow best when grown under low light conditions with adequate moisture and drainage. These plants need high humidity levels too so make sure they have good ventilation systems in their containers.

If you don’t provide them with proper lighting and watering then it may cause problems for your plants. You must ensure that your plants get enough sunlight during the day and at night. Make sure you keep the temperature around 60 degrees Fahrenheit (16 Celsius) throughout the year.

If you want to grow clematis in your garden, here are some tips:

Choose a sunny location where you can enjoy full sun all day long. Keep in mind that clematis prefer partial shade and will not survive if left out in direct sunlight all day long.

Don’t be afraid to deadhead flowers on your plants. Deadheading is simply the removal of old, spent blooms.

This practice helps keep your plants looking tidy and also encourages re-bloom as well as a healthier, more vigorous plant.

As the name suggests, deadheading refers to removing dead or dying flowers from your plants. Deadheading not only makes your plants look cleaner and prettier but also encourages further blooming.

Deadheading is important especially for perennials such as clematis because if you leave dead flowers on your plants they will use up the plant’s energy which is better devoted to growing more stems and leaves.

Here are some tips:

Most important is to prune regularly throughout the year. Deadheading is important because it encourages re-blooming in the following spring.

You should keep your plants looking tidy by deadheading throughout the year.

Sources & references used in this article:

Selecting and Breeding Works of 4 New Clematis Cultivars by ZJSUN Guo-feng, L Ya-yi – Journal of Chinese Landscape …, 2001 –

illustrated encyclopedia of clematis by M Toomey, E Leeds – 2001 –

Growing Clematis by CJ Martin – 2008 –

Clematis variety ‘EVIpo004’ by RJ Evison, MN Olesen – US Patent App. 10/355,395, 2007 – Google Patents

CLEMATIS L. IN GREEN PLANTING OF KYIV by IB Kovalyshyn, AP Pinchuk, VM Maurer… – … Ukrainian Journal of …, 2013 –

Clematis variety ‘EVIpo013’ by R Evison, MN Olesen – US Patent App. 10/440,072, 2005 – Google Patents

Clematis plant named ‘Barbara Harrington’ by D Harrington – US Patent App. 10/388,904, 2005 – Google Patents

Clematis Plant Named’Evipo046′ by MN Olesen, R Evison – US Patent App. 13/986,923, 2014 – Google Patents



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